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The Delaware Valley Opera was back in fine form with their second concert of the summer. “Liars! Lovers! Libertines! Or A Feast of Opera Scenes” was packed with powerhouse vocals and … more
It was a joyous night for music at the Delaware Valley Opera’s (DVO) opening night on July 10th at the Barn at Callicoon Hills. “Feisty! Frivolous! Frothy!” offered a wide selection … more
Can I just proclaim out loud how absolutely joyous I am that live theatre is back?! Praise the Lord! Alleluia! Oh, and how fitting is it that the Forestburgh Playhouse opens their main stage season … more
There’s always been something about the 1960s that fascinated me. The changing fashions; the fact that people went out dancing; the idea that young people went out and protested in the street … more
There is a famous legend of Napoleon Bonaparte, emperor of the French Empire, who entered a Synagogue on the day of Tisha B’av and saw Jews- men and women- weeping. Tisha B’av is a day of … more
Shakespeare once called music the food of love, and if music is the food of love, then musical theater, in this reviewer’s opinion, is a feast of life. Forestburgh Playhouse kicked off its 75th … more
Together We Will Go by J. Michael Straczynski (Scout Press). Another smart, nervy novel by a person who also writes for television and film and comics…would be one way to introduce this … more
Last Best Hope: America in Crisis and Renewal by George S. Packer (Farrar, Straus and Giroux). If you took my urgent advice just a few weeks ago and read Louis Menand’s great short history of … more
The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop opened its 71st season (wow!) with a rousing “Valentine Cabaret” at a redesigned Sullivan County Museum rear auditorium in Hurleyville, with three shows on … more
Early motherhood in all its glory, happiness, and bliss is explored and turned upside down in Shadowland Stages production of “Cry It Out”. Local playwright Molly Smith Metzler's candidly written … more
Most likely you've heard about the town of Flint, Michigan. And you've heard about the town's woes: massive unemployment due to the closing of the General Motors plant, and lead and other … more
The Forestburgh Playhouse wraps up its fantastic 2019 season with an intensely smart dark comedy play written by David Ives. It did a short Broadway stint in 2011 and garnered a few Tonys in the … more
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