The concert at 6 On The Square mixes holiday and winter traditions with the Burns’ 30-year songbookIn what’s become a seasonal tradition at 6 On The Square, the Oxford venue will host The Burns Sisters’ Home for the Holidays show at 2 p.m. Sunday. The concert mixes holiday and winter traditions with the Burns’ 30-year songbook, including some new songs worked up with band members Kevin Maul (dobro), Bobby Sweet (guitar) and Tony Markelis (bass).
Endicott native and Union-Endicott grad will bring upbeat adult comedy to Binghamton on Dec. 14Comedian DeAnne Smith has performed her standup act around the U.S. and Canada as well as the U.K. and Australia, but one thing she’s never done is a hometown show — until now. The Endicott native and Union-Endicott grad will bring her brand of upbeat adult comedy to Touch of Texas in Binghamton next Thursday (Dec. 14).
John Bielenberg’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic tale ran nearly every year between 1979 and 2015After a hiatus in 2016, a holiday tradition for Southern Tier theater-goers is returning to Endicott this month. John Bielenberg’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic tale “A Christmas Carol,” which played at the Cider Mill Playhouse nearly every year between 1979 and 2015, has been revived by the Clocktower Theater Company for performances at the newly established Cider Mill Stage.
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