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Theater: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Peter Pan. This enchanting story will sprinkle your heart with fairy dust. At Irvington Town Hall Theater. 4/27-4/29, 12:30pm and 7pm.

Workshops: Westchester Community College Center for the Arts presents The Monotype and the Live Model. This workhshop will introduce students to making monotypes with a focus on draw- ing from the live model. 9:30am-3:30pm.

The Grascals,Emelin Theater,4/20 24/ TUESDAY

Music: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Tenor Gerhard Siegel and Pianist Gabriel Dobner. Metropolitan opera star, German born Gerhard Siegel performs. At Reisinger Concert Hall. 1:30pm. www.sara-

Music: Sarah Lawrence College presents Sarah Lawrence Orchestra. The Sarah Lawrence Orchestra plays Beethoven’s 4th Symphony and more! Jonathan Yates, con- ductor. At Reisinger Concert Hall. 7:30pm.

Spoken Word: Sarah Lawrence College presents Writing Institute Student Reading. An afternoon of poetry, fiction and nonfiction, as students in the Writing Institute share their recent work. At 45 Wrexham Road. 4pm.


Film: Center for the Digital Arts at Westchester Community College presents Meet the Filmmaker: The Housesitter, by Humgoid Films. With Producer Pablo Bonelli and Writer/Director, Thomas Ascenzi. At Center for the Digital Arts at Westchester Community College. 7pm.


Lectures: Neuberger Museum of Art presents Noon at the Neu. Explore American Vanguards: Graham, Davis, Gorky, de Kooning, and Their Circle. 12pm.

Music: Paramount Center for the Arts presents Suzanne Vega & Duncan Sheik. She created an international sensa- tion with her poetic stories and exquisite melody in her hit songs. 8pm. www.para-

Theater: Emelin Theatre presents All Wear Bowlers. Two silent film clowns take a wrong turn and find themselves in a haunt- ed theatre 4/27-4/28, 8pm.

Theater: Hudson Stage

Company presents Talley’s Folly. The play is set on the 4th of July near the end of WWII at the Talley family’s moonlit boathouse in rural Missouri. At Woodward Hall Theatre. 4/27-5/12, 4/27, 8pm- Preview; 4/28, 8pm-Opening; 4/29, 3pm; 5/4, 8pm; 5/5, 8pm; 5/6, 3pm- Q&A; Fri May 11, 8pm; Sat 4/12, 3pm and 8pm.

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Workshops: Westchester Community College Center for the Arts presents The Art of the Teapot. Brooke Evans will demon- strate the basics of throwing and assembling a teapot. 4/27-4/29, 10am-4pm. www.suny-


Music: Friends of Music Concerts, Inc. presents Zuill Baley, Cello Concert. Performing Bach’s Suite No. 3 in C Major for solo cello, and Brahms’ Sonata in F Major, Op. 99, and Chopin’s Sonata in G minor, Op. 65 with piano collaborator. At Kusel Auditorium, Sleepy Hollow High School. 8pm.

Music: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Kristiana Holt: Voice, Piano, Jazz. Senior Recital showcasing jazz vocalist and pianist, Kristiana Holt. At Marshall Field Room 1. 1pm.

Theater: Sarah Lawrence College presents Twelfth Night. One of the great Shakespeare comedies. At Suzanne Werner Wright Theatre. 7pm.


Music: Westchester Chamber Music Society, Inc. presents The Parker String Quartet. This is the final concert of our season. At Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester. 8pm.

Music: Friends of the Warner Library presents Yolanda F. Johnson/ Inspired Song - “The Four Seasons.” A musical program inspired by the seasons, featuring composers Reynaldo Hahn, Ned Rorem & Alexander Zemlinsky. At Warner Library. 2:30pm.

Music: Sarah Lawrence College presents Sarah Lawrence Chamber Choir and Women’s Vocal Ensemble. Holst’s Spring and Summer, Randal Thompson's The Pelican and more! At Reisinger Concert Hall. 6pm.

Music: The Performing Arts Center presents Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. For almost 40 years Orpheus has astound- ed international audiences and critics alike with its superior artistry. 3:00pm. www.

Music: Westchester Choral Society presents Concert. Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem, Two-Piano Version, will be per- formed. At Irvington High School. 3pm.

Spoken Word: Hudson Valley Writers’ Center presents Eat, Drink, & Be Literary! A Reading with Jessica & Josh Applestone & with John Hartsock. Join us as writers Jessica and Josh Applestone and John Hartsock share their work. 4:30pm.

Spoken Word: New Rochelle Public Library presents Pictures at an Exposition: Poetry and Music. An inno- vative music and poetry program. 3pm.

Theater: Play Group Theatre presents The Wizard of Oz. One of the most universally beloved tales of all time, The Wizard of Oz captivates theater lovers of all ages. 11am & 4pm.


Music: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Wall to Wall Chamber Music. Suna Chung on piano and directed by Sungrai Sohn. At Reisinger Concert Hall. 6pm.

Music: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Sarah Lawrence Jazz Ensembles. Sarah Lawrence’s finest jazz ensembles swing. At Marshall Field Room 1. 7pm.

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Suzanne Vega and Duncan Sheik, Paramount Center for the Arts, 4/27.

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