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  • April 22    
    Travelling from a beautiful monastery on the river island of Majuli (located on the Brahmaputra River), The Dancing Monks perform Sattriya - a form of dance-drama cultivated as a way to worship in...
  • April 22    
    Pale Sister is a dramatisation of the voice of Ismene, sister of Antigone, who recounts Antigone’s defiance of the King as pressures mount on Ismene to act to vindicate her sister, or even follow her...
  • April 22    
    A program featuring Bernstein and Tchaikovsky, directed by Jeffrey Milarsky
  • April 22    
    This evening celebrates the 50th anniversary of The King’s Singers with a reunion concert featuring past and present members of the noted British a cappella ensemble and the Distinguished Concerts...
  • April 23    
    How can the arts influence your caregiving experience? This will be the focus of the inaugural Loraine
  • April 23    
    Set in a time of leg warmers and Cold War–chill, The Americans follows two Soviet spies (Felicity’s Keri Russell and Brothers & Sisters’ Matthew Rhys) undercover as a​ troubled​ married couple...
  • April 23    
    A play exploring alternating yet co-existing perceptions of reality, and or the ties that bind a daughter, mother, and grandmother. 
  • April 23    
    The 17-piece SUNY Purchase Jazz Orchestra (PJO), under the direction of Todd Coolman, is comprised of exceedingly talented students from the Conservatory of Music’s jazz studies program. 
  • April 23    
    About the Theme Imagine a world where you experience love in every aspect of your life. The role models share their stories on how they risked it all to find the feeling of completeness.
  • April 24    SOLD OUT
    On September 11, 2001 the world stopped. On September 12, their stories moved us all. A musical about the grounded plans in Newfoundland and the people who opened their doors to the passengers.

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