Margaretville

"Death Valley, A Love Story" at The Open Eye Theater

September 14, 2014 - 3:00pm

American theater will take a forward step in Margaretville when The Open Eye Theater, 960 Main Street, previews Sandra Fenichel Asher’s "Death Valley, A Love Story" on Thursday September 4, at 7 pm, to begin a run of seven performances.  An ensemble of three Open Eye veterans, Elizabeth Kemble, Elizabeth Sherr, and Patricia Van Tassel will play the role of Carol Emerson, the heroine of this true story.  One will be the artist Carol; another, the psychotherapist Carol; and the third the journal keeper Carol.

The director is Amie Brockway, producing artistic director of The Open Eye Theater.  Announcing the new play Ms. Brockway said, “The love story related to 'Death Valley' is one where hope comes after personal tragedy.  Carol recovers and finds herself anew.  The three essential aspects of this one woman live this story in innovative, delightful, and moving drama spiced with the humor needed in the twists and turns of life.”  Read more

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"Death Valley, A Love Story" at The Open Eye Theater

September 13, 2014 - 7:00pm

American theater will take a forward step in Margaretville when The Open Eye Theater, 960 Main Street, previews Sandra Fenichel Asher’s "Death Valley, A Love Story" on Thursday September 4, at 7 pm, to begin a run of seven performances.  An ensemble of three Open Eye veterans, Elizabeth Kemble, Elizabeth Sherr, and Patricia Van Tassel will play the role of Carol Emerson, the heroine of this true story.  One will be the artist Carol; another, the psychotherapist Carol; and the third the journal keeper Carol.

The director is Amie Brockway, producing artistic director of The Open Eye Theater.  Announcing the new play Ms. Brockway said, “The love story related to 'Death Valley' is one where hope comes after personal tragedy.  Carol recovers and finds herself anew.  The three essential aspects of this one woman live this story in innovative, delightful, and moving drama spiced with the humor needed in the twists and turns of life.”  Read more

845-586-1660

"Death Valley, A Love Story" at The Open Eye Theater

September 12, 2014 - 7:00pm

American theater will take a forward step in Margaretville when The Open Eye Theater, 960 Main Street, previews Sandra Fenichel Asher’s "Death Valley, A Love Story" on Thursday September 4, at 7 pm, to begin a run of seven performances.  An ensemble of three Open Eye veterans, Elizabeth Kemble, Elizabeth Sherr, and Patricia Van Tassel will play the role of Carol Emerson, the heroine of this true story.  One will be the artist Carol; another, the psychotherapist Carol; and the third the journal keeper Carol.

The director is Amie Brockway, producing artistic director of The Open Eye Theater.  Announcing the new play Ms. Brockway said, “The love story related to 'Death Valley' is one where hope comes after personal tragedy.  Carol recovers and finds herself anew.  The three essential aspects of this one woman live this story in innovative, delightful, and moving drama spiced with the humor needed in the twists and turns of life.”  Read more

845-586-1660

"Death Valley, A Love Story" at The Open Eye Theater

September 11, 2014 - 7:00pm

American theater will take a forward step in Margaretville when The Open Eye Theater, 960 Main Street, previews Sandra Fenichel Asher’s "Death Valley, A Love Story" on Thursday September 4, at 7 pm, to begin a run of seven performances.  An ensemble of three Open Eye veterans, Elizabeth Kemble, Elizabeth Sherr, and Patricia Van Tassel will play the role of Carol Emerson, the heroine of this true story.  One will be the artist Carol; another, the psychotherapist Carol; and the third the journal keeper Carol.

The director is Amie Brockway, producing artistic director of The Open Eye Theater.  Announcing the new play Ms. Brockway said, “The love story related to 'Death Valley' is one where hope comes after personal tragedy.  Carol recovers and finds herself anew.  The three essential aspects of this one woman live this story in innovative, delightful, and moving drama spiced with the humor needed in the twists and turns of life.”  Read more

845-586-1660

"Death Valley, A Love Story" at The Open Eye Theater

September 6, 2014 - 7:00pm

American theater will take a forward step in Margaretville when The Open Eye Theater, 960 Main Street, previews Sandra Fenichel Asher’s "Death Valley, A Love Story" on Thursday September 4, at 7 pm, to begin a run of seven performances.  An ensemble of three Open Eye veterans, Elizabeth Kemble, Elizabeth Sherr, and Patricia Van Tassel will play the role of Carol Emerson, the heroine of this true story.  One will be the artist Carol; another, the psychotherapist Carol; and the third the journal keeper Carol.

The director is Amie Brockway, producing artistic director of The Open Eye Theater.  Announcing the new play Ms. Brockway said, “The love story related to 'Death Valley' is one where hope comes after personal tragedy.  Carol recovers and finds herself anew.  The three essential aspects of this one woman live this story in innovative, delightful, and moving drama spiced with the humor needed in the twists and turns of life.”  Read more

845-586-1660

"Death Valley, A Love Story" at The Open Eye Theater

September 5, 2014 - 7:00pm

American theater will take a forward step in Margaretville when The Open Eye Theater, 960 Main Street, previews Sandra Fenichel Asher’s "Death Valley, A Love Story" on Thursday September 4, at 7 pm, to begin a run of seven performances.  An ensemble of three Open Eye veterans, Elizabeth Kemble, Elizabeth Sherr, and Patricia Van Tassel will play the role of Carol Emerson, the heroine of this true story.  One will be the artist Carol; another, the psychotherapist Carol; and the third the journal keeper Carol.

The director is Amie Brockway, producing artistic director of The Open Eye Theater.  Announcing the new play Ms. Brockway said, “The love story related to 'Death Valley' is one where hope comes after personal tragedy.  Carol recovers and finds herself anew.  The three essential aspects of this one woman live this story in innovative, delightful, and moving drama spiced with the humor needed in the twists and turns of life.”  Read more

845-586-1660

"Death Valley, A Love Story" at The Open Eye Theater

American theater will take a forward step in Margaretville when The Open Eye Theater, 960 Main Street, previews Sandra Fenichel Asher’s "Death Valley, A Love Story" on Thursday September 4, at 7 pm, to begin a run of seven performances.  An ensemble of three Open Eye veterans, Elizabeth Kemble, Elizabeth Sherr, and Patricia Van Tassel will play the role of Carol Emerson, the heroine of this true story.  One will be the artist Carol; another, the psychotherapist Carol; and the third the journal keeper Carol.

The director is Amie Brockway, producing artistic director of The Open Eye Theater.  Announcing the new play Ms. Brockway said, “The love story related to 'Death Valley' is one where hope comes after personal tragedy.  Carol recovers and finds herself anew.  The three essential aspects of this one woman live this story in innovative, delightful, and moving drama spiced with the humor needed in the twists and turns of life.”  Read more

"Death Valley, A Love Story" at The Open Eye Theater

September 4, 2014 - 7:00pm

American theater will take a forward step in Margaretville when The Open Eye Theater, 960 Main Street, previews Sandra Fenichel Asher’s "Death Valley, A Love Story" on Thursday September 4, at 7 pm, to begin a run of seven performances.  An ensemble of three Open Eye veterans, Elizabeth Kemble, Elizabeth Sherr, and Patricia Van Tassel will play the role of Carol Emerson, the heroine of this true story.  One will be the artist Carol; another, the psychotherapist Carol; and the third the journal keeper Carol.

The director is Amie Brockway, producing artistic director of The Open Eye Theater.  Announcing the new play Ms. Brockway said, “The love story related to 'Death Valley' is one where hope comes after personal tragedy.  Carol recovers and finds herself anew.  The three essential aspects of this one woman live this story in innovative, delightful, and moving drama spiced with the humor needed in the twists and turns of life.”  Read more

845-586-1660

2nd Annual Golf Tournament to benefit Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center

An especially sincere thank you to the community businesses sponsoring the 2nd Annual Golf Tournament.  The golf tournament serves to benefit Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center. 

First Place Winners

Tim and Teresa Hynes, David and Bea Hull

Second Place Winners

Tom and Ralph Ackerly, Bill Blish, George Griffin

Longest Drive Women

Margo Pinkos

Longest Drive Men

Tim Hynes

 

This Weekend: 11 Catskills Labor Day events (and fireworks)

Above: A poster for the Windham Chamber Music Festival, just one of the events happening this Labor Day weekend in the Catskills.

Don't look now, but the leaves are already turning in the highest peaks of the Catskills. That and the arrival of Labor Day weekend confirms it: Summer is ending. Go out with a bang -- in some cases, a literal bang, with fireworks -- with these great events from around the region. 

ACROSS THE CATSKILLS: Lighting of the Fire Towers event. It's tonight! Details here

DELAWARE COUNTY

New trails open in Delhi. Saturday, August 30. 2 p.m. Volunteers have been working all summer to create a new set of hiking trails behind Delaware Academy school. Several of the trails are named for characters in the beloved children's novel My Side of the Mountain, which was set in Delhi. Delaware Academy, 2 Sheldon Dr., Delhi.

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