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The Delaware Valley Opera was back in fine form with their second concert of the summer. “Liars! Lovers! Libertines! Or A Feast of Opera Scenes” was packed with powerhouse vocals and … more
It was a joyous night for music at the Delaware Valley Opera’s (DVO) opening night on July 10th at the Barn at Callicoon Hills. “Feisty! Frivolous! Frothy!” offered a wide selection … more
Can I just proclaim out loud how absolutely joyous I am that live theatre is back?! Praise the Lord! Alleluia! Oh, and how fitting is it that the Forestburgh Playhouse opens their main stage season … more
There’s always been something about the 1960s that fascinated me. The changing fashions; the fact that people went out dancing; the idea that young people went out and protested in the street … more
There is a famous legend of Napoleon Bonaparte, emperor of the French Empire, who entered a Synagogue on the day of Tisha B’av and saw Jews- men and women- weeping. Tisha B’av is a day of … more
Shakespeare once called music the food of love, and if music is the food of love, then musical theater, in this reviewer’s opinion, is a feast of life. Forestburgh Playhouse kicked off its 75th … more
Together We Will Go by J. Michael Straczynski (Scout Press). Another smart, nervy novel by a person who also writes for television and film and comics…would be one way to introduce this … more
Last Best Hope: America in Crisis and Renewal by George S. Packer (Farrar, Straus and Giroux). If you took my urgent advice just a few weeks ago and read Louis Menand’s great short history of … more
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