Long before she wowed Broadway audiences as an Iowa librarian who falls in love with a traveling salesman, Tony-winner Barbara Cook played for an audience of one. One traveling salesman. Her father. That’s right. Barbara Cook, the woman who created the role of Marian the Librarian in Meredith Willson’s “The… Read More →
A lifelong horseman, singer-songwriter Lyle Lovett rides quiet in the saddle, even at full speed atop his 10-year-old stallion Smart and Shiney in a sport called reining. “It’s like a Western version of dressage, in that it’s a prescribed maneuvers along a pattern to show off the horse’s athleticism,” says… Read More →
Gotta love this Facebook post from Tarrytown Music Hall: For all of you attending the Aimee Mann show tonight and still have no power at home, drop off your cellphone and charger tonight and we’ll charge it for you during the show. (Subject to available outlets and power strips…)
In the first of what could be many changes of venue rippling out of the shuttering of Peekskill’s Paramount Center for the Arts, the gospel musical “Tell Hell I Ain’t Comin’” will now move down-river to the Tarrytown Music Hall at 8 p.m. Oct. 16.
If you missed Jim Breuer when he opened the Levity Live Comedy Club at the Palisades Center in late January, here’s your chance to be at the taping of his latest Comedy Central special. Breuer—famous for his “Goat Boy” and Joe Pesci characters on “Saturday Night Live”—tapes “Mid Life Madness”... Read More →
Tenor Mario Lanza made movies about, well, tenors, who dreamed of singing opera. There was the movie where he was a truck driver who loves opera and finally gets his big break. And the one about a lowly vineyard worker who loves opera and finally gets his big break. Eren Basbug… Read More →