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    Caleb Teicher & Co presents: Caleb Teicher & Nic Gareiss

    Festive opening of PS21 Black Box Theater This dance concert features the delightful Caleb Teicher and Nic Gareiss, two of America’s most elegant interpreters of traditional American dance forms, including tap, clogging, flatfooting, Irish step, and contemporary hybrids. The Boston Herald called Nic Gareiss “the most inventive and expressive step dancer on the scene. The nimble Gareiss called forth […]

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    The Actors’ Ensemble presents “The Gun Show” – a play by E.M. Lewis

    “…a powerful show, an important show, and a show everyone should see.” —Krista Garver, BroadwayWorld Under the direction of Robert Consenza, actor Chris Smith gives a powerful performance in this one-person play that explores the role that guns play in our lives. Award-winning playwright E. M. Lewis tells the story of America’s relationship with guns through the prism of her […]

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    Jamal Jackson Dance Company: “Rob Day”

    Jamal Jackson’s Rob Day takes us on a journey that explores our many connections to firearms. The infatuation and need to be immersed within some form of gun culture, allows Rob, a 9mm pistol, to understand his purpose. The relationships formed on Rob’s travels begin to reveal his undeniable charisma and influence. Jamal Jackson’s choreographic style merges […]

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    Erma Bombeck: At Wit’s End, a staged reading with Nancy Rothman

    This one-woman play by Alison and Margaret Engel is a tribute to the columnist and humorist who lovingly satirized the plight of the suburban housewife from the 1960s to the 1980s in her widely-syndicated column and best-selling books and used her fame to support the women’s Equal Rights Amendment. One of Columbia County’s favorite comic actors Nancy […]

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    Larry Keigwin & Nicole Wolcott in Places Please

    Places Please is a zany trip backstage in the final moments before the curtain goes up before a performance, where the audience becomes privy to the anxiety and playfulness of life behind the scenes. The piece celebrates the creative relationship between Larry Keigwin and Nicole Wolcott, the co-founders of the acclaimed KEIGWIN + COMPANY. As Andrew Boynton wrote in The New […]

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    The Actors’ Ensemble presents a staged reading of Ionesco’s The Chairs

    Veteran actors Fern Sloan and Ted Pugh bring us a fresh interpretation of Ionesco’s delightfully absurdist “tragic farce” about the imaginary world of two old people alone in a house on an island. One of the great innovators of modern theater, Ionesco wrote The Chairs in 1952 but it continues to be as intriguing today as it was when […]

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  • Parsons Dance Returns to PS21 for Four-Week Dance Residency, July 10-August 5

    For Release: Immediately Upon Receipt Contact: Susan Davies, PS21 Administrative Director, 518.392.6121, susan.davies@ps21chatham.org Parsons Dance Returns to PS21 for Four-Week Dance Residency, July 10-August 5 [CHATHAM, NY] PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century once again hosts New York City-based Parsons Dance in a summer residency. From July 10 through August 5, 2017 Parsons Dance […]

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