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Autumnal Activities in the Hudson Valley

Autumnal Activities in the Hudson Valley

The leaves are turning brilliant hues of orange and red. The kids (and the kids at heart) are contemplating their costumes. And all of us are trying to figure out if we need a sweater under that light jacket. It can only mean one thing: Mid-October is upon us. Here’s some stuff to do.


Five Fabulous October Events in the Hudson Valley

Add these plum picks to your Fun Stuff to Do This Month list: a street festival, live music, a gallery opening, and a whale of a one-man show.


"Underground Railroad Game" at Bard's Fisher Center

Whiplash comedy “Underground Railroad Game” tackles the intersections of slavery, race, and sexism and encourages


A Marriage of Minds: Pollock and Krasner's Relationship Explored at PS21

At PS21 this October, “Pollock” sheds light on the marriage of artists Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner—exploring her art and her life as it relates to her husband's fame


Denizen Theatre to Announce Selections for Upcoming Winter Season

DENIZEN Theatre, the non-profit arts organization in New Paltz's Waterstreet Market, has selected three new plays for the '19/'20 Winter Season.After a successful first year, and with eight productions under their belt, DENIZEN's artistic team has been reading submissions in preparation for this winter.


TMI Project's Eva Tenuto on 10 Years of Powerful Storytelling (Q&A)

TMI Project's annual benefit, Voices in Action, will take place on September 21 at BSP Kingston, with a cocktail hour at 7pm and the show at 8pm.


The Impossible Dream

A Monologue of Queer Survival
An adaptation of a performed story by Sam Briton, "The Impossible Dream," detailing their childhood experiences with conversion therapy, homophobia, and more.


Coming Soon to the DENIZEN: "A Picture Paints a Thousand Words" and "Meek"

As the Denizen theatre celebrates closing night of their run of “White Rabbit Red Rabbit”— a show that celebrates the connections between actor, audience, and (absent) writer— they’re showcasing local visual artists and local non-profit Wild Earth Sunday in exhibition inspired by the show.


'Much Ado About Nothing' Brings Shakespeare and Doo-Wop Together at Boscobel

Shakespeare meets Americana in a Doo-Wop “Much Ado About Nothing” at Boscobel.


"White Rabbit Red Rabbit" at the Denizen is a Cold Reading Social Experiment

Playing July 17 through August 3 (with shows at 8pm and a Sunday show at 2pm), “White Rabbit Red Rabbit” lets actors take on the material without a director, a set, or rehearsals— interpreting work that’s only been unsealed moments before.


Staging Area: Hudson Valley Theater Residencies Pave the Path to Broadway

Peek behind the curtain of the region’s theater residency programs, which have birthed such Broadway hits as “Hamilton.”


The Origin Story Behind 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' at Bard

John Cameron Mitchell dives into the origin story of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” at Bard.


Spacetime Continuum: Heavy Mental Health Conversations at the Powerhouse

“The Elementary Spacetime Show” uses the light-hearted format of a musical comedy to tackle tough issues like teen suicide, César Alvarez, Emily Orling



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Martin Wittfooth SUNY Ulster Visiting Artist @ Murroff Kotler Visual Arts Gallery at SUNY Ulster

Martin Wittfooth SUNY Ulster Visiting Artist

Mondays-Fridays. Continues through Oct. 18 — Martin Wittfooth is an artist whose paintings, drawings, installations, and sculptural works...
Music Fan Film Series Presents Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool @ The Rosendale Theatre

Music Fan Film Series Presents Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool

Tue., Oct. 15, 7:15 p.m. and Wed., Oct. 16, 7:15 p.m. — Music documentary about iconic jazz musician, Miles Davis. Featuring never-before-seen archival footage,...

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