A new play from the creators of The Calamari Sisters,
based on actual letters written by real daughters to their mothers.
“Dear Mom is…for anyone who has ever had a mother, knows a mother, or is or will be a mother.” – Paulanne Simmons, New York Theater Wire
Linda is a 45 year-old control freak with mommy issues. Joan is her feisty mother with a talent for saying the wrong thing. Two women who know exactly how to push each other’s buttons. One last family feud. Based on letters written by real life daughters to their mothers, DEAR MOM tackles the tears and laughter that go hand-in-hand with a mother-daughter relationship.
February 26th & March 5th at 7:30pm
February 27th & March 6th at 8:00pm
February 28th & March 7th at 2:00pm & 8:00pm
March 1st & March 8th at 3:00pm
||02/26/2015, 02/27/2015, 02/28/2015, 03/01/2015, 03/05/2015, 03/06/2015, 03/07/2015, 03/08/2015
||Auburn Public Theater
8 Exchange St.
Auburn, NY 13021
||$25/Ticket, $20/Ticket groups of 10 or more, $10/Student
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Nate Taylor is a folk singer/songwriter from Stroudsburg, PA. While working a two year stint in corporate New York City, he realized his true dream was to travel and play music. In February he left NYC to drive around the USA, write music, and perform. Now back east, Nate is excited to share his music with family, friends, and fans. Life on the road has given Nate a deep repertoire of original music covering the central themes of life and love from the perspective of a young man coming of age in modern America. His guitar playing has been compared to the stylings of Nick Drake while his voice is more evocative of classical singers like Josh Groban and Andrea Bocelli.
For this Sunday Music Series Nate will be performing with college friend and choir-mate Meg Clary. Meg performs all over CNY both as a vocalist and an actor.
Sam Morril, one of the fastest rising comics in New York City, is also one of the best joke writers in the scene today. How do you know that’s true? Because he is writing this bio, and he wouldn’t lie about that to get extra work. He won March Madness 2010 at Comix, has performed in a Friars Roast, and was featured in a 4-page spread in the Daily News as “one of the four funniest in New York?” He then won the Laughing Skull Festival in Atlanta, beating out over 600 applicants. Sam was recently named a 2011 “Comic to Watch” by Comedy Central. His comedy can be heard on Sirius XM radio, and he’s a regular at all the top clubs in the city, all at the tender and supple age of 25. Come see Sam before his ego gets too big to do small rooms.
Kohlton and his crew will play a mix of traditional and new-age music. You will enjoy both originals and covers as Kohlton wows you with his dexterity on the guitar and seduces you with his sultry, bluesy voice.
“With its vividly drawn world and characters, the movie doesn’t presume to encompass the entirety of what it means to be black, but it does give one of the most entertaining and honest depictions of black life in a so-called “white” world in years.” – Zeba Blay of Indiewire
A campus culture war between blacks and whites at a predominantly white school comes to a head when the staff of a humor magazine stages an offensive Halloween party.
Winner of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival’s Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent, Dear White People is a sly, provocative satire of race relations in the age of Obama. Writer/director Justin Simien follows a group of African American students as they navigate campus life and racial politics at a predominantly white college in a sharp and funny feature film debut that earned him a spot on Variety’s annual “10 Directors to Watch.”