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June 15, 2019

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Wednesday, July 31

"The Miracle of Heliane" by Enrich Wolfgang Korngold

New Production / U.S. Premiere The American Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Leon Botstein Directed by Christian Räth A dark mystery play, an intimate psychodrama, and an epic dystopian political thriller all at once. …

Shear Madness

In this hilarious whodunnit, a murder is committed and YOU get to spot the clues, question the suspects, and solve the funniest mystery in the annals of crime. The longest running play in the history …

Thursday, August 1

SUMMER YOUNG WRITERS PROGRAMS

9:00 AM
The Hudson Valley Writing Project offers remarkable summer experiences for students at the region’s most important cultural and historic sites, nature preserves, and college campus in the Hudson Valley. Workshops are led by HVWP Teacher …

"Acting Out," an exhibition drawn from the Marieluise Hessel Collection at CCS Bard

"Acting Out" takes its prompt from artist Leigh Ledare's "The Task," a single channel film of a three-day Group Relations Conference—a social psychology method developed by London’s Tavistock Institute—that the artist organized in Chicago in …

"Leidy Churchman: Crocodile"

"Crocodile," the first U.S. exhibition of work by Leidy Churchman (b. 1979, Villanova, PA), illustrates the ideas and drive toward reinvention and experimentation at play in this emerging artist’s work. Including over sixty paintings, it focuses …

"Singers & Songbooks: Anita O'Day" Led by Veronica Swift

Today’s new “babe of bebop” Veronica Swift returns to the Spiegeltent in an homage to the songbook of her idol and vocal inspiration, Anita O’Day, “a singer’s singer” (NPR). Swift, recognized around the country as one of the top young …

"The Miracle of Heliane" by Enrich Wolfgang Korngold

New Production / U.S. Premiere The American Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Leon Botstein Directed by Christian Räth A dark mystery play, an intimate psychodrama, and an epic dystopian political thriller all at once. …

Nil Yalter: Exile is a Hard Job

"Exile Is a Hard Job" is the first solo U.S. museum exhibition of work by Nil Yalter (b. 1938, Cairo), a pioneer of socially engaged art since the 1970s. She was one of the first artists in France to use video, when it first emerged as an artistic …

Shear Madness

In this hilarious whodunnit, a murder is committed and YOU get to spot the clues, question the suspects, and solve the funniest mystery in the annals of crime. The longest running play in the history …

Friday, August 2

SUMMER YOUNG WRITERS PROGRAMS

9:00 AM
The Hudson Valley Writing Project offers remarkable summer experiences for students at the region’s most important cultural and historic sites, nature preserves, and college campus in the Hudson Valley. Workshops are led by HVWP Teacher …
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