MAMARONECK, N.Y. – The Emelin Theatre for the Performing Arts has announced its 2014-15 season lineup. It will bring a long list of music, the Emelin’s hallmark shows for families, theatre, film and the return of a dance series that brings top New York City companies to Westchester.
The season will kick off with Max Creek, a group described as having paved the way for the Grateful Dead and Phish as “the original jam band.” As part of the Emelin’s acclaimed rock series, Max Creek is truly legendary. "They invented their own category and have earned their iconic status in the music world," said Emelin Executive Director Lisa Reilly.
Comedian Judy Gold, an Emmy-winner and sometime co-host of “The View,” will pay a visit to Emelin on Oct. 24.
Anyone who likes to laugh, and those with fond memories of the sitcom “Mad About You,” also will be interested in two stand-up performances next May by actor Paul Reiser.
In November, Tony-winner Martin Charnin brings the new musical revue, “And The Tony Award® Goes To…” featuring the return of Westchester favorites Shelly Burch, John Treacy Egan and Alton Fitzgerald White, among others.
The Emelin’s Bluegrass Series, now in its 33rd year, features Rhonda Vincent and returning favorites Laurie Lewis and the Crowe Brothers.
Returning for its second year is Dance Off The Grid, in which an eclectic series of contemporary dance performances is followed by a discussion among the choreographers and dancers.
Tickets are on sale now for all shows, with special early bird pricing through Sept. 27. For a full list of upcoming events or to purchase tickets, visit Emelin’s website here or call the box office at (914) 698-0098.
The Emelin Theatre is located at 153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck.
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