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Coping with COVID: BU, SUNY Broome performers stay active during pandemic

EDITOR's NOTE: In these distressing times, we need the arts more than ever, but the pandemic has wreaked havoc with performance and exhibition schedules. Over the past few weeks, BAMirror writer George Basler has been reporting on how local arts organizations are "Coping with COVID."  By George Basler SUNY [...]

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Coping with COVID: SRO, Savoyards and BCO survive with pluck and hope

EDITOR's NOTE: In these distressing times, we need the arts more than ever, but the pandemic has wreaked havoc with performance and exhibition schedules. Over the past few weeks, BAMirror writer George Basler has been reporting on how local arts organizations are "Coping with COVID."  By George Basler Summer [...]

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Coping with COVID: TCO takes innovative approach

EDITOR's NOTE: In these distressing times, we need the arts more than ever, but the pandemic has wreaked havoc with performance and exhibition schedules. Over the past few weeks, BAMirror writer George Basler has been reporting on how local arts organizations are "Coping with COVID."  By George Basler Tri-Cities [...]

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Coping with COVID: Madrigal Choir and Downtown Singers work to keep going

EDITOR's NOTE: In these distressing times, we need the arts more than ever, but the pandemic has wreaked havoc with performance and exhibition schedules. Over the next few weeks, BAMirror writer George Basler will be reporting on how local arts organizations are "Coping with COVID."  By George Basler The [...]

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Coping with COVID: EPAC, Goodwill regroup and forge ahead

EDITOR's NOTE: In these distressing times, we need the arts more than ever, but the pandemic has wreaked havoc with performance and exhibition schedules. Over the next few weeks, BAMirror writer George Basler will be reporting on how local arts organizations are "Coping with COVID."  By George Basler EPAC [...]

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Coping with COVID: KNOW and Ti-Ahwaga Players adapt to stay active

EDITOR's NOTE: In these distressing times, we need the arts more than ever, but the pandemic has wreaked havoc with performance and exhibition schedules. Over the next several weeks, BAMirror writer George Basler will be reporting on how local arts organizations are "Coping with COVID."  By George Basler The [...]

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Coping with COVID: BPO scrambles to preserve season

EDITOR's NOTE: In these distressing times, we need the arts more than ever, but the pandemic has wreaked havoc with performance and exhibition schedules. Over the next several weeks, BAMirror writer George Basler will be reporting on how local arts organizations are "Coping with COVID."  By George Basler The [...]

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New BCO music director plans diverse programs

By George BaslerEvan Meccarello’s musical tastes run a wide gamut from Handel and Ravel to hip hop and rap.Asked to name composers at the top of his listening list if he was marooned on a desert island, the Rochester-based conductor and violinist names Brahms and Bach.But he also names [...]

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Get your ears out: KNOW Theatre goes on the air with audio plays

By George BaslerThe fact that the COVID-19 pandemic has shut down the local community theater scene is one more reason to bemoan 2020 which has been, to paraphrase a T-shirt I bought, a truly “sucky” year.That’s why a project being launched by the Binghamton-based KNOW Theatre is welcome news [...]

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Summer Savoyard actors delight in dark Irish comedy at the Bundy

EDITOR's NOTE: Due to concerns about the coronavirus, this weekend's performances (March 13-15) have been canceled. Patrons who have prepaid for tickets will be contacted. By Katherine Karlson Nothing will get you into the spirit of the Emerald Isle and all things Irish ahead of St. Patrick’s Day better [...]

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Strong EPAC cast tackled non-traditional musical

EDITOR'S NOTE: Due to a computer glitch, this review, originally published on Feb. 16, was erased from Broome Arts Mirror. It is being reprinted (in updated form) for archival purposes. By George Basler Songs for a New World is not a show in which audiences see spectacular dancing or [...]

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One chance remains to catch EPAC’s out-of-the-world twist on Shakespeare

Reviewed by George Basler “Oh, what brave new world that has such people in it” is one of William Shakespeare’s most famous, and quoted, lines. Little did the Bard know that, one day, that passage from The Tempest could refer to a hologram, a monstrous cybernetic-controlled creature and a [...]

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