Thursday, March 24, 2011

The Tricky Part 

by Martin Moran 

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      March 23 - April 10, 2011 


       Directed by Sara Lampert Hoover*   

Tricky Part - Carl Danielsen

NYC actor Carl Danielsen**

              Starring Carl Danielsen**        




In the tradition of Spaulding Gray, one man telling a story in a single spotlight, Martin Moran's The Tricky Part is a moving story, infused with humor and courage about a tough subjecta boy's relationship with a man and the complex effect it has on the man Martin becomes. Ages 16 & up.    



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Free Lunch Time Theatre


Thursday, March 24th at 12:00pm  


Join us for a FREE Lunch Time Theatre event to see a short excerpt from the production of The Tricky Part by Martin Moran, and join a short discussion about the play with Artistic Director Rachel Lampert, the director of the show, Sara Lampert Hoover, and actor Carl Danielsen.  And don't forget to bring your lunch!


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Kitchen Sink Events

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Sally and Doug - Sunday, April 3rd at 7:30pm 



A fascinating journey in music and song, featuring stories of Sally's life before Ithaca, her journey from California to Ithaca, her collaboration with extraordinary guitarist Doug Robinson, and the making of their celebrated CD, "Crimson." Including original music, as well as songs by Joni Mitchell, Violeta Parra, Baden-Powell, Antonio Carlo Jobim, featuring Doug's smooth and lively arrangements. Michael Pastore of ePublishers Weekly had this to say about "Crimson": "This is great music. The synergy of these two fine artists makes every song filled with passion, surprises, and sweet sounds."    Tickets - $11



SÉANCE: Behind the Darkness - Monday, April 4th at 7:30pm

Presented by Jon Tai                                             


A night of illusion, mystery, and theater brought to you by the magician of An Evening of Wonder and Soiree/Cabaret. Behind the Darkness is a theatrical exploration of the séance, the Spiritualist era that popularized it, and magic. The show will explore the history of Spiritualism, our relationships with fear and darkness and feature a re-creation of a séance from the past.   Tickets - $5

Note: This production is intended for adults. Some of the themes and demonstrations may not be appropriate for children. Parts of this production take place in complete darkness.

Buy tickets online or call the Ticket Center at (607) 273-4497.

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