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‘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 »»

The history of Caroling at Christmas

December 21, 2013 Greetings and Merry Christmas to all of our readers. I hope as the end of 2013 approaches that all is happy and bright with you and yours. more »»

‘The Sound of Music’ was not a perfect production

December 14, 2013 The Christmas season is supposed to be one of peace on earth, good will towards mankind. Sadly, it often isn’t s. more »»

Seeing triple: Three gifts for the holiday season

December 7, 2013 BEMUS POINT — Early December is one of the busiest seasons of the year for the artistic community. more »»

A cavalcade of winks

November 23, 2013 Nearly every week, we conclude this column with a number of short pieces, which we call the Winks of the Critical Eye. more »»

Fiction isn't history. History isn't fiction -- at least it shouldn't be.

November 16, 2013 I recently attended a showing at the Reg Lenna Civic Center, of the 2013 film "Lee Daniels' The Butler. more »»

The Hollywood story of ‘Burton and Taylor’

October 19, 2013 Dominic West and Helena Bonham-Carter play Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in a new film from BBC America titled ‘‘Burton and Taylor. more »»

A great week to explore the take-home arts

October 5, 2013 FALLING FOR HAMLET I receive for review, a great many more books than we're able to write about, and I must be truthful, I often set aside books intended for audiences of which I am not a member. more »»

Willow Bay to host winged ox players production

September 14, 2013 The start-up of this year's artistic season, which often delays for a few weeks after Labor Day, has come upon us bright and early, this year. more »»

Canada’s Stratford festival

August 24, 2013 STRATFORD, ONT. — Few things can be better than to do wonderful things in a wonderful place. Our annual journey to Canada's Stratford Festival is exactly such a circumstance. more »»

New and colorful works

August 17, 2013 CHAUTAUQUA — Programmers of classical music are wise to combine familiar, beloved works which are the heart and soul of our culture, with new and innovative creations which keep the art form alive... more »»

Take-home arts

August 10, 2013 Fate plays a role in the writing of this column, as it does in all aspects of life. more »»

“Falstaff” to close out Chautauqua opera season

July 27, 2013 CHAUTAUQUA — The final opera of the 2013 Chautauqua season — albeit only the third performance and the second production of the sadly truncated season — will be performed Monday evening, at Norton... more »»

Chautauqua arts programs to present combined performance of classic

July 20, 2013 CHAUTAUQUA - Very few places in the world are to be found first-rate actors, singers, dancers, musicians, technical staff, directors, choreographers, and more, all in one single place. more »»

French exhibits and Chautauqua ties to the Big City

July 6, 2013 NEW YORK — Hot Town! Summer in the City. If those words bring you memories from a hit record of 1966, by The Lovin’ Spoonful, it will give you a good idea of how my past week has progressed. more »»

Chautauqua Amphitheater to feature opera ‘Peter Grimes’

June 29, 2013 CHAUTAUQUA — Most of us, at some period in our lives, have felt as though we were completely at the mercy of life -- as though our choices and even our hardest efforts, didn't matter. more »»

 
 

 

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