Kinloch Nelson&Loren Barrigar Auburn Public Theatre
Friday, April 30th, 2010 @ 8:00pm
KINLOCH NELSON, a solo fingerstyle guitarist/singer, creates a synthesis of folk, jazz, classical, American popular music, and original compositions, from J.S. Bach to the blues and may include references to Miles Davis, Schubert, Flatt and Scruggs, The Ventures, and the occasional TV theme.
LOREN BARRIGAR is one of the regions top acoustic guitarists and performer. Playing tunes from country to roots to classic American music, his show is always a crowd pleaser.
$15 advance/door Learn More
Artistic Producing Director: Angela Daddabbo
Managing Director/Rentals: Carey Eidel
The Auburn Public Theatre Oscars Party
Sunday, March 7th, 2010 @ 7:00pm
Red Carpet Entrance Ceremony plus Pizza & WIngs and Cocktail hour witha Live telecast of the award ceremony in our Cinema. The music stylings of Bob Lyna and Special music performances and the dance stylings of…Absolute Dance Company. You Don’t want to miss this opportunity to support Auburn Public Theater!
$8.00 in advance or at the door Learn More at http://www.auburnpublictheater.org/donate.html
PROFESSOR LOUIE AND THE CROWMATIX
Aaron Professor “Louie” Hurwitz- Multi-instrumentalist – Hammond organ/keyboards/accordion and exceptional vocalist. He was tagged Prof. “Louie” by The Band vocalist/bassist Rick Danko while performing together as a duo. Prof. Louie co-produced, engineered and performed on The Band’s last three CD’s, “Jericho”, “High On The Hog” and “Jubilation”. Other production credits include two CD’s with Ireland’s Four Men and A Dog, The David Nelson Band’s Visions’ Under The Moon, Rick Danko’s CD’s “Live On Breeze Hill” & “Times Like These” , produced and played with The Crowmatix on “The Sea To The North” by Garth Hudson. He has performed with Graham Parker, toured and recorded with Mercury Rev on their acclaimed CD’s & Guy Davis. Early in his career, he was the pianist and organist for the The Mighty Gospel Giants Of Brooklyn. Recently, Louie made an instructional DVD for Homespun Tapes – “Rock & Blues Accordion”. In the last two years, Louie traveled three times to Novosibirsk, Siberia, Russia where he taught students English through singing and performed with many musical groups there. A documentary of his experiences “Woodstock-Siberia Blues Express” was featured in the 2007 Woodstock Film Festival and The International Maine Film Festival.
MARIE SPINOSA – Miss Marie from Brooklyn, NY – singer/songwriter, pianist/percussionist had performed for many years in concert with her own groups in the tri-state area. Marie toured the college circuit before moving to upstate NY. She has co-written many of the songs on Professor “Louie” & The Crowmatix releases. Miss Marie’s strong vocals and percussion can be heard on varied recordings: “Deserter’s Song” by Mercury Rev, “Jubilation” by The Band and also with Four Men & A Dog. Her soulful background vocals are featured on Rick Danko’s “Sip The Wine” single CD and also on Rick Danko’s “Times Like These” CD. Marie’s percussion can be heard on Garth Hudson’s CD “The Sea To
The North”. Miss Marie has a solo CD with The Crowmatix Collection.
GARY BURKE has held an esteemed career as drummer for Bob Dylan, Graham Parker and many others & best known to the public for his long tenure on drums on over a dozen albums with Joe Jackson. Starting in 1983 with the release of the Top Ten Gold album “Body and Soul”, Gary continued on into the 90s with Joe in a mind-boggling mix of musical landscapes of gold, platinum and Grammy winning albums combined with many world tours and media profiles such as in Modern Drummer Magazine. Gary was the drummer and percussionist for The Radio City Music Hall Orchestra for four years during the 80’s.
FRANK CAMPBELL – played bass with The Rick Danko, Levon Helm duo tours of the 70’s and early 80’s. From there, he moved on playing with Steve Forbert and later relocated to Austin, TX where he worked
with Asleep At The Wheel for ten years in the studio and on the road. Frank moved back to The Woodstock area and teamed up with “Louie”.
JOSH COLOW – From Woodstock, New York – An in demand rhythm & blues guitarist, Josh has toured The United States and Europe with Jesse Winchester with his own groups and solo. Josh was signed to
EMI Europe and had a #1 hit in Italy with his group TiPiCal in the ‘90’s. He has worked in the studio with Livingston Taylor, Artie Traum.
For more info: www.woodstockrecords.com www.myspace.com/professorlouie or www.youtube.com/professorlouie
Welcome to the Auburn Public Theatre Cinema.
All films are $5 .
Enjoy our comfortable seating and dynamite sound system!
Fri/Sat February 13, 14, 2009
Harold & Maude
Black comedies don’t come much blacker than this cult favorite from 1972, and they don’t come much funnier, either. It seemed that director Hal Ashby was the perfect choice to mine a mother lode of eccentricity from the original script by Colin Higgins, about the unlikely romance between a death-obsessed 19-year-old named Harold (Bud Cort) and a life-loving 79-year-old widow named Maude (Ruth Gordon). They meet at a funeral, and Maude finds something oddly appealing about Harold, urging him to “reach out” and grab life by the lapels as opposed to dwelling morbidly on mortality. Harold grows fond of the old gal–she’s a lot more fun than the girls his mother desperately matches him up with–and together they make Harold & Maude one of the sweetest and most unconventional love stories ever made. Much of the earlier humor arises from Harold’s outrageous suicide fantasies, played out as a kind of twisted parlor game to mortify his mother, who’s grown immune to her strange son’s antics. Gradually, however, the film’s clever humor shifts to a brighter outlook and finally arrives at a point where Harold is truly happy to be alive. Featuring soundtrack songs by Cat Stevens, this comedy certainly won’t appeal to all tastes (it was a box-office flop when first released), but if you’re on its quirky wavelength, it might just strike you as one of the funniest movies you’ve ever seen.
GURUNAM SINGH with Nirinjan Kaur
October 30th, 2008
Auburn Public Theater
108 Genesee Street
Auburn, NY 13021
Thursday, October 30th, at 7:30PM. Tickets: $21 in advance at our box office, or $31 at the door.