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Tri-Cities Opera Announces

The Tragedy of Carmen

  To close its 69th season, Tri-Cities Opera (TCO) will present The Tragedy of Carmen, a 90-minute adaptation of Bizet’s original opera reimagined by Stage Director Peter Brook. The production had its premiere in 1981 at New York’s Lincoln Center. Performance dates are Friday, April 27th and May 4th at 7:30pm and Sunday, April 29th and May 6th at 3:00pm in the Opera Center’s intimate Savoca Hibbitt Hall at 315 Clinton Street in Binghamton. The opera will be performed straight through...
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Jazzed at the Firehouse Stage

Celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month

Jazz Sessions

Monday, April 23 at 7PM $10 (more…)...
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Bravo Broadway is Coming in May!

Back by popular demand, Opera does Broadway in this musical review!

Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 7:30pm - one night only! Our top-notch 2017-2018 Resident Artists sing their "farewell" at this rollicking evening of Broadway favorites! We've shaken up the format to offer "Broadway for Everyone". We'll shuffle a deck of songs and you vote to choose the finale in our "Show Tune Shuffle": $1 for 1 vote or $10 for an arm's length! Concessions will also be available in the lobby....
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Roberson ‘Pays It Forward’ with New Admission Program

Roberson extends Museum access to all community members

Roberson Museum and Science Center announced the start of its Pay It Forward admission program, expanding access to the Museum for those unable to cover the cost of admission. This program will ensure everyone has the opportunity to explore the science, art, and culture within Roberson’s halls. “Access to arts and cultural activities is essential to the feeling of community,” said Michael Grasso, Executive Director of Roberson. “With this program we ask...
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EPAC's Kid Summer Workshop

Registration Begins May 1st

Workshop Dates are June 25 - August 12 The KIDS Summer Workshop is a seven week theatre workshop starting June 25th, where the students attend classes Mondays and Thursdays 5pm to 7pm at the Endicott Performing Arts Center. (more…)...
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EPAC's Teen Summer Workshop

Registration Begins May 1st

Workshop Dates are June 25 - July 13 The Teen Workshop is a three week theatre workshop starting June 25th, where the students attend classes Mondays thru Fridays 9am to 1pm at the Endicott Performing Arts Center. (more…)...
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How Propaganda “Sold” a Nation on Going to War

Roberson’s  latest exhibit “Propaganda: Selling A War” explores the media’s role in changing American attitudes towards The Great War.

Exhibit opens through October. Propaganda: Selling A War explores the imagery and music that inspired a generation of Americans to take up arms in the first World War. This exhibit leads visitors back to a time when neutrality--staying out of international conflicts—was the cultural mindset. Read more