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BETSY CARMICHAEL’S LATE NITE BINGO, original comedy conceived & written by Mary Kate O’Connell & Joey Bucheker, presented by O’Connell & Company, directed by O’Connell, starring Bucheker, Jerry Mosey, Adam Matthew Wall, Corey Bieber, Ryan Kaminski. Jun 18-28, Thu-Sat at 7:30, plus Jun 21 at 7 & Jun 28 at 2:30. The Park School, 4625 Harlem Rd., Snyder (848-0800).

ROMEO AND JULIET, tragedy by Shakespeare presented by Shakespeare in Delaware Park, directed by Tom Loughlin, starring Saul Elkin, Kathleen Denecke, Jonas Barranca, Peter

Palmisano, Lisa Ludwig, Gerry Maher, Eileen Dugan. Jun 18-Jul 12, Tue-Sun at 7:30. Shakespeare Hill in Delaware Park (856-4533).


LORD ARTHUR SAVILE’S CRIME, play by Constance Cox adapted from the short story by Oscar Wilde, presented by The Irish Classical Theatre Company, directed by Josephine Hogan, starring Vincent O’Neill, Alan Trinca, Eliza Vann, David Oliver, Kelly Meg Brennan, Pamela Rose Mangus, Chris Kelly, Ben Michael Moran, Andrea Gollhardt, Brian Mysliwy. Through Jun 28, Thu & Fri at 7:30, Sat at 3 & 7:30, Sun at 2. Andrews Theatre, 625 Main St. (853-ICTC).

THE WILD PARTY, musical by Andrew Lippa presented by Second Generation Theatre, directed by Michael Walline, starring Matt Witten, Steve Copps, Arianne Davidow, LauRen Nicole Alaimo. Through Jun 28, Thu-Sat at 8, Sun at 2. The New Phoenix Theatre, 95 Johnson Park (508-SGT0).


EMOTIONAL CREATURE, play by Eve Ensler presented by Subversive Theatre Collective, as part of the Subversive Youth Series, directed by Kelly Beuth. Through Jun 20, Thu-Sat at 8. Manny Fried Playhouse, 255 Great Arrow Ave., third floor (408-0499).

FLOWERS IN THE DESERT, play by Donna Hoke presented by Woodbox Theatre, directed by Linda Silvestri, starring Tim Bookhagen, Andrea Perry. Through Jun 21, Fri & Sat at 7:30, Sun. at 2:30. Niagara Arts and Cultural Center, 1201 Pine Ave. at Portage Rd., Niagara Falls (297-5910).

LEGALLY BLONDE THE MUSICAL, presented by Rocking Horse Productions, directed by Leigha Eichhorn, starring Christina Doyle, Amy Feder, Allison Gray, Greg Hennessey, Courtney Hoerner, Arlynn Knauff, Lauren McGowan, Nathan Miller, David Poole, Sarah Rodman, Lisa Sember, A. Peter Snodgrass, Emily Styn, Artie Vanderpool. Through Jun 21, Fri & Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2:30. Lancaster Opera House, 21 Central Ave., Lancaster (683-1776).

SECRETS EVERY SMART TRAVELER SHOULD KNOW (The New Musical Comedy Revue), presented by Buffalo Chrysalis Theatre Company, directed by Matthew Mooney, starring Susana Breese, Robert Mazierski, Kelley Jayne DiPasquale, Corey Bieber, Christopher Andreana. Through Jun 21, Thu-Sat at 8, Sun at 2. Grange Theatre, 22 Main St, third floor, Hamburg. (903-9288).


BOOKS & BISCOTTI IN BUFFALO, evening of readings (poetry, prose, and plays), sponsored by Albert Invincible Theatre & Talk Back Theatre. Jun 23 at 7. 1412 Main St. (formerly Buffalo East). Free admission.

I OUGHT TO BE IN PICTURES, comedy by Neil Simon directed by Jay Desiderio, starring Alley Griffin, Marc-Jon Filippone , Cate Werynski. Through Jun 28, Thu, Sat & Sun, evening shows at 7:30, matinee shows at 2:30. Desiderio’s Dinner Theatre, 5827 Broadway, Lancaster (683-7767).


OUR TOWN, classic play by Thornton Wilder presented by Chautauqua Theater Company. Jul 3-12. Bratton Theater, Chautauqua Institution (357-6250).

SISTERS OF SWING: THE ANDREWS SISTERS MUSICAL, conceived and written by Beth Gilleland & Bob Beverage, directed by Doug Weyand, starring Philip Farugia, Wendy Hall, Nicholas Lama, Renee Landrigan, Michele Marie Roberts. Jul 8-Aug 9, Wed & Thu at 7, Fri at 8, Sat at 4 & 8, Sun at 2. Musicalfare Theatre, 4380 Main St., Amherst (839-8540).