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Hers & His: Allyson Levy & Scott Serrano

THROUGH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23, 2019

Hers & His: Allyson Levy & Scott Serrano

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

The Catskill Mountain Foundation (CMF) continues its 2019 exhibition series at the Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery this Fall with Hers & His: 25 Years of Art & Marriage, featuring selected works by artists Allyson Levy and Scott Serrano

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Abominable

November 8 - 17, 2019

Abominable

DOCTOROW CENTER FOR THE ARTS, VILLAGE OF HUNTER, NY

Three teenagers must help a Yeti return to his family while avoiding a wealthy man and a zoologist who want it for their own needs

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Judy (AT THE ORPHEUM, TANNERSVILLE)

November 8 - 17, 2019

Judy (AT THE ORPHEUM, TANNERSVILLE)

ORPHEUM FILM AND PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, VILLAGE OF TANNERSVILLE, NY

Legendary performer Judy Garland arrives in London in the winter of 1968 to perform a series of sold-out concerts.       “Director Rupert Goold and resurgent star Renée Zellweger have pulled off something unusual and affecting in Judy: a biographical portrait in which performer and subject meet halfway, illuminating something of each other in the process.”—Guy Lodge, Variety

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Where's My Roy Cohn?

November 8 - 17, 2019

Where's My Roy Cohn?

DOCTOROW CENTER FOR THE ARTS, VILLAGE OF HUNTER, NY

Roy Cohn personified the dark arts of American politics, turning empty vessels into dangerous demagogues

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Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

November 15 - 17, 2019

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

DOCTOROW CENTER FOR THE ARTS, VILLAGE OF HUNTER, NY

Maleficent and Aurora begin to question their complex family ties as they are pulled in different directions by impending nuptials, unexpected allies, and dark new forces.    “Jolie’s magnetism, plus the way she toes the line between being a fairy version of Batman and a menacing mistress of not-quite-evil-but-pretty-close, is why these “Maleficent” movies work.”—Brian Truitt, USA Today

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