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Radio personality Jim Roselle pens book

November 15, 2014 A few weeks ago, I mentioned that I was delighted to learn that Jim Roselle, radio personality on WJTN, had written a book about his 60-year career of broadcasting, in the role of something of a big... more »»

JCC Uncommoners presents ‘Les Miserables’

November 8, 2014 Last night, if all has gone according to plan, the Uncommoners of James-town Community College opened their latest musical production: the gigantic and challenging musical version of the novel which... more »»

Hysteria keeping ‘Death of Klinghoffer’ out of Fredonia Opera House

November 1, 2014 Would you like a serving of truth with your art? Many people would not. more »»

A look at books available on the market today

October 25, 2014 The book is still the core of civilization. more »»

‘Souvenir’ based on life of Florence Foster Jenkins

October 4, 2014 PITTSBURGH — Some readers have accused me of only liking heavy, classical performances. more »»

Fall season heating up throughout the region

September 20, 2014 Cold and rain seem to be the order of the day for weather, at least at the time of this writing. But the fall season for the arts is just heating up, and there’s plenty of heat to go around. more »»

A look at the upcoming autumn arts season

September 13, 2014 The calendar promises us a few more days of official summer, but Labor Day is past, classes have resumed, and for most of us, that means it’s autumn. more »»

Winged Ox Players to perform adaptation of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

September 6, 2014 In 1960, novelist Harper Lee published a book in which she proclaimed, ‘‘It’s a sin to kill a mockingbird. more »»

Thoughts on a local book and two recordings

August 16, 2014 The summer of 2014 has taken on the nature of a roller coaster, dodging and moving too quickly to be analyzed or to be thought about for more than a moment. more »»

‘The Ballad of Baby Doe’ to be performed twice

July 19, 2014 CHAUTAUQUA — While it may seem that the 2014 Chautauqua season is just beginning, in fact we’re nearly halfway through, and the final opera of the season will have only two performances, on Friday o... more »»

Studio Metro Underground to debut ‘7 Years’

June 7, 2014 On Friday and Saturday of the coming week, theater-goers will have the chance to see a world premiere performance of a new play, by an anonymous author from our community. more »»

Paying tribute to volunteers

May 31, 2014 Last Monday, our nation came together in celebration of the annual Memorial Day Holiday. The day is an occasion for U.S. more »»

A preview of Canada’s spring performing arts

May 17, 2014 Only a short drive from our area, there are three wonderful, world class arts festivals preparing to thrill us, entertain us, teach us, comfort us and all the many other things which the arts can do... more »»

Comments on ‘Kill Your Darlings’

May 10, 2014 Incidents have been reported back to the earliest pages of the Bible, in which certain people can be induced into taking actions which are counter to their own best interests, by people whom they... more »»

‘Critical Eye’ celebrates 34 years of examining the arts

April 5, 2014 Welcome to this week’s column as “Critical Eye” moves into our 35th year of examining the arts, locally and on a national and international scale. more »»

Arts lovers to enjoy biographical play at Jackson Center

March 22, 2014 Chautauqua County's reputation as a rich locale for lovers of theater and the arts will be growing another bump richer within the coming week. Next Saturday at the Robert H. more »»

Honoring Shirley Temple and Sid Caesar

March 1, 2014 Today, we want to remind you of the lives of two giants of popular performing arts: Shirley Temple and Sid Caesar. more »»

A focus on ‘Winks of the Critical Eye’

February 1, 2014 Almost every week, we end our column with a series of short announcements which are called “Winks of the Critical Ey. more »»

‘The Dining Room’ holds up a mirror to ourselves

January 25, 2014 It has been said for many centuries that the proper study of mankind is man, yet some people not only resist that suggestion, they positively pride themselves on a lack of self-examination. more »»

 
 

 

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