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BeaconArts Meet Up – June

Wednesday, June 27th 6:30 – 8:30

Meyer’s Olde Dutch Food & Such | 184 Main Street, Beacon (more…)

“1776” – A Staged Concert!

Saturday and Sunday, JULY 14th and 15th, 2018, 6pm

Bannerman Island, Beacon Dock, 1 Red Flynn Dr – Beacon

There are two boats bringing audience to 1776. The Estuary Steward Departs Beacon Waterfront 4pm and 5pm for a 6pm performance. Tickets $65 | Reservations: 855-256-4007

“1776” is presented on Bannerman Island at the Bannerman Residence. Featuring: RUSSELL CUSICK, DOUG DeMARCO,  ASHER PACHT, FAY GERBES PACHT, ALEXANDER ULLIAN, and GLEN MACKEN. With: Peter Ullian, Caleb Ullian, Lawrence Miller, James Pillmeier and Angus Hepburn. The Show Stars Broadway Veterans CRAIG SCHULMAN* and KELLY ELLENWOOD* (more…)

With Love & Light ~ A Special Benefit Performance

Friday, June 29th
7:30 – 10pm

Beacon High School
101 Matteawan Avenue – Beacon

Admission: $10 at the door. All proceeds to benefit Robin Testerman. A Broadway bonanza of music, dance, and illusion—plus a silent auction. (more…)

CIRQUE DE LA LUNE…a circus oratorio in two acts

Friday, June 29th, 2018, 8pm, $10

Howland Cultural Center, 477 Main Street, Beacon

An original musical production in two acts by Hayden Wayne. With the singing group “Free Popcorn.”  A circus of music, dance, song and clowning, an allegorical tale of a man telling the story of his own life through a series of component acts in circus metaphor, somewhat like an Aesop’s fable. (more…)

HV Shakespeare: This Week at the Theater Tent

Thursday, June 21: RICHARD II, 7:30pm
Neighborhood Night (Putnam & Dutchess)

OPENING! Friday, June 22: RICHARD II, 7:30pm
Friday Night Prologue, 6:15pm
Opening Night Toast at the HVSF Cafe, 7:00pm

Saturday, June 23: THE HEART OF ROBIN HOOD, 7:30pm

OPENING! Sunday, June 24: THE HEART OF ROBIN HOOD, 7:30pm
Opening Night Toast at the HVSF Cafe, 7:00pm

Boscobel, 1601 NY-9D – Garrison | 845.265.9575 | boxoffice@hvshakespeare.org | Calendar & Tickets

Earthbound: New works by Jackie Skrzynski, Samantha Palmeri and Tanya Chaly

Ongoing through July 8th

Hudson Beach Glass Gallery
162 Main Street, second floor, Beacon
Hours are daily 10-6pm, Sunday 11-6pm.

Hudson Beach gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition of new drawings and paintings by Jackie Skrzynski, Samantha Palmeri and Tanya Chaly. (more…)

Kazumi Tanaka: No Home Go Home / Go Home No Home at Matteawan Gallery

Please join us for an artist talk with Kazumi Tanaka Saturday, June 30th at 3pm | Show ongoing through July 8th

Matteawan Gallery
436 Main Street – Beacon

Matteawan Gallery is pleased to present Kazumi Tanaka: No Home Go Home / Go Home No Home, an exhibition of drawings made with tea on paper. This is Tanaka’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. There will be a reception for the artist on Saturday, May 26 from 6-8 pm, and the show runs through July 8. Tanaka is concurrently participating in INK: The Color of Manitoga, an artist residency at Manitoga in Garrison, NY. For this project Tanaka will create paintings made from the ink of plant specimens collected in Manitoga’s woodland garden. Her work will be on view to the public from May 18 – November 12, 2018. (more…)

Stone Voices at Photo Book Works

Ongoing through July 8th

Photo Book Works
469 Main Street – Beacon

Beacon’s Second Saturday: 12 – 8 pm
Artist talk, June 10, 6 pm, free and open to the public, limited seating, reservations required contact photobookworks@gmail.com

Stone Voices, an exhibition by Bernice Ficek-Swenson includes an artist book and related large a la poupée color photogravures. Incorporated are photographs of stones from evocative locations such as a D-Day Beach, the Ganges River, Pompeii and a beloved Lake Superior cove with narratives written by six contributors. Each “story” tells a history or description of the landscape/geology and a personal reaction to each site. photobookworks.com

Documentary: “World Circus” at the Howland

Friday, June 22nd
8pm $5

Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street – Beacon

“World Circus” follows five top circus acts from around the world as they prepare to compete in the “Academy Awards” of circus competitions: the prestigious Monte Carlo Circus Festival. The film takes viewers into daily rehearsals, dressing rooms, back-lot and to the competition itself beneath a magnificent big top.

Towne Crier Cafe ~ June 21st – June 27th

MUSIC and EVENTS

379 Main Street

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