Jul
28
8:00 pm20:00

On Golden Pond

  • Elmwood Playhouse

Ethel and Norman Thayer have spent the past 48 summers on Golden Pond. This year, their adult daughter visits, along with the new man in her life and his 13-year-old son. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap, and the difficulties facing a couple in the twilight of their lives all combine in this touching American classic.

$24 Adults / $21 / Seniors & Students

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Jul
29
1:00 pm13:00

The ARC Cafe comes to Elmwood Playhouse

  • Elmwood Playhouse

This wonderful collaboration between Elmwood and a group of approximately 20 members of ARC of Rockland began last year with a one-night-only performance of show tunes learned over the course of several weeks. 

This year’s program is led once again by Lisa Spielman, music man Matt Russo, our voice of experience Nancy Logan and choreographer Kathy Gnazzo. A selection of show tunes and pop classics will be performed at the “ARC Café” on the Elmwood stage!

Tickets are $10 and are available at the Elmwood box office – reserve your seat now, you won’t want to miss the joy! Buy tickets

Jul
29
8:00 pm20:00

On Golden Pond

  • Elmwood Playhouse

Ethel and Norman Thayer have spent the past 48 summers on Golden Pond. This year, their adult daughter visits, along with the new man in her life and his 13-year-old son. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap, and the difficulties facing a couple in the twilight of their lives all combine in this touching American classic.

$24 Adults / $21 / Seniors & Students

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Jul
30
12:00 pm12:00

Artist Reception: Justin Smith

  • Union Arts Center

Justin Smith’s works are metaphysical exploration. Utilizing the full spectrum of the human condition his use of colors, figures, and shapes express feelings that are in a state of raw translation. Applied to the canvas with improvisational flair like the Abstract Expressionists, and be-bop jazz musicians the gestural renderings are then layered and edited. Hidden images are revealed and deeper meanings come bubbling to the surface.

Please join us for a free public reception with the artist in Gallery One!

Jul
30
2:00 pm14:00

On Golden Pond

  • Elmwood Playhouse

Ethel and Norman Thayer have spent the past 48 summers on Golden Pond. This year, their adult daughter visits, along with the new man in her life and his 13-year-old son. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap, and the difficulties facing a couple in the twilight of their lives all combine in this touching American classic.

$24 Adults / $21 / Seniors & Students

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Jul
30
7:00 pm19:00

The ARC Cafe comes to Elmwood Playhouse

  • Elmwood Playhouse

This wonderful collaboration between Elmwood and a group of approximately 20 members of ARC of Rockland began last year with a one-night-only performance of show tunes learned over the course of several weeks. 

This year’s program is led once again by Lisa Spielman, music man Matt Russo, our voice of experience Nancy Logan and choreographer Kathy Gnazzo. A selection of show tunes and pop classics will be performed at the “ARC Café” on the Elmwood stage!

Tickets are $10 and are available at the Elmwood box office – reserve your seat now, you won’t want to miss the joy!

Aug
3
7:30 pm19:30

JAZZ IN THE GARDEN at the Edward Hopper House

The 2017 Jazz in the Garden concert series lines up six consecutive concerts on Thursdays at 7:30 PM starting on July 6.

Your donation of $5 supports the preservation of the House & Garden. Please bring a lawn chair.  Refreshments are available for purchase prior to the concert & during the  intermission.  IF IT RAINS, MEET AT: Grace Church 130 First Ave, Nyack. If rain location is used, we’ll place a notice on Edward Hopper House & our website.

For more info: http://www.edwardhopperhouse.org/music-in-the-garden-jazz-series-2017.html

Aug
3
8:00 pm20:00

On Golden Pond

  • Elmwood Playhouse

Ethel and Norman Thayer have spent the past 48 summers on Golden Pond. This year, their adult daughter visits, along with the new man in her life and his 13-year-old son. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap, and the difficulties facing a couple in the twilight of their lives all combine in this touching American classic.

$24 Adults / $21 / Seniors & Students

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Aug
4
5:00 pm17:00

First Friday Nyack

Downtown Nyack hosts its monthly art festival with shops and businesses uniting with local artists for an evening of art openings, music, and poetry. This event, and every First Friday of every month, is presented by the Nyack Art Collective (NAC), a member owned and managed non-profit organization comprised of visual artists in the greater Nyack, NY area.

Aug
4
8:00 pm20:00

On Golden Pond

  • Elmwood Playhouse

Ethel and Norman Thayer have spent the past 48 summers on Golden Pond. This year, their adult daughter visits, along with the new man in her life and his 13-year-old son. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap, and the difficulties facing a couple in the twilight of their lives all combine in this touching American classic.

$24 Adults / $21 / Seniors & Students

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Aug
5
7:00 pm19:00

Volition Gallery Art Exhibit: Guilty Pleasures 120

  • Volition Gallery and Event Space at Bell-ans

Bell-ans Center of Creative Arts of Orangeburg, the creative and magical community that is currently enjoying a major renaissance invites YOU to participate in their 120th year celebration. GUILTY PLEASURES: 120, an exhibition curated by Lynn Stein in the beautiful V°LITION Gallery & Event Space will set the theme featuring artists from the lower Hudson Valley. 

There will be dancing to the musical guilty pleasures of our past, under a huge white tent, along with karaoke, dancing, food, & refreshments. 

Come celebrate the love at the remarkable Bell-ans. $15 per person in advance, $20 at the door. Buy tickets

Aug
5
8:00 pm20:00

On Golden Pond

  • Elmwood Playhouse

Ethel and Norman Thayer have spent the past 48 summers on Golden Pond. This year, their adult daughter visits, along with the new man in her life and his 13-year-old son. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap, and the difficulties facing a couple in the twilight of their lives all combine in this touching American classic.

$24 Adults / $21 / Seniors & Students

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Aug
10
7:30 pm19:30

JAZZ IN THE GARDEN at the Edward Hopper House

The 2017 Jazz in the Garden concert series lines up six consecutive concerts on Thursdays at 7:30 PM starting on July 6.

Your donation of $5 supports the preservation of the House & Garden. Please bring a lawn chair.  Refreshments are available for purchase prior to the concert & during the  intermission.  IF IT RAINS, MEET AT: Grace Church 130 First Ave, Nyack. If rain location is used, we’ll place a notice on Edward Hopper House & our website.

 JULY 6 - Dick Voigt and the Big Apple Jazz Band

 JULY 13 - Gary Keller Quintet

 JULY 20 - Cameron Brown OC/DC, Drums George Schuller, Soprano Sax Jane Ira Bloom, Trumpet Dave Balou

 JULY 27 - Mike Holober Quintet

 AUGUST 3 - Shirley Crabbe Group

 AUGUST 10 - John Malino

 

For more info: http://www.edwardhopperhouse.org/music-in-the-garden-jazz-series-2017.html

Aug
11
2:00 pm14:00

Penguin Rep Theatre presents Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

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Aug
11
8:00 pm20:00

Sangha Tierra in Concert

  • Union Arts Center

SanghaTierra mixes World & Latin music influences to create an uplifting and contagious spirit! Sangha in Sanskrit means a community that is spiritually connected and Tierra in Spanish means Earth. To create a world community that is spiritually connected through music, SanghaTierra plays a fusion of world genres to express a positive message of love and unity in several languages, including English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

Doors open at 7:30 with wine and beer available. Get ready to dance and celebrate!

$20 advance / $25 at the door

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Aug
11
8:00 pm20:00

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

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Aug
12
4:00 pm16:00

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Two performances, 4pm-6:30pm and 8pm-10:30pm.

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

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Aug
13
12:00 pm12:00

Artist Reception: Rene Fressola

  • Union Arts Center

This exhibition is a retrospective of Rene Fressola, a painter who is predominantly self-taught. Self-expression has been modeled through his influences of Hans Hoffman, Willem DeKooning, Arshile Gorky and Frank Lobdell.  Fressola has in turn honed his own style through continued experimentation & the building of layers of marks upon the surfaces of his pieces.  He says “I don’t ever truly feel the pieces are ever complete, I always know I can go back & add more!”

The public is most welcome to this free reception with the artist.  Learn more about the exhibition here.

Aug
13
2:00 pm14:00

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

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Aug
17
7:00 pm19:00

Sam Johnson Creekside

  • Frank Wells Gallery, Garner Arts Center

Join us for a night of live music in our Creekside Sculpture Trail. Sam Johnson returns to this serene spot for a night of creekside guitar. Pack a picnic dinner and a blanket/chair and take a Thursday evening unwind! (please note, due to Historical limitations the Frank Welles spaces is only accessible by stairs)

Sam Johnson

Aug
17
7:30 pm19:30

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

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Aug
18
8:00 pm20:00

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

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Aug
18
8:00 pm20:00

Terranean Tinge: Jazz with Matt Garrison and Friends

  • Union Arts Center

The Terranean Tinge makes their first Rockland County appearance at Union Arts Center! Created by saxophonist Matt Garrison in October 2016 as a one off engagement at Rosemary and Vine restaurant in Rye, NY, Terranean Tinge quickly turned into an ongoing favorite in Westchester. Garrison quickly began composing new music to fit the style of the club, using different defining characteristics of Turkish, Lebanese, and American jazz music.  The musicians chosen all have different cultural and musical backgrounds and contribute their personal flavors to each new and original piece.  The music contains many different “grooves” but all songs stress singable melodies.  Beer and wine available (21+) beginning at 7:30pm.

Featuring

Matt Garrison – saxophone

Noah MacNeil – piano

Trifon Dimitrov – acoustic bass

Joe Abba – drums

BUY TICKETS HERE  All seats are general admission. Advance sales until 2pm the day of the performance / tickets at the door are first-come, first-served. $25 at the door.

Free parking is available at Depot Square, one block from the Center.  Union Arts is not wheelchair accessible.

Aug
19
Aug 22

Richard Tuschman: Hopper Meditations - Opening Weekend

  • The Edward Hopper House

open to the public August 18 – October 29, 2017
Members' Opening & Preview: Thursday, August 17, 6:30-8:30 PM

Richard Tuschman (b. 1956) will exhibit work from his series of lush and cinematic photographs entitled Hopper Meditations, inspired by the paintings of Edward Hopper.  To create these works, Tuschman builds dollhouse-sized dioramas, which he then photographs and digitally incorporates life-sized models – including himself – to create realistic scenes reminiscent of Hopper’s imagery.  

Aug
19
4:00 pm16:00

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

Show times: 4:30pm & 8pm

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Aug
20
2:00 pm14:00

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

Buy tickets

Aug
24
7:30 pm19:30

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

Buy tickets

Aug
25
8:00 pm20:00

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

Buy tickets

Aug
26
4:00 pm16:00

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

Show times: 4:00pm & 8pm

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Aug
27
2:00 pm14:00

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

Buy tickets

Aug
31
7:30 pm19:30

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

Buy tickets

Sep
1
5:00 pm17:00

First Friday Nyack

Downtown Nyack hosts its monthly art festival with shops and businesses uniting with local artists for an evening of art openings, music, and poetry. This event, and every First Friday of every month, is presented by the Nyack Art Collective (NAC), a member owned and managed non-profit organization comprised of visual artists in the greater Nyack, NY area.

Sep
1
8:00 pm20:00

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

Buy tickets

Sep
2
4:00 pm16:00

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Two performances, 4pm-6:30pm and 8pm-10:30pm.

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

Buy tickets

Sep
3
2:00 pm14:00

Syncopation

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

This romantic comedy by the author of "The Man Who Was Peter Pan," which was the basis for the film and Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," is set in New York in 1911, when the Lower East Side teemed with poverty and possibility. An unlikely couple -- a 38-year-old Jewish butcher and a young Italian garment worker -- take dance lessons in a sixth-floor walkup and dream of a better life.

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Sep
6
7:30 pm19:30

Man in Red Bandana

  • Lafayette Theater

World Premiere. Doors at 6:45pm.

This film traces the story of Welles Remy Crowther, an extraordinary 9/11 hero and Rockland-county native. Welles was a 24-year old civilian who gave his life saving others in the South Tower of the World Trade Center including carrying a woman down 17 flights on his shoulder. His bravery and heroism only became known 8 months later due to a simple, ordinary object...a red bandana. Through interviews, archive footage, recreations and animations, the film depicts Welles' story in a comprehensive, educational and engaging manner. The ending depicts the diverse ways that Welles is honored (locally and throughout the United States) leading to the revelation of a secret about Welles that can only be described as inspirational. 

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Sep
8
8:00 pm20:00

Gene Bertoncini and Melissa Stylianou in Concert

  • Union Arts Center

Native New Yorker, Gene Bertoncini, appears with vocalist Melissa Stylianou with music from American Song Book and some Brazilian repertoire. This duo makes beautiful music together, with sparkling rapport and originality.  Don't miss this intimate celebration of jazz!

Gene Bertoncini is one of the pre-eminent jazz guitarists active today. His fluid technique and lyricism have won him international praise and accolades as the “Segovia of jazz.” An eloquent and versatile improviser, Mr. Bertoncini has been heard with an extraordinary range of jazz greats, including performances and recordings with Benny Goodman, Buddy Rich, Wayne Shorter, Hubert Laws, Paul Desmond among others, as well as such distinguished singers as Tony Bennett, Lena Horne, Nancy Wilson, Vic Damone, and Eydie Gorme.  Jazz singer Melissa Stylianou has been turning heads and capturing hearts from her native Toronto to her adopted home of New York, from intimate club residencies to top festival stages. Across her five solo albums (including 2014’s No Regrets, which JazzTimes called “Smart. Seamless. Stunning.”), Melissa has maintained a focus on storytelling, whether through her original compositions and lyrics or finding a unique and personal way to present oft-sung standards. From top stages and clubs in New York City (Jazz Standard, Birdland, Dizzy’s at Jazz at Lincoln Center) to jazz festivals all over Canada and the U.S., to her recent appearances at The Monterey and Jerusalem Jazz Festivals, Melissa continues to endear herself to audiences far and wide with her heartfelt singing and intimate performance style.

Wine and beer available beginning at 7:30pm. $20 advance / $25 at the door general admission.

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Sep
16
2:00 pm14:00

Open Studios at Bell-ans

  • Bell-ans Center of the Arts

You are invited to Bell-ans open house celebration. Founded in 1897 as a pill factory, this establishment has since fostered the work of many artists and artisians since the 1960s.

Open house is from 2 pm until 7 pm, Saturday, September 16th, during which works of Hudson Valley and Bushwick artists will be on view in the halls of Bell-ans and various open studios. 

Additionally, V°LITION gallery presents the opening reception of Engineering the Self, Untethering the Soul, paintings and sculptures by Marisol Diaz. The opening reception is from 3 pm until 6 pm. 
 

Sep
17
1:00 pm13:00

Art in the Park 2017

  • Piermont Straus Foundation

Art in the Park is an art festival that takes place in Piermont, NY in Flywheel Park on the shores of the Hudson River. Thousands of visitors come to see artists work on site, take part in special workshops, and buy art at this art festival. Our next festival is on Sunday, September 17, 2017. Here's where you go to sign up! You must register by Friday, September 8, 2017 to be eligible to exhibit at this event.

http://www.psfdn.org/projects-art-in-the-park/

This festival is administered by the Piermont Straus Foundation and the Piermont Chamber of Commerce and supported by a generous grant from Orange & Rockland. To become a sponsor, just go to:

http://www.psfdn.org/art-in-the-park-sponsorship/

For more information, please write to us at info@psfdn.org.

Oct
6
5:00 pm17:00

First Friday Nyack

Downtown Nyack hosts its monthly art festival with shops and businesses uniting with local artists for an evening of art openings, music, and poetry. This event, and every First Friday of every month, is presented by the Nyack Art Collective (NAC), a member owned and managed non-profit organization comprised of visual artists in the greater Nyack, NY area.

Oct
13
2:00 pm14:00

Penguin Rep Theatre presents Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

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Oct
13
8:00 pm20:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

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Oct
14
4:00 pm16:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

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Oct
14
8:00 pm20:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

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Oct
15
2:00 pm14:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

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Oct
19
7:30 pm19:30

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

Buy tickets

Oct
20
8:00 pm20:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

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Oct
21
4:00 pm16:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

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Oct
21
Oct 22

Autumn Electronix Festival

  • Garner Arts Center

ANNIHILVS POWER ELECTRONIX proudly joins forces with the Garner Arts Center for the GARNER ARTS AUTUMN ELECTRONIX FESTIVAL, a specially-curated selection of seven live acts representing many varied facets of electronic music. Annihilvs is an independent underground record label founded by Rockland County native Lee M. Bartow in the Summer of 1997. Specializing in a broad spectrum of obscure forms of music, the label has since expanded to include several artists from around the globe. In August 2017, the label celebrates its twentieth anniversary.

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Oct
21
8:00 pm20:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

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Oct
22
2:00 pm14:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

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Oct
26
7:30 pm19:30

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

Buy tickets

Oct
27
8:00 pm20:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

Buy tickets

Oct
28
4:00 pm16:00

Penguin Rep Theatre

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

Buy tickets

Oct
28
8:00 pm20:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

Buy tickets

Oct
29
2:00 pm14:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

Buy tickets

Nov
2
7:30 pm19:30

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

Buy tickets

Nov
3
5:00 pm17:00

First Friday Nyack

Downtown Nyack hosts its monthly art festival with shops and businesses uniting with local artists for an evening of art openings, music, and poetry. This event, and every First Friday of every month, is presented by the Nyack Art Collective (NAC), a member owned and managed non-profit organization comprised of visual artists in the greater Nyack, NY area.

Nov
3
8:00 pm20:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

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Nov
4
4:00 pm16:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

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Nov
4
8:00 pm20:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

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Nov
5
2:00 pm14:00

Fall River

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother 40 whacks. And when she saw what she had done, she gave her father 41! Or did she? In this entertaining new work from the author of "Small World," Lizzie herself steps forward to tell the story of her life, before and after the famous murders known as "The Crime of the Century."  World premiere. 

Buy tickets

Dec
1
5:00 pm17:00

First Friday Nyack

Downtown Nyack hosts its monthly art festival with shops and businesses uniting with local artists for an evening of art openings, music, and poetry. This event, and every First Friday of every month, is presented by the Nyack Art Collective (NAC), a member owned and managed non-profit organization comprised of visual artists in the greater Nyack, NY area.


Jul
27
7:30 pm19:30

JAZZ IN THE GARDEN at the Edward Hopper House

The 2017 Jazz in the Garden concert series lines up six consecutive concerts on Thursdays at 7:30 PM starting on July 6.

Your donation of $5 supports the preservation of the House & Garden. Please bring a lawn chair.  Refreshments are available for purchase prior to the concert & during the  intermission.  IF IT RAINS, MEET AT: Grace Church 130 First Ave, Nyack. If rain location is used, we’ll place a notice on Edward Hopper House & our website.

For more info: http://www.edwardhopperhouse.org/music-in-the-garden-jazz-series-2017.html

Jul
27
7:00 pm19:00

Jill Hartmann at GARNER Creekside

$5.00 Admission; Drinks for sale

Join us for a night of live music in our Creekside Sculpture Trail. Jill Hartmann* joins us from Beacon for a mellow night of creekside guitar. Pack a picnic dinner and a blanket/chair and take a Thursday evening unwind!

Rain location: Frank Welles Gallery (please note, due to Historical limitations the Frank Welles spaces is only accessible by stairs)

*Jill Hartmann was raised in Louisiana and the child of two musical families, Jill began singing at a very young age. Her first concrete passion aside from singing was poetry, writing volumes of verse starting from the time she was 8 years old which would inevitably aid in her songwriting in later years. Eventually she would attend Louisiana State University for poetry but along the way, her true love of music made its way back into her life. At the age of 20, Jill started teaching herself how to play the guitar, emulating such legendary folk finger-pickers as Joni Mitchell. The result is a unique and immediately identifiable style all her own.

check out Jill Harmann's music here: https://myspace.com/jillhartmann/music/songs

Jul
26
8:00 pm20:00

Don't Think Twice

  • Rivertown Film

The six members of the Commune, an improv troupe struggling to stay afloat in Manhattan, dream of breaking into television. When one of them is cast in a Saturday Night Live-like program, anxiety and competitiveness threaten to destroy their cozy unity. Concerns about their “expiration dates” in the business coupled with the performers’ insecurities about their peripatetic lives threaten to overwhelm them, as the realities of their chosen profession are made crystal clear. 2016, USA, 92 minutes, rated R for language & drug use

Discussion after the film with improv teacher and performer Jim Fyfe. 

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Jul
25
7:00 pm19:00

Music on the Hudson Featuring Cocomama - Special Tribute Show!

  • Nyack Memorial Park

Join us to pay special tribute to The Friends of the Nyacks and Bert Hughes! It's also Jazz Week, so join us to hear the jazz influenced sounds of Cocomama, playing their own kind of World Latin Music. Cocomama “brings it” creating a sound that is all at once fierce and beautiful! A virtual United Nations of women, the members of Cocomama hail from five countries on four continents. Their debut album Quiero, which was included in the 2016 Grammy pre-nominations for Best Tropical Latin album, celebrates the coming together of a wide range of musical experiences in three different languages.

Nyack Park Conservancy

Jul
23
2:00 pm14:00

On Golden Pond

  • Elmwood Playhouse

Ethel and Norman Thayer have spent the past 48 summers on Golden Pond. This year, their adult daughter visits, along with the new man in her life and his 13-year-old son. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap, and the difficulties facing a couple in the twilight of their lives all combine in this touching American classic.

$24 Adults / $21 / Seniors & Students

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Jul
23
2:00 pm14:00

Cobb, a play by Lee Blessing

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

The first player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Ty Cobb reveled in being called “the most hated man” in the game. He was a philanthropist and a racist who played poker with presidents and died a multimillionaire, largely forgotten.

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Jul
22
8:00 pm20:00

On Golden Pond

  • Elmwood Playhouse

Ethel and Norman Thayer have spent the past 48 summers on Golden Pond. This year, their adult daughter visits, along with the new man in her life and his 13-year-old son. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap, and the difficulties facing a couple in the twilight of their lives all combine in this touching American classic.

$24 Adults / $21 / Seniors & Students

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Jul
22
4:00 pm16:00

Cobb, a play by Lee Blessing

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Two performances, 4pm-6:30pm and 8pm-10:30pm.

The first player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Ty Cobb reveled in being called “the most hated man” in the game. He was a philanthropist and a racist who played poker with presidents and died a multimillionaire, largely forgotten.

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Jul
21
8:00 pm20:00

Cobb, a play by Lee Blessing

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

The first player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Ty Cobb reveled in being called “the most hated man” in the game. He was a philanthropist and a racist who played poker with presidents and died a multimillionaire, largely forgotten.

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Jul
21
8:00 pm20:00

On Golden Pond

  • Elmwood Playhouse

Ethel and Norman Thayer have spent the past 48 summers on Golden Pond. This year, their adult daughter visits, along with the new man in her life and his 13-year-old son. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap, and the difficulties facing a couple in the twilight of their lives all combine in this touching American classic.

$24 Adults / $21 / Seniors & Students

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Jul
21
8:00 pm20:00

Sistermonk in Concert

  • Union Arts Center

SisterMonk, an established NYC original band hailing from the Pacific Northwest, returns to Union Arts Center! SisterMonk’s music is female-powered, djembe-driven, rhythm-centric & culturally diverse. Soulful vocals, passionate rhythms, and authentic lyrics have gained the band solid fan base from coast to coast. Join a moving musical experience that is both introspective and celebratory!

“A joyful, sunny sound brimming with celestial ecstasy… There are world music inspirations in each song, lifting SisterMonk to the staggering heights of glam rock while dressed in hippie sensibilities.” -Hydrogen Jukebox

Come dance!  Cash bar available.

BUY TICKETS $20 advance until 2pm the day of the performance / $25 at the door

Jul
20
7:30 pm19:30

JAZZ IN THE GARDEN at the Edward Hopper House

The 2017 Jazz in the Garden concert series lines up six consecutive concerts on Thursdays at 7:30 PM starting on July 6.

Your donation of $5 supports the preservation of the House & Garden. Please bring a lawn chair.  Refreshments are available for purchase prior to the concert & during the  intermission.  IF IT RAINS, MEET AT: Grace Church 130 First Ave, Nyack. If rain location is used, we’ll place a notice on Edward Hopper House & our website.

 JULY 6 - Dick Voigt and the Big Apple Jazz Band

 JULY 13 - Gary Keller Quintet

 JULY 20 - Cameron Brown OC/DC, Drums George Schuller, Soprano Sax Jane Ira Bloom, Trumpet Dave Balou

 JULY 27 - Mike Holober Quintet

 AUGUST 3 - Shirley Crabbe Group

 AUGUST 10 - John Malino

 

For more info: http://www.edwardhopperhouse.org/music-in-the-garden-jazz-series-2017.html

Jul
20
7:30 pm19:30

Cobb, a play by Lee Blessing

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

The first player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Ty Cobb reveled in being called “the most hated man” in the game. He was a philanthropist and a racist who played poker with presidents and died a multimillionaire, largely forgotten.

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Jul
20
1:00 pm13:00

Art Opening at Piermont Flywheel Gallery

J Alexander Baker Photography Exhibition Opening

Thursday, July 20 and running through Sunday, August 6 at the Piermont Flywheel Gallery
223 Ash Street, Piermont Landing, Piermont, NY 10968
Gallery Hours:
Thurs. - Sun., 1 PM to 6 PM Fri. & Sat. 1 PM to 9 PM

Jul
19
8:00 pm20:00

Stop Making Sense

  • Artopee Way Drive In

Join us on July 19 for a nationwide celebration of filmmaker Jonathan Demme!

Heralded by many as the greatest performance film of all time, Stop Making Sense was Jonathan Demme’s documentary debut, showcasing the Talking Heads just after they achieved mainstream success with the album Speaking in Tongues and the single “Burning Down the House.”

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Jul
16
5:30 pm17:30

"Get Smart" and Celebrate 40 Years of Coming Home

  • Penguin Rep Theater

Join us at the theatre as we celebrate Penguin Rep Theatre at 40, more vibrant and inspired than ever, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, an interview with guest host actress/writer Barbara Feldon, and musical entertainment by Dave Keyes and Miche Braden, followed by a fabulous dinner catered by Rockland Roots at the Gilmor Sloane Mansion located next door.

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Jul
16
2:00 pm14:00

On Golden Pond

  • Elmwood Playhouse

Ethel and Norman Thayer have spent the past 48 summers on Golden Pond. This year, their adult daughter visits, along with the new man in her life and his 13-year-old son. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap, and the difficulties facing a couple in the twilight of their lives all combine in this touching American classic.

$24 Adults / $21 / Seniors & Students

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Jul
16
2:00 pm14:00

Cobb, a play by Lee Blessing

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

The first player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Ty Cobb reveled in being called “the most hated man” in the game. He was a philanthropist and a racist who played poker with presidents and died a multimillionaire, largely forgotten.

Buy tickets

Jul
15
8:00 pm20:00

On Golden Pond

  • Elmwood Playhouse

Ethel and Norman Thayer have spent the past 48 summers on Golden Pond. This year, their adult daughter visits, along with the new man in her life and his 13-year-old son. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap, and the difficulties facing a couple in the twilight of their lives all combine in this touching American classic.

$24 Adults / $21 / Seniors & Students

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Jul
15
4:00 pm16:00

Cobb, a play by Lee Blessing

  • Penguin Rep Theatre

Two performances: 4pm-6:30pm and 8pm-10:30pm.

The first player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Ty Cobb reveled in being called “the most hated man” in the game. He was a philanthropist and a racist who played poker with presidents and died a multimillionaire, largely forgotten.

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Jul
15
2:00 pm14:00

Art Talk: The Artist's Study Center

  • Edward Hopper House

Richard Rabinowitz, historian, exhibition developer, and author of the just-published Curating America: Journeys through Storyscapes of the American Past, will join the Edward Hopper House’s Executive Director, Jennifer Patton, in a conversation exploring the power of objects to tell stories, especially about an important artist like Edward Hopper.

Edward Hopper House