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LOWELL -- On a crisp fall night in September, 2005, Jerry Bisantz and Ann Garvin launched Image Theater Company with Mill City Minutes at Lowell High's McDonough Freshman Academy on John Street.   Read More >>
 
David Sullivan is an Image Theater Company success story. He stars as Manny, the bar owner, in Karla Sorenson's Tapped Out, having its world-premiere Nov. 6-14 at the Old Court in Lowell. Earlier this year, he played Amos in Greater Lowell Music Theatre's Chicago and was Nathan Detroit in the company's Guys and Dolls in 2013.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL -- They're seeing double at the Loading Dock Gallery at Western Avenue Studios with the new exhibition Dual Interpretations running Oct. 29-Nov. 30, with an opening reception on Saturday, Nov. 1, 5-7 p.m.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL -- Visual artist Jeanette O'Connor takes pleasure from treasures as mundane as a scrap of paper or can of gloppy tar, then turns them into works of art in mixed media collage and sculpture. Photographer Coleman Rogers feels a visceral connection to his medium and enjoys composing his artwork in the camera, then seeing the final image the moment he captures it.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL -- The Changeling Theatre Company, Lowell's newest theater group, presents Edward Albee's The Zoo Story at the Luna Theatre in Mill No. 5. Performances are Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 23-25, at 7:35 p.   Read More >>
 
BEVERLY -- Les Miserables stands out as one of a few musicals from the past 30 years that always draws crowds and evokes emotions. Beverly's North Shore Music Theatre brings down the curtain on its 2014 subscription season with an all-new production of the landmark musical, playing in an extended run Oct. 28-Nov. 16.   Read More >>
 
Finding fall color inspiration in New England is easy; just look outside your window and see the deeply saturated oranges, reds, golds and greens.   Read More >>
 
The most astonishing dance of an exhilarating evening in celebration of Khmer culture, presented Saturday by the Angkor Dance Troupe at the Merrimack Repertory Theatre came at the end: Peter Veth's brilliant "Invisible" is shattering: While a dance of death, it is a plea for life.   Read More >>
 
Years ago, playwright Stephen Belber wrote a little monologue for Uma Thurman. The actress never performed it, so he put it in a drawer. And, without realizing it at the time, he'd created Molly, the female character in his bittersweet drama Dusk Rings A Bell, which has its New England premiere at Merrimack Repertory Theatre Oct.   Read More >>
 
Ankle boots are the "in" shoe for fall. Flat, heeled, peep toe -- you name it. Your closet deserves at least one pair of ankle boots this season. They look great with every fall essential.   Read More >>
 
 

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