This Wednesday night from 8-1. True blood/the walking dead theme. Prizes for best costume. Starting halloween early!!! Come join in the fun
——————————————————————- below are archives———————————————————–
The State Theatre of Ithaca
The 2013 – 2014 Season Calendar.
Location: 107 W. State/MLKing Jr. St. Ithaca, NY 14850 Phone: 607-277-8283 email@example.com http://www.stateofithaca.com
History: The State Theatre of Ithaca is a historic, 1600 seat theatre in the heart of Downtown Ithaca, NY. We host various events between September and June including concerts, comedians, lectures, readings, and community events. The schedule is always being updated, so check back often to see what – and who – is playing.
Tickets can be purchased at the State Theatre Box Office Tuesday-Friday 10-5 and Saturday 10-4, by calling 607-277-8283, or online at www.stateofithaca.com. On Sunday and Monday show days, the Box Office will open 2 hours before the event and close an hour afterwards.
The State Theatre of Ithaca talent buyer is Dan Smalls Presents.
Calendar as of October 1st 2013: More events will be added.
4-Oct Paula Poundstone
6-Oct Aladdin & Other Enchanting Tales
12-Oct Laurie Berkner
14-Oct Garrison Keillor
20-Oct Doc Severinsen
27-Oct Brian Regan
5-Nov Merle Haggard
7-Nov Elvis Costello Solo
15-Nov Bruce Hornsby
16-Nov Lewis Black
23-Nov The Little Engine That Could
6-Dec The Temptations
30-Jan Ladysmith Black Mambazo
1-Mar Phillip Glass
30-Mar We’re Going on a Bear Hunt
11-May The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe
Bound for Glory 47 Year:
Phil Shapiro, host of WVBR’s Bound for Glory since its inception in 1967, announces the fall schedule, the start of the 47th year of this Central New York musical tradition.
WVBR’s Bound for Glory, North America’s longest running live folk concert broadcast, broadcasts live from the Cafe at Anabel Taylor Hall at Cornell, on Sunday nights. Bound for Glory brings central New York another series of free folk concerts, on WVBR-FM, 93.5 and 105.5. They promise some excellent acoustic music, presented by long-time host Phil Shapiro.
The show runs Sunday nights from 8 to 11, with live sets at 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30. All three sets are different. Come to as many sets as you wish. Admission in the live audience at Anabel Taylor is free and is open to everyone in the area. Kids are always welcome. Refreshments are available. For further information, call Phil Shapiro at (607) 844-4535, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out about upcoming Bound for Glory shows, and about how you can help, through the Friends of Bound for Glory, by looking up www.wvbr.com on the web. Everyone can listen to Bound for Glory online. The website tells you how.
On Sept. 8, it’s John Gorka. John Gorka is one of the best and best known, of America’s singer-songwriters. He’s sometimes serious, sometimes quite bitingly funny. He’s one of the best performers around. It’s been a couple of decades since last he appeared on Bound for Glory.
Let’s welcome him back. Visit www.johngorka.com to learn more.
On Sept. 15, it’s Rockwood Ferry. This remarkable band has taken the Ithaca music scene by surprise. This is their Bound for Glory debut. Mix some of the area’s finest Old Timey musicians with the very contemporary, fluid writing of Tenzin Chopak, and you will be amazed at the results. Visit www.rockwoodferry.com to learn more.
On Sept. 22, it’s Kevin So. It’s been a long time since Kevin So was last on Bound for Glory. His writing is top notch, and he has certainly noticed that he’s one of the few Asians on the American traveling music scene. He’s a fun performer, and he’s very welcome back. Kevin So is from Nashville. Visit www.kevinso.com to learn more.
On Sept. 29, it’s John Wort Hannam. He’s from Alberta, Canada, and his songs tell stories. He’ll pull you into the place where he comes from, and tells of the people he’s met. He’s a wonderful singer, and a powerful personality. He’s been on Bound for Glory’s “must book” list for several years, now. Visit www.johnworthannam.com to learn more.
On Oct. 6, it’s Annie and the Heonists. A little pre-war jazz, a little folk and country. Annie and the Hedonists have a very distinctive, very happy sound. Please welcome four fine musicians, who have a lot of energy and style. They are from the Albany area.
Visit www.annieandthehedonists.com to learn more.
On Oct. 13, Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios, as Cornell takes Fall Break, and the Cafe at Anabel Taylor is closed. Give Phil a call at (607) 273-2121. There will be seven more live shows in the late fall, starting Oct. 20, including visits from Dana and Susan Robinson, Louise Mosrie, and Brooks Williams. Details to follow.