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This Fall’s Hottest Art Exhibitions, Events, and Perfomances

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– Quirky –

 


photo by harald krichel

 

David Sedaris

Oct 9, The Ridgefield Playhouse

The reigning king of literary wit descends upon The Ridgefield Playhouse for a night of readings from his new book, Calypso, followed by an audience Q&A.

 


photo courtesy of clay art center

 

Endangered Species Project

Opening Sept 21, Clay Art Center

Artist Julia Galloway presents a large scale project dedicated to a host of local endangered species, each appearing on a beautifully handmade plate.

 

Animal House

Sept 13, Bedford Playhouse

Join actor Peter Riegert for a Q&A following the screening of this fun-loving film in which Riegert stars alongside John Belushi and Donald Sutherland as frat boys searching for a good time.

 

– Classic –

 

Buddy Guy

Nov 14, Tarrytown Music Hall

When this 82-year-old blues legend and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer known for his incredible guitar work performs, music lovers near and far come running.

 

 

An American in Paris

Oct 3Nov 24, Westchester

Broadway Theatre

Follow along with World War II veteran Jerry Mulligan as he attempts to find love amidst the Parisian art scene in this lighthearted musical.

 


photo by stephen done

 

Elvis Costello

Oct 29, 30, The Capitol Theatre

Fans can catch the Grammy winning rock-god known for hits like “Pump It Up” and “Alison” in the flesh during this rare stop in Port Chester.

 

– Avant-garde –

 

Sparkling Amazons

Oct 6-Jan 26, The Katonah Museum of Art

This elegantly exotic show examines the contribution of women artists to the Abstract Expressionist movement through roughly a dozen eye-popping paintings.

 

Thoughts for a Lost Friend

Sept 15, White Plains Performing Arts Center

Watch as two estranged baby boomers reconnect over the loss of a close friend during the Vietnam War in this touching drama.

 

Dorrance Dance

Nov 10, Performing Arts Center at Purchase College

This white-hot company led by MacArthur “genius” and 2018 Doris Duke Artist Award-winner Michelle Dorrance is already known as one of the top dance groups to watch.

 


photo courtesy of artswestchester

 

The Chair Show

Opening Sept 28, ArtsWestchester

Sculpture, function, and high-concept come together in this fascinating exhibition of artist-made chairs, ranging from 2-D works to installations.

 

– Mainstream –

 


photo courtesy of tarrytown music hall

 

Kevin James

Sept 14, Tarrytown Music Hall

The Emmy-nominated King of Queens star, who has been seen spotted far and wide in films like Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Grown Ups, and Zookeeper, is bringing his hilarious act to Westchester.

 


photo courtesy of tarrytown music hall

 

Norm MacDonald

Nov 6, Tarrytown Music Hall

SNL alum, late night TV fixture, and star of movies like Funny People and Billy Madison, this celebrated comic is about to bring his singular standup to Westchester.