by Amelia Sauter copyright 2011
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December 17, 2011
Mr. Puff has been mightily busy these final autumn days, trying to tie things up before the solstice. Thus his updates from the field have been far too infrequent.
But he would like to direct his readers’ attentions to the always venturesome Kitchen Theatre Company, who have two more performances of a most delightful holiday frolic, [...]
December 1, 2011
“…Many shows don’t hold up on a second viewing. This one does. Re-experiencing Huff’s tale of two Chicago beat cops caught up in a toxic tangle of crime, loyalty and protection is akin to rewatching one of the better episodes of TV’s ‘The Wire’ or ‘Deadwood.’” Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune
For its second outing in its [...]
November 23, 2011
A serial turkey killer is on the loose, and the FBI aims to find out whodunit. A cartoon by Amelia Sauter.
November 22, 2011
The following is a statement by the members of Occupy Ithaca:
ON SEPTEMBER 17, 2011, hundreds of people of all ages, classes, races, and incomes marched on Wall Street in New York City and convened in Zuccotti Park, where they set up a cooperative living space that would allow them the freedom of assembly they needed [...]
November 18, 2011
For one weekend only, catch the Ithaca premiere of Macarthur Genius award winner Sarah Ruhl’s Late: A Cowboy Song, a whimsical romantic triangle that presents a fable of a young woman married to her grade school sweetheart, yet yearning for the open skies promised by a Pittsburgh cowboy/girl named “Red.”
November 16, 2011
A few tricks to make sure you never lose your keys again. A cartoon by Amelia Sauter.
November 5, 2011
Lithe and animated, Karen Pittman fills the Kitchen Theatre with a dozen or more characters as she brings to life playwright-actor Charlayne Woodard’s adolescence in Neat.
November 4, 2011
Franklin Crawford’s “Aesop Cop” transforms the mundane Ithaca police blotter into whimsical poetry. He will stop by Buffalo Street Books on Saturday, November 5, at 3:00 p.m.
November 4, 2011
Ed Dittenhoefer caught up with the Pixies when they hit Rochester this week.