Your Best Bets: What to Do This Weekend (and Beyond)
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Patrice’s Picks: This Week’s Three Best Bets
1. Disaster! by Sarah Lawrence College Theatre Program (3/31)
Disaster never sounded so funny! Enjoy an evening of song and comedy as the Sarah Lawrence College Theatre Program performs a show filled with songs of the 1970s with a theme that pays homage to the disaster films of the 1970s. Created and written by Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick, Disaster! promises to have you rolling in the aisles. The show is directed by Bryelle Burgus and choreographed by Alex Guhde.
Sarah Lawrence College- The Wright Theatre (PAC)
1 Mead Way
2. Planetarium Show: The Girl Who Walked Upside Down (4/2)
Imagine walking upside down and looking at the world? That is just what this Planetarium Show does as it follows a girl’s adventure one spring day after a storm. Recommended for ages 4-7, the 33-minute show can be enjoyed by the whole family. A question and answer period follows. Masks are required and reservations are strongly recommended.
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Ave
3. Mikki Shepard to speak at the 2022 Jandon Business of the Arts Distinguished Lecture at Purchase (4/4)
Mikki Shepard will be the featured speaker for the 2022 Jandon Business of the Arts Distinguished Lecture at Purchase College at 6:30 p.m. With the arts industry hit especially hard during the pandemic, Shepard will focus on next steps for the creative
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