Thursday, Aug. 16 is last showing; mall owners mum on possible replacement.
Runs weekends through September 9: Bang Bang! is feisty and fun and will make your face hurt from laughing.
Friday-Sunday, August 17-19: Each year at the Tina Chorvas Waterfront Park in Saugerties, Arm-of-the-Sea Theater presents an Esopus Creek Puppet Suite, which illuminates some aspect of local history. It features giant puppets in a series of tall tales inspired by Saugerties’ colorful past.
August 19, 22 and 26: The unusual casting serves to highlight the play’s themes of identity: Who or what is a person born to be king, when kingship is taken away?
The film gets the job done — transporting kids to the lovely Hundred Acre Wood and taking their parents along for a pleasant nostalgia trip. There are worse ways to spend a rainy afternoon.
Saturday, August 11: Colony presents an iconic giant of the old school: New York City comedian and film actor Gilbert Gottfried, a veteran of Saturday Night Live and many film roles.
One of America’s most popular stand-up comedians, Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias, will be coming to the Ulster Perfuming Arts Center in Kingston on Sunday, November 25 at 7 p.m.
What is this strange creature called Tom Cruise? Who can explain why a 56-year-old man with a half-billion-dollar net worth insists on putting himself through hell doing outlandish stunts to amuse the masses every few years? Why are the results so entertaining?
Wednesday, August 8: The Brooklyn-based duo present the odd and offbeat in storytelling and music. “We read a lot, and our music is as influenced by books as it is by other music. We’re working on a song cycle around Marie Curie and her work.”
July 27, 29, August 1, 3 & 5: Though wildly popular in its native Russia, Anton Rubinstein’s 1871 opera is rarely mounted in the West. So it naturally falls to Bard SummerScape, with its ongoing mission to revive at least one unjustly neglected operatic work at the Fisher Center each summer, to right this wrong.