Morning’s at Seven with Frank Arcaro

From left: Jeff Savage, Roger Netzer, Christine Olson, Daniel Basiletti, Jody Bayer by Kevin T McEneaney Some years ago, I saw Director Frank Arcaro’s production of Noël Coward’s 1930 play…

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Lend Me a Tenor Sings in Rhinebeck

Cast from left: Bongiorno, Borscheva, McCarthy, Carrothers, Remington, Caviglis, Truin, Hepburn by Kevin T McEneaney First performed in England’s West End, Lend Me a Tenor (1986) by Ken Ludwig underwent…

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Really Rosie Rumbles and Rocks at the Center

Curtain Bow by Kevin T McEneaney Really Rosie is a children’s musical with book and lyrics by Maurice Sendak, and music by Carol King, now playing in Rhinebeck at The…

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David Rabe’s Play at The Stissing Center

The Stissing Center in Pine Plains by Kevin T McEneaney Suffocation Theory by David Rabe was presented with actor Bruce DuBose at The Stissing Center last Sunday afternoon. The monologue…

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Shakespeare in Love: Larking at the Center

Curtain call Reviewed by Kevin T McEneaney The play Shakespeare in Love by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard at the Center for Performing Arts in Rhinebeck will drive Shakespeare scholars…

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The Humor of Henry V at the Center

by Kevin T McEneaney None but William Shakespeare could take a script about patriotism and war and transform it into a wonderful comedy, as he does so marvelously in Henry…

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The Village Cidiot at The Stissing Center

by Kevin T McEneaney Cidiot is the term local farmers employ to describe urban transplants to agricultural landscape. Idiot is a classical Greek word invented in Athens to describe a…

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