Friday, November 21st • 7:30pm • $12.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
Tonight's feature is Tenzin Chopak (vocals, guitar, piano), a multi-talented artist and songwriter based in Ithaca, NY, and founding member of the acclaimed roots/folk ensemble Rockwood Ferry. Tenzin presents his work beyond genre with something akin to pure theater, evoking the primal feeling and texture of universality that is present in roots traditions, yet with a charged vulnerability and intimacy in both his dynamic musicality and elegant lyricism. Reviewers describe his music as "progressive chamber folk", while audiences and critics have praised performances as "incandescent", "mesmerizing", "transcendent", and "stunningly beautiful". Opening the show is local duo Grand Public, which features Bertrand Boudier and Vanessa Downing, who will present their subtly sohpisticated indie folk/pop originals, with a surprise guest or two! READ MORE HERE
Saturday, November 22st, 8am - Noon
Join us in the upper Hall for this special Thanksgiving market, and the last one at Prez Hall until next May. Great fall produce, pies, preserves and spices, baked goods, apples, and a variety of other goodies you'll want to grab up for the holiday week!
Saturday, November 22st, 7:00pm & Sunday Nov. 23rd, 1pm • $12.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
At it's premier in Washington, DC, " A Fresh of Breath Air" received two Helen Hayes nominations for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Lead Actress. Dale Stein portrays five characters at Fifi's Cafe, in this unique solo show the Washington Post called "An authentic vision of humanity...Stein is captivating". Dale has performed her original work with Garrison Keillor's radio show and at New York Theatre Workshop. "A Fresh of Breath Air" is a 70 minute comedy 'with olives'; a theatre experience The City Paper said is "Such exhilarating fun...you won't want to leave." READ MORE HERE
Saturday, December 6, 7:30pm • $10.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
Don't miss this special kickoff to our 2015 Indie Doc Series! HASTDANS PA HOVDALA is a unique film about a unique creation process. In July 2013, the American dance company, The Equus Projects spent three weeks in a Swedish forest creating an evening length theatre work that brought together four dancers, four horses and a cast of Swedish performers with autism. Filmmaker David Fishel follows the progression of the creation process, the equine training and the deepening connection that developed between the human and equine performers. The film premiered at the Lincoln Center Dance on Film Festival February 1, 2014 to a sold out audience. Introducing the film and leading a post-screening Q & A will be JoAnna Mendl Shaw, Artistic Director of the NYC-based dance company The Equus Projects. The Equus Projects creates large-scale site specific works with dancers and horses and has toured throughout the States and in Europe, using local horses and riders with each commissioned project. READ MORE HERE