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Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   One year ago, as of Sept. 13, a group of artists tried something. They opened a space for art of all kinds that was designed to be malleable, never staying the same for long. … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   The Cherry Arts Space isn’t just a theater. It’s exactly what the name implies, a space for art. All kinds of art. From within this theme of accepting and collecting all … more
  The Cherry Arts announced its upcoming season least week a release to the media. Local theater enthusiasts will be excited to see a mix of local and international selections. From the Cherry … more
By Sue Henninger Tompkins Weekly   “Bright Half Life”, Tanya Barfield, Kitchen Theatre Company, through March 18, 272-0570, kitchentheatre.org. No intermission. Tanya Barfield’s simple, yet complex … more
By Sue Henninger Tompkins Weekly   Ironbound, Martyna Majok, Kitchen Theatre Company, through February 4, 272-0570, www.kitchentheatre.org. No intermission.   Ironbound, by Martyna Majok, … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff   Running to Places (R2P), a local youth theater company that brings together middle and high school students, is preparing to bring another unique show to a local stage. A magical collaboration … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly   Local photographer Harrison Rumsey will highlight his varied subject interests – ranging from local to tropical views, day and night, and everything in between – when his … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff   If it is the holiday season, it must be time for the Cherry Arts’ production of “The Snow Queen.” The Cherry’s version of Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale (which … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly   There’s something in the air this time of year in Trumansburg, a whiff of holiday spirit that permeates throughout its downtown. Whether there’s snow or not, the … more
By Sue Henninger Tompkins Weekly   Every Brilliant Thing, Duncan Macmillan with Jonny Donahoe, Kitchen Theatre Company, through December 10, (607) 272-0570, KitchenTheatre.org. No intermission. Audience … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff   The Kitchen Theatre doesn’t just have a new play on stage, it has new artwork in its gallery. The exhibition “Abstracting the Figure: Paintings by Michael Sampson” is on display in the … more
By Eric Banford Tompkins Weekly The Discovery Trail is a museum-library partnership between eight member organizations that have been collaborating for nearly two decades to help visitors explore nature, science, and culture. … more
By Sue Henninger Tompkins Weekly Brahman/i, by Aditi Brennan Kapil Kitchen Theatre Company, through October 29, (607) 272-0570, KitchenTheatre.org. No intermission. The regional premiere of “Brahman/i: A One-Hijra … more
By Eric Banford Tompkins Weekly Calling all dragon boaters – or those who have been wanting to know more about the unique activity – a festival this weekend will allow that experience as well as raise money for disaster … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly With an eye firmly on its past, Dryden is showcasing its history this weekend during Homestead Heritage Day. Taking place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, October 7, at the historic … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff Everything apple is about to invade downtown Ithaca for the 35th year. The annual Apple Harvest Festival will take place Friday, September 29, through Sunday, October 1, on the Commons. Friday’s … more
By Reanna Lavine Tompkins Weekly “Are you working hard enough? Are you keeping up our legacy?” The attentive gazes of 15 New York suffragists ask this of us in a new exhibition by Ithaca-born artist Christine Nobles … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff X Ambassadors, the platinum-selling rock band whose founding members hail from Ithaca, are returning to their roots next weekend as they host the inaugural Cayuga Sound Festival. Not only will the … more
By Eric Banford Tompkins Weekly For local actors and theatergoers, there’s a new place to play – The Cherry Artspace. Already part of the numerous quality theater companies in the area, The Cherry is opening its … more
By Sue Henninger Tompkins Weekly “Smart People,” by Lydia R. Diamond, Kitchen Theatre Company, through September 24, 272-0570, www.kitchentheatre.org. Brief intermission.   The Kitchen … more
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