Just in time for the holiday season, the Hangar Theatre will debut an original production of “A Christmas Carol” this weekend. Running Sunday through Dec. 24, the play features a new set, new costumes and new staging. “I cannot wait to share it with the world,” said Hangar artistic director Michael Barakiva in a recent interview.
i3º to release double CD on Saturday at Argos InnFor nearly three years, Ithaca jazz trio i3º (pronounced “13 degrees”) held down an almost-weekly Wednesday gig at the Argos Inn. Drummer Greg Evans, bassist Nicholas Walker and pianist Nick Weiser first met in 2012 while teaching at Ithaca College, and began their residency at the inn in 2015. The band ended its weekly engagement in August, when Weiser started his job at director of jazz studies at SUNY Fredonia.
Concert with Gillian Welch is Sunday in IthacaAcclaimed guitarist, singer and songwriter David Rawlings will return to the State Theatre of Ithaca on Sunday night — and once again he’ll be joined by Gillian Welch, Willie Watson, Paul Kowert and Brittany Haas for an evening of music from his three albums, plus some songs from the other performers.
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Selecting a term
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