What’s Happening 4/12/18

BY GEORGE J. DACRE

A new exhibit will be on display called “The Mothball Fleet,” Saturday April 21 at 2 p.m. at the Haverstraw King’s Daughters Library in Garnerville with a reception in the Community Room. Contact corrinnemcgeorge@gmail.com for more info.

New Generation Theatre for young performers is currently doing registration for “Cats” for its 2018 summer production, directed by Sal Bloch and Justin Boccitto. Open to students grades 8-12, the program runs June 25 to July 3. Contact newgenerationtheatre.com.

Blue denim art exhibit by Bluefield Artists to be on view April 15 through May 12 at Volition Gallery in the Bell-ans Center for Creative Arts in Orangeburg. Visit bluefieldartists.org.

All Season Chamber Music Players ensemble performing Sunday, April 15 at 3:30 p.m. at the Central Unitarian Church of Paramus, NJ. Free admission and a “Meet the Artists” reception to be geld after the concert. Call 212-262-6300 or visit allseasonchamberplayers.org.

Borderline Folk Music Club presenting Arlon Bennett and the Healing Project and Joe Durso’s Acoustic Excursion Sunday, April 22 at 1:30 p.m. at Nanuet Library. Contact borderlinefolkmusicclub.org.

The Swingaroos to perform at Maureen’s Jazz Cellar, Nyack, Friday April 20. Call 845-535-3143. Press night at Westchester Broadway Theatre in Elmsford for “Sister Act” Thursday, April 12. Doo Wop Festival Tuesday, April 24, with Streets of the Bronx Band and more. Call 914-592-2222 or go to broadwaytheatre.com.

 JCC Rockland International Film Festival running through April 30 at Lafayette Theatre in Suffern as well as other locations. Visit jccrockland.org/film-festival for more information.

Art Garfunkel at Tarrytown Music Hall, May 17. Pink Martini, May 23. Visit tarrytownmusichall.org or call 877-840-0457.

Rockland Community College Players doing “Godspell” April 12-14 at 8 p.m. and Sunday April 15 at 2 p.m. at Cultural Arts Theatre at RCC in Suffern. Visit sunyrockland.edu.

“Pippen” by St. Thomas Aquinas Players, Thursday, April 19 at Sullivan Theatre at STAC. Call 845-398-4100.