Chatham’s PS21 Has Theater, Music, Dance, Film and a Focus on Comedy in 2013 [Berkshire on Stage]

PS21′s popular tent spreads its arms around the performers.

PS21′s popular tent spreads its arms around the performers.

Chatham, NY: Comedy is the theme of PS21‘s eighth season at the Tent presented June through August. The schedule is jam-packed with a broad variety of dance, music, theater and film events that offer something for everyone: from the classical music lover to rockabilly disciple, movie buff to improv enthusiast, ballet aficionado to hip hop fan.

The Season highlights

1. “String Theory” Three consecutive Saturdays in June feature groups who are among the best in the world at their specific musical genre, and whose featured performer plays a string instrument.

2. Walking the dog Production of “Long Ago and Far Away and other short plays” by David Ives. Eleven performances over three weeks. Special preview and talk back nights.

3. Four critically acclaimed dance companies will perform, and dance classes will be offered for varying skill levels.

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