Shelburne Falls, MA
11th ANNUAL ONE SWEET PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL
Piti's much loved sweet festival will return in spring of 2022 as a re-invented hybrid event in collaboration with Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association!
The theme in 2022 will be our region's local history. We will be creating a series of music videos and scenes with a troupe of children and adults from Franklin County. The content will include material from our acclaimed "Your Town" performances about Olde Coleraine, Charlemont, Hawley, Heath, Buckland, Shelburne, Greenfield and other regional locations.
We will also stream the new online version of "To Bee or Not to Bee" followed by live Q&A with the artists and beekeepers.
Buckland's own Janice Sorensen reacts to previous festivals and offers a preview of our 8th Annual Festival.
What People Say about Piti Youth Troupe Productions
"I saw 'Olde Coleraine' at Riverfest in Shelburne Falls, MA, and was so facinated, moved and impressed - the MUSIC was amazing and so sweet, with the children singing, and the subject matter was near and dear to my heart having grown up along-side a river . . . I actually cried - really enjoyed it!"- Shauna Lynn, Shelburne Falls
“We loved watching the show; our children loved being part of it.” – C.W., Shelburne Falls
"Our daughter used to be shy but being in Youth Troupe has helped bring her out of her shell. Now she's comfortable speaking in front of groups." - D.G., Shelburne Falls
"Piti Theatre and Carrie Ferguson's album is one of our favorite car-ride soundtracks! We love listening and singing along. It's so rare to find kid's music that grown ups can enjoy too, even after hearing it for the umpteenth time:) We love it!" – Elizabeth M., Shelburne Falls
Thank You 2020 Sponsors!
Artisan Beverage Cooperative
Better World Auto Club
Molly Cantor Pottery
Hampshire Colon Hydrotherapy
Avery's General Store
Giovanni's Red Rose Motel
Trolley Stop Antiques
Door & Raffle Prizes
RAFFLE GRAND PRIZE: 2 Boston Red Sox Tix
Goulds’ Sugar House
Mo's Fudge Factor: maple candy + raw honey
This program is supported in part by grants from the Buckland, Shelburne, and Heath Cultural Councils, local agencies which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. This program is also supported by the Mass Cultural Council's Festivals Program.