On July 9, Westchester Broadway Theatre will celebrate its 40th anniversary, a celebration which includes 184 main-stage productions and nearly 1,000 Monday/Tuesday special events and concerts. Kiss Me Kate was the first production and Mary Poppins, now playing, is the 184th.
At the end of the current theater season, Irvington Town Hall Theater managing director, Pamela Rapp, retired from the position she created 34 years ago. Rapp was director of the 112-year-old theater since it reopened in 1980; and in that time, the theater flourished into a cultural center for Irvington’s arts and entertainment.
This summer, Jazz Forum Arts will present 33 free summer jazz concerts in six different venues, according to Executive Director Mark Morganelli.