Organist Mark Laubach will present a rededication recital for the 1920s Kilgen pipe organ at Saint John the Evangelist Parish at 35 William St
“This place you know, sometimes it hides the truth and it lets people go.”. One Step Closer vocalist Ryan Savitski cries out this declaration just over halfway through the opening track on the band’s new album, the aptly titled “This Place You Know” that was released today via Run for Cover Records, a label that has been home to fellow Northeastern Pennsylvanians like Tigers Jaw, Title Fight, Petal, and Captain, We’re Sinking.
As the summer draws to a close, Clarks Summit songwriter, producer, and alternative experimentalist Clyde Rosencrance is using his acclaimed solo project Sleeplore to look back on those seasonal memories. “Ten Summers Ago,” his fifth single as Sleeplore, reflects on feelings of summers past, paying attention to particular moments in...
SCRANTON, Pa. — If you love the vibe of live theater but aren't really digging crowds during the pandemic, Fringe Under Glass could be for you. Starting Thursday, September 23, 2021, the arts come alive, safely, behind storefront windows in the Electric City. It's a mix of live theater, music,...
Tired of ads? Subscribers enjoy a distraction-free reading experience. Wyoming Valley Mall and Ovation Playhouse, Wilkes-Barre’s area’s newest performing arts troupe, are partnering once again as Ovation Playhouse hits the stage with their workshop production of Disney’s Descendants: The Musical. The show is based on the Disney Channel Original Movies written by Josann McGibbon and Sara Parriott.
Tired of ads? Subscribers enjoy a distraction-free reading experience. What kind of scenes can play out in a dining room?. Perhaps a strict father will correct his daughter’s grammar, hint that his son should pull out a chair for his mum and complain to the maid about a seed in yesterday’s orange juice.
The Scranton Fringe Festival’s “Fringe Under Glass” returned Thursday night. Like last year, it combines the performing arts with a walking tour downtown. Thursday night was the first of four performances. The others are scheduled for Friday at 7 p.m., and Saturday at 2 and 7 p.m. Acts perform behind the windows of various storefronts while audiences watch from outside, listening via wireless headsets. Each performance lasts about 10 to 15 minutes, and a tour guide will then take audiences to the next stop. Meet at AFA Gallery, 101 Penn. Ave. For information, visit ScrantonFringe.org or EventBrite.com.
Act Out Theatre Group will host a benefit weekend and silent auction from Friday, Sept. 24 through Sunday, Sept. 26. Funds raised will go directly to the daily operational costs of the Dunmore theater, as well as future programming. “We’ve got a fun-filled weekend and truly have something for everyone,”...
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PITTSTON — The City of Pittston held a grand finale to summer on Sunday afternoon when Pittston Prohibition, a wine and beer festival wa
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