YER Productions: Belle Dame Sana Merci
Cocoon Soiree Series Monday September 25th at 7:00 pm presents
“Gruesome Playground Injuries” by Rajiv Joseph
A reading of this psycho-comedy curated by Tracy Carney.
HVFG’s – “Beyond a Simple Folk Song”
“Beyond a Simple Folk Song”
Sunday, Sept. 24, 2:00pm
Cunneen- Hackett Arts Center, 12 Vassar St., Poughkeepsie, NY
Admission $12 Info: 845-229-0170, email@example.com
* Escape to Freedom is a dramatic reading of a short play by Maryellen Joncyk. Kevin Becker has added original music to this true story of Beacon resident Hung Truong’s escape from Vietnam after the fall of Saigon.
* Jim Pospisil – will present an original song cycle that is light-hearted, auto-biographical &draws from motifs and tunes that have pervaded pop culture. Jim also adds his song “Different” to “Escape to Freedom”
* Piedmont Bluz Acoustic Duo – will apply the “folk process” to blues songs written by Blind Willie McTell, Elizabeth Cotton & the Carter family.
* Magpie – will present a song cycle from their latest CD recording “When We Stand Together” – songs of the IWW, Joe Hill, and the labor movement.
This project is made possible, in part, through funding from Dutchess Tourism, Inc. and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson.
Murder at the Vassar Brewery or Whatever Ales You? by Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center
The Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center, in partnership with the talented theater troupe from the Murder Café, Inc. present Murder at the Vassar Brewery or (Whatever Ales You?) on Saturday evening September 30th, 2017 staring at 6:30 pm. The beautiful Victorian Italianate buildings at 9 and 12 Vassar Street will set the scenes for an historic encounter of the murdering kind. During a sumptuous buffet dinner, up to one hundred distinguished guests will try to solve a period murder mystery involving the Vassar name. Admission is only $70 per person which includes appetizers, entrée, dessert, drinks and interactive sleuthing for prizes. Guests are welcome to wear Victorian costumes for prizes as well.
For more information and tickets go to:
or call 845 486-4571.
A very special thank you to our generous sponsors and supporters of this Fall Fundraising Event–
McCabe & Mack Attorneys at Law
Levine & Levine
Sharon & John Gates, Wilfred & Carole Rohde
Salisbury Bank & Trust Company, Rhinebeck Bank, Hyde Park Brewing Company, Stewart’s Shops, The law firm of Levine & Levine
Please consider Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center for your end of the year tax donation credit.
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“Drum Circle and Poetry- The Big Read highlights Joy Harjo’s “How We Became Human”
10/21 at 7:00 pm on the Event Calendar “Drum Circle and Poetry- The Big Read highlights Joy Harjo’s “How We Became Human”.