Saturday, Nov. 10: Brian Reed took a personal approach to the investigative reporting of an alleged murder in a small Alabama town.
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Saturday, November 10: Michael Brownstein has written a handbook for change.
Friday, Nov. 2: Jeff Goldblum lays down some heavy science about the nature of nature while making an impressive pyramid with his achromachian fingers. And then all Hell breaks loose.
Friday, Nov. 2: The silent horror classic comes to new life, accompanied by the music of the jazz trombonist and composer Chris Washburne and his ensemble, Rags and Roots, with vocalist Brianna Thomas.
Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 3-4: Schneider and his collaborators invite the audience to look down, literally, into all-too-fleeting revelations, narratives and emotional interactions flooding our bodies and brains every second of every day. New York Times calls Schneider’s work inventive and astounding.
Friday, Nov. 9: Theater piece at Vassar library in Poughkeepsie to honor first woman to obtain a doctorate.
Wednesdays through Sundays until November 4: If its inaugural production, William Francis Hoffman’s Cal in Camo, is any indication of the level of professionalism that we can expect, Denizen Theatre seems likely to prove a magnet for drama buffs from near and far.
Friday, Oct. 26: Called “one of the funniest stand-up comics” by her peers and ranked among Entertainment Weekly’s 25 Funniest People in America
Henry Gauthier-Villars, a notoriously decadent Parisian author, music critic and bon vivant was Colette’s Svengali, locking her in a room and forcing her to write. His greatest commercial successes were the first four of her novels, the Claudine series, based on reminiscences of her girlhood but touted as his own writing. Only after their divorce was the actual author able to reclaim them under her own name.
Saturday, Oct. 20: An evening of music, performance and activism in Kingston with Natalie Merchant, Aaron Dessner of the National, Jack DeJohnette, Dar Williams, Mary Stuart Masterson, Paul Rudd, Lili Taylor, Eve Ensler and many more.