What’s Happening 9/7/17

BY GEORGE J. DACRE

Annihilvs Power Electronics is joining forces with the Garner Arts Center in Garnerville for the Autumn Electronix Festival, Saturday, October 21. Live acts include Void Vision, Snowbeasts, Bastet, Ariadne, Compactor, the Holy Circle and a special guest appearance by ambient guitarist Sam Johnson. Contact Christine at Christine@garnerartscenter.com or call 845-947-7108.

Reception for “Art Through Young Eyes” showcasing works by teens at My Own Little Gallery will be held in Nyack Saturday, September 9 from 4-7 p.m. The Gallery’s first ever “Refrigerator Art” display with artwork by young interns 17-year-old Jenna Cuomo and 17-year-old Alexis Pazmino as well as by 6-year-old Henry Schloss, 10-year-old Ava Rudolph and 10-year-old Lola Remini will be shown. For more info, contacthazelhazeltwo@gmail.com.

Nyack’s September Street Fair is running Sunday, September 10 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. with live music, local authors and artists, food vendors and a human foosball game. About 300 vendors are involved at the event held in Nyack’s Memorial Park on the Hudson. Visit VisitNyack.org for more info.

Westchester Broadway Theatre in Elmsford is conducting a “Share the Warmth” clothing and toiletries drive from September 14 through November 22. Look for the collection boxes in the WBT lobby. Additionally, the Wild West Musical tale of Sharpshooter Annie Oakley opens September 14 and runs through November 26. The Christmas Voyager is also on stage November 30 through December 23 and Annie, Get Your Gun returns in January 2018. Call 914-592-2222 or visit broadwaytheatre.com.

Small World, a musical about Disneyland, is opening September 13 and running through October 7 at the 59e59 Theater at 59 East 59th Street in New York City. The show is directed by Penguin Reps Joe Brancato. For tickets call 212-279-4200.

Robert Klein, comic icon, will be added to a panel of ArtsRock conversations one year after the election on October 15 at BOCES in West Nyack. Host Elliott Forrest of New York Public Radio, John Hockenberry of NPR and Gloria Feldt, founder of Take The Lead and former president of Planned Parenthood will participate. Tickets from Vendini or call 855-278-7762.

The Odd Couple opens at Elmwood Playhouse in Nyack on Friday, September 8, starting the Playhouse’s 70th season. The great story of Oscar Madison and Felix Ungar, two divorced friends with very separate ideas of housekeeping, trying to live together. Visit elmwoodplayhouse.com or call 845-353-1313 for more info.

Adults Comedy Night at Westchester Broadway Theatre in Elmsford will be held Tuesday, September 19, which includes dinner and a show. Comics Mike Britt, Joe Larson, Jim David, Jon Fisch, Eric Neuman and Steven Scott will make the evening merry. Visit broadwaytheatre.com or call 914-592-2222.

One performance only “Shistory Happens” will be held September 23 at SUNY Rockland Community College in Suffern with Robert Wuhl. A Penguin Repertory production. Call 845-786-2873 for more info.