Sunday, October 04, 2009

GREAT EVENTS AT HISTORIC IRVINGTON TOWN HALL THEATER

The charming and historic Irvington Town Hall Theater is located in the same building as the Irvington village hall. This year the Irvington Town Hall Theater Commission (which works closely with village officials) decided to offer a film series in addition to other programs. I thought the following list of programs would be of interest to you.
PAUL FEINER

Irvington Town Hall Theater
2009 - 2010 Schedule of Performances

THE FOLK GODDESS RETURNS AND MORE!
The return of Judy Collins is just one of the legendary events we have in store for you in our 2009-10 season. The Subdudes, Marshall Tucker Band and Arlo Guthrie will all be making encore performances, while Johnny Winter and Ronnie Spector will be making their debuts at the Theater. Join the Westchester Jazz Orchestra as they launch their 2009-10 season, featuring guitarist Paul Scofield. The Irvington Town Hall Theater Commission has just finalized a new and very special film series this year using the latest in digital technology.

ITHT Foundation Inc.'s Clocktower Players has started its fall registration for all the young budding thespians. The October 17th gala fundraiser, Sophisticated Fun, featuring a stellar line-up of Broadway talent, is sure to be a sensational evening of cabaret. Their fall adult musical this year is Camelot, in November. Camelot tells the tale of the court of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The name has come to mean a place or time of idyllic happiness. Camelot opened just weeks after John F. Kennedy’s election. Alan J. Lerner, who wrote the book and lyrics, was JFK’s classmate at Choate and Harvard. In an interview with Life magazine after the assassination, Jacqueline Kennedy confessed that “I’m so ashamed of myself-all I keep thinking of is this line from a musical comedy.” At night they would listen to the musical on their record player before they went to sleep, and JFK’s favorite song came at the very end of the recording. According to Jackie, President Kennedy had been enamored of the Knights of the Round Table from early childhood and he held to an idealistic view of history replete with heroes. Linking JFK with Camelot, Jackie Kennedy remarked that “There’ll be great presidents again…but there’ll never be another Camelot.” “Don’t let it be forgot / That once there was a spot / For one brief, shining moment that was known as Camelot.” – President Kennedy’s favorite lyrics from the Broadway show. It gets you every time!

Pamela Rapp
Managing Director

Irvington Town Hall Theater
2009 - 2010 Schedule of Performances
Prices are listed adults/ senior and students/or as otherwise noted
Box office: 914.591.6602 Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday: 10:30am - 3:00pm
E-mail boxoffice@irvingtonny.gov Fax: 914.591.2111
All sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges, unless a show is canceled.

Event Descriptions
Sun Oct 11th 7:30pm Arlo Guthrie
Presented By Westco Productions' Gold Star Concerts
See show description *** $75 / $65 / $55
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Wed Oct 14th 8:00pm The “Best of” Film Series...
Afghan Star ~ A film by Havana Marketing
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
New date, change due to construction
See show description $7 - General Admission
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Fri Oct 16th 8:00pm Marshall Tucker Band
Presented By Westco Productions' Gold Star Concerts
See show description *** $75 / $65 / $55
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Sat Oct 17th 8:00pm ITHTF GALA - Sophisticated Fun!
Presented By ITHT Foundation
See show description $200 / $75 / $50
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Sun Oct 18th 1:00pm The “Best of” Film Series...
Rigoletto, Verdi. Performed at the Verdi Festival in Parma, Italy
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description $20 - General Admission
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Wed Oct 21st 8:00pm The “Best of” Film Series...
Cloud 9. A film by Andreas Dresen
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description $7 - General Admission
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Sat Oct 24th
8:00pm Johnny Winter
Presented By Westco Productions' Gold Star Concerts
See show description *** $75 / $65 / $55
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Sun Oct 25th 1:00pm The “Best of” Film Series...
Walk├╝re, Wagner. Performed at the Palau des les Arts, “Reina Sofia” in Valencia, Spain
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description $20 - General Admission
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Fri Oct 30th
7:30pm Honoring Peter Peyser
Presented By Irvington Historical Society
See show description **** N/C

Sat Oct 31st
10:00pm The “Best of” Film Series...
Rocky Horror Picture Show ~ A film by Jim Sharman
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description $7 - General Admission
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Sun Nov 1st
7:30pm Those Oldies But Goodies
A Fabulous Evening of Rock 'N Roll
Presented By Westco Productions' Gold Star Concerts
See show description *** $55 / $50
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Sat Nov 7th
Fri Nov 13th
Sat Nov 14th
7:30pm Camelot
Presented By Clocktower Players Adult Troupe
See show description $28 Adults
$20 Seniors & Students
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Sun Nov 8th
Sun Nov 15th
2:00pm Camelot
Presented By Clocktower Players Adult Troupe
See show description $28 Adults
$20 Seniors & Students
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Wed Nov 11th
8:00pm The “Best of” Film Series...
It Might Get Loud ~ A film by Davis Guggenheim
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description $7 - General Admission
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Sat Nov 14th
11:30am The “Best of” Film Series...
La Traviata, Verdi
Performed at Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description $20 - General Admission
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Fri Nov 20th
& Sat Nov 21st
7:00pm The Sound of Music
Presented By Broadway Training Center
Snow date: Sun Nov 22nd at 8:00pm
See show description $20 Adults
$14 Seniors & Students
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Sun Nov 22nd
3:00pm The Sound of Music
Presented By Broadway Training Center
Snow date: Sun Nov 22nd at 8:00pm
See show description $20 Adults
$14 Seniors & Students
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Wed Nov 25th
8:00pm The “Best of” Film Series...
To Be Announced
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description $7 - General Admission
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Sun Nov 29th
1:00pm The “Best of” Film Series...
Cosi Fan Tutte, Mozart. Performed at the Salzburg Festival in Salzburg, Austria
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description $20 - General Admission
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Wed Dec 2nd
8:00pm The “Best of” Film Series...
To Be Announced
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description $7 - General Admission
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Fri Dec 4th
8:15pm The Subdudes Acoustic Tour
Presented By The Mainstage Concert Series
See show description $40
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Sat Dec 5th
8:00pm Westchester Jazz Orchestra: Sax Masters: Music of Coltrane, Cannonball, Bird & More
Presented By Westchester Jazz Orchestra
Snow Date: Sun December 6th, 2009 at 7 pm
See show description ** $35 Adults;
$30 Seniors 65+;
$5 Student
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Sat Dec 5th
Sun Dec 6th
1:00pm Cinderella
Presented By Clocktower Players Kids Troupe
Snow Date: Sun Dec 6th, 2009 at 3:00pm
See show description $15 Adults
$10 Seniors & Students
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Fri Dec 11th
Sat Dec 12th
7:30pm Nutcracker Now 2009!
Presented By Sleepy Hollow PAC
See show description * $18 / $15 / $12
Call 914.909.5070
For Tickets
Sat Dec 12th
2:00pm Holiday Showcase
Presented By Sleepy Hollow PAC
See show description * $18 / $15 / $12
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For Tickets
Sun Dec 13th
7:30pm Judy Collins
Presented By Westco Productions' Gold Star Concerts
See show description *** $75 / $65 / $55
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Fri Dec 18th
8:00pm Kenny Vance and The Planotones
Presented By LAR Enterprises
See show description $50 - All Seats
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Sat Dec 19th
7pm TBA
Presented By The Play Group Theater
playgroup.org


Sat Dec 19th
11:30am The “Best of” Film Series...
The Nutcracker, Tchaikovsky. Performed by the Kirov Ballet at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description

$15 - General Admission
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Sun Dec 20th
2pm & 7pm TBA
Presented By The Play Group Theater
playgroup.org

Sun Dec 27th
1pm The “Best of” Film Series...
L’Orfeo, Monteverdi
Performed at Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description
$20 - General Admission
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Wed Dec 30th
2:30pm Jemina Puddle-Duck & The Fierce Bad Rabbit
Presented By Hudson Vagabond Puppets
See show description $12 Adults
$10 Seniors & Students
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Wed Dec 30th
8:00pm The “Best of” Film Series...
To Be Announced
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description $7 - General Admission
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2010 Shows
Sat Jan 2nd
11:30am The “Best of” Film Series...
Don Carlo, Verdi
Performed at Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description
$20 - General Admission
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Wed Jan 6th
8:00pm The “Best of” Film Series...
To Be Announced
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description
$7 - General Admission
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Fri Jan 15th
8:00pm TBA
Presented By The Little Village Playhouse
littlevillageplayhouse.com

Sat Jan 16th
8:00pm TBA
Presented By The Little Village Playhouse
Snow Date: Sunday January 17th at 7:00pm
littlevillageplayhouse.com
Fri Jan 22th
Sat Jan 23rd
7:30pm Seussical the Musical
Presented By Clocktower Players Jr. Teen Troupe
Snow Date: Sunday January 24th at 6:00pm
See show description
$18 Adults
$12 Seniors & Students
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Sun Jan 24th
1:00pm The “Best of” Film Series...
I Puritani, Bellini. Performed at Teatro Comunale in Bologna, Italy
Presented By Irvingon Town Hall Theater Commission
See show description
$20 - General Admission
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Fri Jan 29th
7:00pm Friends of the Irvington Library
4th Spelling Bee
Presented By Friends of the Irvington Library
Snow Date: Saturday January 30 at 11:00am
See show description $7
Tickets for sale at the box office
Sat Jan 30th
8:00pm Westchester Jazz Orchestra
From Bossa to Tango: Sounds of South America
Presented By Westchester Jazz Orchestra
Snow Date: January 31 at 3:00pm
See show description ** $35 Adults;
$30 Seniors 65+;
$5 Students
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Fri Feb 5th
Sat Feb 6th
7:30pm 13 - A New Musical
Presented By Clocktower Players Teen Troupe
Snow Date: Sun February 7th, 2010 at 2:00pm
See show description $20 Adults
$15 Seniors & Students
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Sat Mar 6th
8:00pm Ronnie Spector
Presented By Westco Productions' Gold Star Concerts
See show description *** $65 / $55 / $50
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Fri Mar 12th
Sat Mar 13th
7:30pm You Can't Take It With You
Presented By Clocktower Players Adult Troupe
Snow Date: TBA
See show description $28 Adults
$20 Seniors & Students
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Sun Mar 14th
2:00pm You Can't Take It With You
Presented By Clocktower Players Adult Troupe
Snow Date: TBA
See show description $28 Adults
$20 Seniors & Students
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Fri Mar 26th
& Sat Mar 27th
7:00pm Senior Ensemble Musical
Presented By Broadway Training Center
Snow Date: Sun March 28th at 8pm
See show description $20 Adults
$14 Senior & Students
Coming in the Spring
Sun Mar 28th
3:00pm Senior Ensemble Musical
Presented By Broadway Training Center
Snow Date: Sun March 28th at 8pm
See show description $20 Adults
$14 Seniors & Students
Coming in the Spring
Sat April 10th
8:00pm Westchester Jazz Orchestra: Americana
Presented By Westchester Jazz Orchestra
See show description ** $35 Adult;
$30 Seniors 65+;
$5 Students
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Fri April 16th
Sat April 17th
7:00pm Alice In Wonderland Jr.
Presented By Clocktower Players Kids Troupe
See show description $15 Adults
$10 Seniors & Students
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Sat April 17th
Sun April 18th
2:00pm Alice In Wonderland Jr.
Presented By Clocktower Players Kids Troupe
See show description $15 Adults
$10 Seniors & Students
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Fri April 23rd
& Sat April 24th
7:00pm Junior Ensemble Musical
Presented By Broadway Training Center
See show description $20 Adults
$14 Seniors & Students
Coming in the Spring
Sun April 25th
3:00pm Junior Ensemble Musical
Presented By Broadway Training Center
See show description $20 Adults
$14 Seniors & Students
Coming in the Spring
Fri April 30th
Sat May 1st
7:30pm Willy Wonka
Presented By Clocktower Players Jr. Teen Troupe
See show description $18 Adults
$12 Seniors & Students
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Fri May 7th
Sat May 8th
7:30pm TBA - A Musical
Presented By Clocktower Players Teen Troupe
See show description $20 Adults
$15 Seniors & Students
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* Group of 10 or more

** WJO Only.
WJO Subscription pricing adults & seniors
3 Concert Series - Save 10%
4 Concert Series - Save 15%
WJO Group pricing - New this season: Purchase 6 or more tickets for this concert and get 10% off those tickets

*** Seating by area in the house

**** General Admission Ticket Required



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The “Best of” Film Series at The Best Little Theater in Westchester
The silver screen comes to Irvington and lower Westchester County with the launch of Irvington Town Hall Theater’s first film series. This new venture offers a rare opportunity to experience a diverse selection of exceptional award-winning movies ranging from the best operas performed in the world's most famous opera houses, to the newest ballets from The Bolshoi, The Kirov, and La Scala to award-winning documentaries, foreign, first-run independent and classic films—no need to travel to the City or up north to see these special film gems—they will be presented right here in our own backyard.

The Irvington Town Hall Theater is proud to be joining The Emerging Pictures network of cinemas. With over 60 venues across the country, Emerging Pictures represents a union of independent film distribution and the latest digital technology. All films will be presented in crystal clear Hi-Definition.

The Fall/Winter season is filled with an abundance of must see films:

• 10/14 - 8pm - Afghan Star
• 10/18 - 1pm - Rigoletto
• 10/21 - 8pm - Cloud 9
• 10/25 - 1pm - Walkure
• 10/31 - 10pm - The Rocky Horror Picture Show
• 11/11 - 8pm - It Might Get Loud
• 11/14 - 11:30am - La Traviata
• 11/25 - 8pm - TBA
• 11/29 - 1pm - Cosi Fan Tutte
• 12/2 - 8pm - TBA
• 12/19 - 11:30am - The Nutcracker
• 12/27 - 1pm - L’Orfeo
• 12/30 - 8pm - TBA
• 1/2 - 11:30am - Don Carlo
• 1/6 - 8pm - TBA
• 1/24 - 1pm - I Puritani

Calendar September 2009 through January 2010:

9 comments:

hal samis said...

FROM THE BLOG MASTHEAD

"Welcome to the Town Supervisor's Blog of Greenburgh, NY

Another Paul Feiner initiative to make Greenburgh the most open government in the United States! Be part of the Dialogue...participate...tell us what's on your mind...!

The views expressed in this blog are the personal views of the participants who post comments on the blog and are not those of the town, town employees or town government. The Supervisors views are his alone."

I guess you can talk "open government" if all the government does is promote an entertainment calendar and run employment ads.

feiner on the wane said...

i guess feiner is a frustrated newspaper publisher

after 20 years on the job, its clear he is burning out.

paul should learn to dress. all the other officials at ardsley day were in suits and proper attire. feiner looked like a bedraggled backpacker. no wonder he wasnt asked to speak.

Anonymous said...

The longer the posting the less Feiner has to hear , Nice job Paul

Anonymous said...

Feiner spoke at the ambulance corp ceremony during Ardsley day.

Anonymous said...

Real entertainment better than the circus atmosphere on the blog

Anonymous said...

The Supervisor passed legislation which outlawed animal acts (a staple of circus enter for centuries)and so the circus per se no longer comes to Greenburgh.
Instead, the Supervisor is promoting all of Greenburgh as having a circus-like atmosphere.
All Hail Caesar!

Anonymous said...

The Supervisor didn't speak at the Ardsley library dedication where Congresswoman Lowey, County Executive Spano, County Clerk Idoni, and State Senator Stewart-Cousins gave comments. Those who did speak praised the cooperation of Elmsford and Ardsley on the expanded library.

feiner snubs villages said...

that would include the mayors of both villages

money due both these villages is owed by the valhalla school district. feiner is doing nothing to get back these ill gotten millions.

Anonymous said...

feiner snubs villages

I thought that it was a given that Mayor Leon and Mayor Willams had comments. Sorry that I omitted that in my prior posting. What was interesting is that only Councilman Morgan did not attend from the Town Council. Maybe he was planning how he would spend his "ecomonic stimulus" money, you know the extra $2,000 per year that he takes for medical coverage given that he already gets medical coverage from the Town as a retired member of the police department

I guess he'll start thinking about reelection in 18 months or so. In the meantime, take a hike. Shame on the people if you all forget about this.