April 16, 2008 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

BACA Holds Elections: Two New Members Added to Board

The Beacon Arts Community Association (BACA) recently held elections and added two new members to board as members at-large. Robert Rodriquez, Jr. is a nationally known photographer whose work hangs in many private collections. More...

County Players Holds Auditions for a "Musical Review"

County Players is holding auditions for its June 2008 production County Players in Concert, A Musical Review of the Past Fifty Years. Casting 25-45 for chorus and solos. Ages 18+. Prepare a Broadway song. More...

TrueNorth Theatre Presents New Play-in-Progress: Shooting Star by Steven Dietz

TrueNorth Theatre Project will offer a staged reading of Shooting Star, a full-length play-in-progress by Steven Dietz . The performance will be held at the Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries, 199 Main Street, Beacon on April 18 and 19. More...

Historic Houses of the Hudson All-Day Seminar at Boscobel

On Saturday, April 26, the Friends of Boscobel, the membership support group for the property, is pleased to host a daylong Seminar on Historic Houses of the Hudson Valley, followed by a wine and cheese reception. More...

Free Screening of Original King Kong at the Paramount Center

A big dumb guy goes absolutely ape over a blonde, setting himself up for the fall of all-time. More...

West Point Class of 1929 Gallery to Feature Area Photographers

The West Point Class of 1929 Gallery will present a photography exhibit titled In Focus, featuring The Hudson Highlands Photo Workshop. Spotlighting the works of local photographers this new gallery show will run from April 12 through June 6. More...

The Cakeman Chronicles Premieres at Arts On The Lake

In the early 1970's, Chris Cassone, the grandson of bakery founder J. J. More...

Arsenic and Old Lace Opens at the Philipstown Depot Theatre

Be careful of what you drink when you come to see Arsenic and Lace, the classic comedy playing at the Philipstown Depot Theatre May 2-18, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm. More...

Get in to the Spring Spirit with Great Music at Jazz Vespers This Saturday

Let go of your workweek with soulful jazz and some spiritual inspiration at the Jazz Vespers this Saturday, April 19th at 5:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Philipstown, 10 Academy St., Cold Spring. More...

Inaugural SiteLines, a Hudson Valley Art Fair with Multiple Locales, Takes Place Over Three Days in Beacon

Fair will feature artists from NYC to Troy; event to be highlighted in special Conde Nast Traveler Beacon feature

Announcing the inaugural edition of the SiteLines: Hudson Valley Art Fair taking place at 381 Main Street and the Riverfront Park in Beacon from May 16 through 18, 2008. More...

Benefit Concert for Sisters at Graymoor: Tickets on Sale Now

The Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement at Graymoor in Garrison invite all to the Fifth Annual Benefit Concert for the Sisters at Graymoor featuring the brilliant talents of Broadway star, Craig Schulman. More...

Made in L.A. Screens at Fourth Unitarian Society

The Fourth Unitarian Society of Westchester County is hosting a film and discussion series called We Need to Talk. This film series features a film viewing, and discussion of race and race relations. More...

Mahopac Library to Hold Elections for Seat on Board of Trustees

On Wednesday, June 4, 2008, Mahopac Public Library will hold elections for one (1) open seat on its Board of Trustees. The election will be held at Mahopac Public Library. The vacancy has occurred due to the resignation of one trustee. More...

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