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By George Basler Some sad news came in over the holidays: The Art Mission and Theater gave up the ghost after showing independent films in downtown Binghamton for the past 10 years. I can’t say I was totally surprised. Sometimes I wondered how the place hung on for so long as it had, given the movie market here in Binghamton. Nonetheless, it was disheartening for me as a movie buff. Some of my friends would put the theater down, comparing it unfavorably to Cinemapolis, an independent movie house...
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EDITOR's NOTE: This fall, BAMirror is chatting with recently appointed leaders of local arts organizations. Today we talk with Rebecca Sheriff, the new executive director of the Art Mission and Theater in downtown Binghamton. Sheriff, it should be noted, is a former reviewer for BAMirror. By George Basler With gas prices being the way they are, film enthusiasts should tip their hats to the Art Mission and Theater in downtown Binghamton. Located at 61 Prospect Ave., the small, two-screen theater -- with a total of 78 seats -- shows independent,...
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Did you find artful ways to begin the month of June? BAMirror's Rebecca Sheriff was at Half Light Theatre's production of No Exit (see review below). I caught the wonderful Downtown Singers concert on Saturday -- kudos to Alan Crab and all the soloists, singers and orchestra members. How about you? Did you "art walk"? Were you at the final Madrigal Singers concert of the season? Please share....
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Did you enjoy a festive First Friday (or First Satuday)? Were you at the CHOW concert, Amahl, a tree lighting or a church pageant? BAMirror's Rebecca Sheriff attended The Nutcracker (see review below); how about you? I was once again wowed by the choral performers at Union-Endicott High School. How have you been sampling the arts in this holiday season?...
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