Play Ball

July 21, 2016 Artvoice 0






By Andrew Kulyk BASEBALL’S BELLY BUSTERS Buffalo Bisons bucking the trend for outlandish concessions fare Grabbing that hot dog, and a watered down brew–and don’t […]

Evita at Musicalfare

July 21, 2016 Artvoice 0






By Anthony Chase The MusicalFare production of Evita, the 1978 Tim Rice/Andrew Lloyd Webber musical is a highly satisfying affair. Michele Marie Roberts gives a […]

“The Ride” by Cynthia Hunt

July 7, 2016 Artvoice 0






Ring Ring Response Reaction Repugnant Ruffled Rattled Reading Risk Factor Removal Radiocontrast Dye Rx Regimen Recession Recurrence Relapse Resentment Radiation Road to Recovery Rehabilitation REMISSION

BPO has a Big July

June 30, 2016 Artvoice 0






By Jan Jezioro The BPO ended its very successful Classics Concert Series in Kleinhans Music Hall a few weeks ago with a visually thrilling, multi-media […]

Poetry

June 30, 2016 Artvoice 0






“Memory Foam” by Spencer E. Carr A dirtbag mattress flopped all stained and frameless in the corner wakes suddenly and feels its face—the rictus of […]

Poetry

June 24, 2016 Artvoice 1






In Dedication to the Buffalo Puerto Rican/Latino Memorial By Alberto O. Cappas   We visited the Buffalo Canal Side Enjoying the lively breeze from the […]

Bob Dylan at Artpark?

June 23, 2016 Artvoice 1






What could you possibly have better to do?  By Mike Hudson Bob Dylan doesn’t have to tour, he doesn’t have to play shows. He’s got […]

Graphic Traffic, presented by Queen City Bookstore INC.

June 16, 2016 Artvoice 0






Long ago, before the rise of television shows like “Adventure Time” and “The Powerpuff Girls,” Cartoon Network showed only old cartoons. Many of these cartoons were produced by Hanna-Barbera in the 60s and 70s, when they were best known for “The Flintsones” and “The Jetsons.”






Stagefright

June 16, 2016 Artvoice 0






BY JAVIER BUSTILLOS The fabulous Jayne Houdyshell (pictured left) just won the 2016 Tony Award for best featured actress for her performance in Stephen Karam’s […]

Poetry

June 9, 2016 Artvoice 0






A Request by Yoshua Carnegie That which was shall be again, and again in new variation. Beloved Machines, When the future has shrugged us off, […]

Concerts You Shouldn’t Miss

June 9, 2016 Artvoice 0






Buffalo News music editor Jeff Miers recently published a must-see concert list that we thought was right on. We’d like to second the nominations and reaffirm his picks. These should all be great shows. So if you have a limited summer concert budget, consider these a best bet for your bucks.






Poety

June 2, 2016 Artvoice 0






GUACAMOLE HOUR BY LISA WILEY —    at the lake house Five avocados wait on the sill, a little conspiracy ripening, as I wonder who […]

BPO music director JoAnn Falletta

Scaling The Spectacular Heights Richard Strauss’ Alpine Symphony Receives Its BPO Premiere

June 2, 2016 Artvoice 0






Richard Strauss completed his final tone poem, Ein Alpensinfonie, Op. 64 “An Alpine Symphony”, in 1915. Somewhat surprisingly, the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra’s performance of “An Alpine Symphony”, under the baton of its music director JoAnn Falletta, will be an orchestra premiere on its season finale concerts on Saturday June 4 at 8pm and Sunday June 5 at 2:30pm.






Mrs. Warren At Shaw And En Route To Buffalo

June 1, 2016 Artvoice 0






Mrs. Warren’s Profession is the most highly regarded of George Bernard Shaw’s “Plays Unpleasant.” The profession of the title is the world’s oldest, prostitution – a word never used in the play.