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Mel Brooks' "Young Frankenstein" kicked off the Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop theatrical season with an outrageous, risque and non-stop laughter-filled production - and did we need it! Friday, … more
“Babes in Arms” is a Rodgers & Hart musical comedy from 1937 about a group of small-town Long Island teenagers who put on a show in a barn to avoid being sent to a work farm by the … more
It was a triumphant end to the Delaware Valley Opera’s summer concert series with a performance by the spectacular “Opera Cowgirls”. Ever heard of opera-country, or country-opera? I … more
Whether or not you believe Shakespeare wrote Shakespeare, the fact remains that some of what was written back in the 1500 and 1600s is good stuff. And when you put all 37 of his plays together for a … more
Over a career that spans almost six decades, Barbra Streisand has achieved more success than many of her Hollywood counterparts. She has become an Oscar-winning movie star from a best-selling singer, … more
Fun fact: This past Tuesday happened to be the birthday of Charles Schultz’s famous cartoon beagle Snoopy. And what better way to celebrate than by seeing the Forestburgh Playhouse’s … more
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
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