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Saturday Work Days are Working Out

08/10/2011 08/10/2011

Saturday Work Days are Working Out

Volunteers have been working hard to redesign the lobby of the Rosendale Theatre.  Donating their time and expertise on a few choice Saturday mornings made all the difference. Join Us.  Saturday dates are listed on our website in the SPECIAL EVENTS LINK.  There’s one coming up on November 12th!!!! Please contact Sam at spierce@prg.com if […]

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Use ’em or lose em’!

09/15/2011 09/15/2011

Use ’em or lose em’!

After a year and a half of new ownership, we will be retiring the Cacchios’ red tickets as of Dec 31, 2011.  Please spread the word!

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10/27/2012 10/27/2012

Capital Campaign

The Rosendale Theatre is proud to present our renovation plans! Click on the above title to see more information!

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Wednesday, October 17th - Thursday, October 18th, 2018

Far from the Tree

Far from the Tree

1:00 pm | $6 MATINEE | 1h 33min | Documentary
Q&A with Emily Kingsley who is in the film on Weds, 10/17, 1 pm matinee

FAR FROM THE TREE is filmmaker Rachel Dretzin’s adaptation of author Andrew Solomon’s bestselling book, exploring how parents and children work to reconcile profound differences within the context of their families. An examination of the beautiful complexity of human experience, and inspired by Solomon’s own story of growing up gay, FAR FROM THE TREE features families who offer intimate access to how they experience surprise, resilience, sorrow, courage, hope, and joy. Families featured present the “challenges and rewards” inherent in raising a child with Down syndrome, autism, dwarfism and even homicidal sociopathy. It is also a richly drawn portrait of the power of diversity, challenging our conventional understanding of normalcy and celebrating the limitless potential of the human spirit in all of its wondrous forms.

10/17, 1:00 pm, Q & A afterward with Emily Perl Kingsley

Emily Perl Kingsley has worked in television since 1970, including 45 years as a writer for SESAME STREET (winner of 23 Emmy Awards).  She spearheaded the groundbreaking inclusion of individuals with disabilities and disability curriculum in SESAME STREET and has won dozens of awards for this work (including a Secretary’s Award from the United States Department of Health and Human Services). Parent of a son with Down syndrome, Emily has been an advocate and spokesperson for disability rights, giving countless lectures and presentations on “Inclusion in the Media.” Among other things, she is the author of the well-known inspirational essay “Welcome to Holland” and a CBS-TV Movie, ”Kids Like These,” starring Tyne Daly, Richard Crenna and five young actors with Down syndrome, Her son, Jason Kingsley, with his friend Mitchell Levitz, are the authors of the award-winning book COUNT US IN:GROWING UP WITH DOWN SYNDROME. Most recently, Emily and Jason are subjects in the Sundance Select documentary FAR FROM THE TREE.

 

Wednesday, October 17th, 2018

Music Fan Film Series Presents Louis Armstrong Duets

Music Fan Film Series Presents Louis Armstrong Duets

7:15 pm

Will Friedwald, noted jazz and pop music critic and author of nine books on jazz and popular music, will present a show of video clips of Louis Armstrong singing duets with stars of stage and screen.

Armstrong will be singing with Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Jimmy Durante, Mahalia Jackson, Rex Harrison, Johnny Cash, Danny Kaye, Dizzy Gillespie, Billie Holiday, Perry Como, and other stars. The show will include a rarely seen animation of Armstrong singing a duet with Ella Fitzgerald.