Live Shows

Tales of the Hudson Valley

Tales of the Hudson Valley

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

11:00 am | $10/$10 members/$6 children| 1 hour | Live performance

Tales of the Hudson Valley

Tales of the Hudson Valley

Saturday, October 8th, 2016

11:00 am *Sensory-friendly performance & 4:00 pm | $12/$10/$6 children/$22 family of 4| 1 hour | Live performance

Rosendale Theatre invites you to celebrate the harvest season with “Tales of the Hudson Valley” a live reader’s theater performance adapted from Washington Irving’s “Rip Van Winkle” and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.”

The 11:00 am performance will be a special Sensory-Friendly performance (*Sensory-friendly performances are designed to create a performing arts experience that is welcoming to all families with children with autism or with other disabilities that create sensory sensitivities.)

The 4:00 pm performance will be for the general public. Directed by Ann Citron, featuring actors Virginia Ferri, Bruce Pileggi and Edward Schoelwer (who play 22 different characters!), with live music/sound effects by Fre Atlast, “Tales” is made to delight the entire family.

Tales of the Hudson Valley

Tales of the Hudson Valley

Saturday, October 8th, 2016

4:00 pm | $12/$10/$6 children/$22 family of 4 | 1 hour | Live performance

Rosendale Theatre invites you to celebrate the harvest season with “Tales of the Hudson Valley” a live reader’s theater performance adapted from Washington Irving’s “Rip Van Winkle” and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.”

Directed by Ann Citron, featuring actors Virginia Ferri, Bruce Pileggi and Edward Schoelwer (who play 22 different characters!), with live music/sound effects by Fre Atlast, “Tales” is made to delight the entire family.

Engaging Lectures with Everyday Experts (ELEE) Series inspired by TEDx

Engaging Lectures with Everyday Experts (ELEE) Series inspired by TEDx

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016

7:15 pm – 9:45  | $10

– JOHN MICHELOTTI, mycologist – The Future of Mushrooms – Health and Bioremediation
– JOEL ELDER, distiller, owner-operator at Quita Essentia – Heirloom Grains in the Hudson Valley and the
Past and Future of Distilling Culture
– STEPHANIE HERTEL, herbalist, garden coordinator at the Anderson Center for Autism – Horticultural
Therapy and Herbalism in Autism Spectrum Communities

Artist’s New Work Forum Presents Sheila Dee & The Dazzlers

Artist’s New Work Forum Presents Sheila Dee & The Dazzlers

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

7:15 pm | Free admission  | 90 minutes | Live musical performance

Artist’s New Work Forum Presents: I Do Too by Nina Shengold

Artist’s New Work Forum Presents: I Do Too by Nina Shengold

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

7:15 pm | Free Admission | 1 hr 40 min | Live staged screenplay reading

Engaging Lectures with Everyday Experts (ELEE) Series inspired by TEDx

Engaging Lectures with Everyday Experts (ELEE) Series inspired by TEDx

Tuesday, November 8th, 2016

7:15 pm – 9:45  | $10

– BARBARA BASH, calligrapher, illustrator, author, performance artist – The Leap to Letters; The Evolution
from Natural Forms, to Pictograms, to Letters
– SARAH URECH, assistant director of the Omega Women’s Leadership Conference, actress, vocalist –
Playback Theatre, Presence, and Community-building
– ARTEM REPIN, Native-American style flute-builder – The Magic and Music of Emptiness

Engaging Lectures with Everyday Experts (ELEE) Series inspired by TEDx

Engaging Lectures with Everyday Experts (ELEE) Series inspired by TEDx

Tuesday, December 13th, 2016

7:15 pm – 9:45  | $10

– DAVID BROWNSTEIN, founder and executive director at Wild Earth – Nature-Based Education for All
– CASSIDY BARNES, inventor, mathematician, metal worker – The Mathematics of Nature and the Future
of Human Systems
– DIANA SEILER L.M.T, massage therapist, massage instructor, mindfulness instructor – The Origins of
Thai Massage, and the Future of Healing Touch in The Paradigm of Modern Medicine