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Arts and Entertainment

April 26, 2013

Area Arts Briefs

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The next Middleburgh Library concert will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday, featuring political satire singer Roy Zimmerman. Zimmerman’s “decidedly lefty” original songs are about class warfare, creationism, same-sex marriage, guns, marijuana, abstinence, Republicans, ignorance, war and greed, according to a media release.

In 12 albums over 20 years and on stages, screens and airwaves across America, Zimmerman has brought the sting of satire to the struggle for peace and social justice, hte r elease said.  Zimmerman’s stage show “Live From theStarving Ear” is 90 minutes of original satirical songs, many of them
co-written with his wife, Melanie Harby.

Zimmerman founded and wrote all the material  for the comedy folk quartet The Foremen, who recorded four albums, two of them for Warner/ Reprise Records. The Foremen were featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered,” and many other syndicated talk radio shows. 

 Ensemble auditions to be scheduled 

Sing A Song Of Broadway & Co., an independent Oneonta-based production company, is auditioning young singer and actors for the chorus/ ensemble for  ages 14 and older, as well as a small junior ensemble for ages 12 and older, for the musical, “You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown.” Performances ,with the permission of Tams-Witmark Music Library Inc., will take place June 28 and 29 in the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall in Oneonta. Those auditioning should come prepared to sing a song from the show, or another well-known musical, and bring a list of any experience in singing, dancing or  acting. Enthusiastic and cooperative beginners are welcome.

Call Jeannie or Greg Langdon at 287-8669 to arrange for an individual audition time.

A parent’s presence is requested at auditions for junior ensemble members.

 

Arts event to help fight hunger 

Five years after the onset of the financial crisis, hunger remains high in the U.S. and in central New York, organizers of a benefit concert said in a media  elease. TheEarlville Opera House and Treasures of the Heart of NY are joining forces to get the word out about hunger in the community. The opening  oncert of the EOH Summer Season on May 4 will be a joint benefit to raise awareness while celebrating arts and music. The event will start at 7:30 p.m. with music from Tumbleweed Highway, Rabbit in the Rye, Pamme Swan and Caitlin Grossjung. Donations will benefit Madison, Hamilton and Earlville food cupboards.

Tickets, at $8 for adults and $5 for students or youths, are on sale and can be reserved by calling (315) 691-3550 or visiting www.earlvilleoperahouse.
com. Seating is reserved with premium seating in front rows.

 

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