March 21,22,28,29 @ 8pm
March 23, 30 @ 3pm
The Beacon Theatre, 445 Main St, Beacon, NY 12508
Tickets: $18 @ www.thebeacontheatre.org
Directed by Stephanie Hepburn
Narek Haknazaryan and pianist Noreen Polera will be performing at 4:00 PM on Sunday, March 16.
Further details can be found on our web site at www.howlandmusic.org .
Kurt Rhoads will direct two staged readings of The Extremists by C.J. Hopkins on March 22 in Cold Spring and Beacon. The two-person show will feature Rhoads and Brian Dykstra. Performances will take place on Saturday at 3 p.m. at the Butterfield Library in Cold Spring and at the Beacon Institute in Beacon at 7 p.m. There is a suggested donation of $10. The readings were originally planned for December 14, 2013 but were postponed due to a snow storm.
States Rhoads, “The Extremists is a political satire that turns out to be more than it appears. This 80-minute one-act play darkly explores the motives behind the news, broadcasts and pundits. Absurd, insane and terrifying, it is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. This performance may be inappropriate for children 13 and under.” (more…)
Please join us for an amazing evening of Music, Dance and Song! On March 10, at 7:00 PM, a special fundraiser will be presented at The Pete and Toshi Seeger Theater at Beacon High School.
For a suggested donation of $5.00, you will experience the Beacon The Beacon Music Factory Band, Tiani Wright and the BHS Jazz and Concert Bands.
Along with great music, you will also see a wonderful staged “West Side Story” medley choreographed by Karen Hoben and to top off the evening a sneak preview of the Beacon Players Spring Production of “In the Heights,” all while helping support the Beacon High School Bands.
Opening Reception, 2Sat March 8, 6p – 9p
March 8 – April 12, 2014
Mad Dooley Gallery, 197 Main Street, Beacon
Opening Reception: March 8th, from 6-9 p.m.
Exhibition runs thru April 6th
506 Main Street, Beacon NY 12508
winter gallery hours Saturday-Sunday 12-6pm
March 8 – April 26, 2014
Maria Lago Studio 502
502 Main St, Beacon, NY 12508
An installation by Jean Brennan & Zachary Rodgers.
Crotch is an art space nestled in the crotch of a maple tree in Beacon, NY. Artists are invited to create works that rest within or around this crotch. Exhibitions change monthly. Crotch is a hybrid of physical and virtual viewing experiences. Physical visits to crotch are possible by appointment, but Crotch can be visited anytime (light permitting) via the live webcam video feed embedded on the crotchprojects.com website. By appointment.
159 Main Street, Beacon
Initial Viewing; March 8th, 2014
6-10pm Saturday, March 8th, 2014
Onion Metaphor; layers are misconceptions or purposeful deception, peeling back layers of illusion to reveal the truth and lead to disillusionment, enlightenment and/or sophistication.
What is revealed at the core or center after the skin and layers are peeled? “Know your Onion” (more…)
“(Jay) Rosen is one of the most accomplished drummers around and his musical acumen is second to none”
- All About Jazz
“Michael Marcus is a passionate player and a fluent composer of themes that inspire improvisers.”
- Bob Blumenthal, Boston Globe