MARIE-CLAUDE GIROUX ANY MOMENT NOW June 18 – July 24, 2022 Thursday – Monday 11-5 Closed on Monday July 4th in observance of Independence Day Masks recommended. The gallery is limiting the number of people in the gallery at a time. Thompson Giroux Gallery 57 Main Street Chatham, NY 12037 518-392-3336 image of d’un moment ... Read more
athleticism, emotion, and fearlessness. The company is returning to PS21 with a program of Paul Taylor‘s groundbreaking earlier work, Diggity (1978) is a “A mysteriously joyous… wonderful, crazy excursion into the unknown.” (New York Post).Cloven Kingdom (1976) “A sharp comedy of manners the conflicting natures within people and, more specifically, the darker side that surfaces ... Read more
A side splitting sendup of greed, love, revolution and musical theater itself. Inspired by the works of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill, Urinetown is hilariously funny, remarkably irreverent and touchingly sincere. The winner of 3 Tony Awards and 2 Obie Awards, this incredible satire leaves no one safe from scrutiny as it surveys societies established ... Read more
The Farmer's Market will be held weekly until Friday, September 30. Entertainment this week: Chatham Library pop up storytelling for kids. Alpha Cats playing old-time music, which predates bluegrass, and focuses on regional fiddle tunes and string band music from the Southern Appalachian region. Learn more about the market. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
Our annual Modern Music series, brewed with audiences in mind, PS21’s provocative House Blend programs, a three concert series, features celebrated soloists and ensembles, and marries classic virtuosity with contemporary ingenuity. House Blend Concert III: July 8, 5 PM Jacob Druckman: Synapse/Valentine (1969) Gia Kancheli: Nach Dem Weinen (1994) From The Great American Songbook with ... Read more
Playwright/performer Sylvia Milo and composer/percussionist Nathan Davis were in residency at PS21 to develop Magdalene: I am the utterance of my name, a music-theater piece about the web of clashing myths, beliefs, symbols, and decrees surrounding the life of Mary Magdalene. The creators of The Other Mozart, about the forgotten genius sister of Amadeus, return ... Read more
Through its fusion of hip-hop and contemporary dance with elements of silent comedy, mime, and circus arts, the twelve dancers of Art Move Concept, founded by Soria Rem and Mehdi Ouachek, blend and blur established genres to create movement that expands and enriches our sense of the range of physical and emotional possibility. Inspired by ... Read more
What if the family narrative that shapes us is a lie? “Three Decembers” tells the story of aging Broadway star Madeline Mitchell and her two adult children as they struggle to connect and heal old wounds while family secrets are revealed. This intimate, compelling drama takes place over two decades during the AIDS crisis, and ... Read more