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On The Boards Theater Listings

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THE TRAGIC AND HORRIBLE LIFE OF THE SINGING NUN, comedy by Blair Fell presented by Buffalo United Artists, directed by Chris Kelly, starring Jimmy Janowski, Kerrykate Abel, Susana Breese, Caitlin Coleman, Sam D’Amato, Eric Rawski, Guy Tomassi. Through Aug 29, Fri & Sat at 8. BUA Theater, 119 Chippewa St. (886-9239).


JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT, musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, directed by Randall Kramer, starring Nikki Daniels, Gregg Goodbrod, Glenn Lawrence, Philip Farugia, Keith Ersing, Paschal Frisina III, Doug Weyand, Louis Colaiacovo, Jason Bravo, Nicole Cimato. Through Aug 23, Thu at 2 & 8, Fri at 8, Sat at 2 & 8, Sun at 2. Artpark Mainstage Theater, Lewiston (754-4375).

THE WINTER’S TALE by William Shakespeare, presented by Chautauqua Theater Company, directed by Anne Kauffman, starring Michael Schantz, Rachel Spencer, Andy Nagraj. Through Aug 22. Bratton Theater, Chautauqua Institution (357-6250).

Special Presentations

BILOXI BLUES, comedy by Neil Simon directed by Jay Desiderio, starring Nicholas DelPrince, John Kreuzer, Dan Evans, Joey Bucheker, Eric Bartram, Derek Donogher, Jon Blankenship, Alyssa Wentling, Katherine Ventresca. Through Aug 30, Wed & Sat dinner at 6, show at 8. Sun, dinner at 5, show at 7. Desiderio’s Dinner Theatre, 5827 Broadway, Lancaster (683-7767).

LIFE IS A CABARET, an evening of cabaret presented by Buffalo United Artists, starring Kerrykate Abel, Chuck Basil, Loraine O’Donnell, Brian Riggs, Marc Sacco. Aug 23 at 7. BUA Theater, 119 Chippewa St. (886-9239).

ONE ACTS OUTSIDE by Mark C. Lloyd and Seth Kramer, presented by WARPD Productions, starring Jasmine Ramos, Sal Indelicato, Billy Nemi, Tim Reinsel, Chris Turton, Michael Leszczynski. Aug 22 at 7. Taylor Theater at the Kenan Center in the Garden, 433 Locust St., Lockport (534-6347).


BARTENDERS, one-man show written by and starring Louis Mustillo, presented by Theatre of Youth. Sep 11 & 12 at 8. Allendale Theatre, 203 Allen St. (884-4400).

BLOOD BROTHERS, musical by Willy Russell presented by the Irish Classical Theatre Company, directed by Fortunato Pezzimenti, starring Loraine O’Donnell, David Autovino, Steven Copps, Brian Riggs, Cassie Gorniewicz., Jenn Stafford, Doug Crane, Nathan Winkelstein, David Bondrow, Adrienne Lewis, Christopher Standart, Jessica Stuber. Sep 11 at 8. Sep 12-Oct 11, Thu & Fri at 7:30, Sat at 3 & 7:30, Sun at 2. (Sep 19 at 8). Andrews Theatre, 625 Main St. (853-ICTC).

THE CAREFUL GLOVER, drama by Jim Baines directed by Neal Radice, starring Saul Elkin, Katie White, Pamela Rose Mangus, David Hayes, Joyce Stilson, David Mitchell, Michael Seitz, Richard Lambert. Sep 10-Oct 3, Thu & Fri at 7:30, Sat at 4 & 8. Alleyway Theatre, One Curtain Up Alley (852-2600).

CLINTON’S DITCH: The Story of the Building of the Erie Canal, original historical outdoor drama by Anne Paris and Hugh Pratt, presented by The Erie Canal Drama Theatre, directed by Dan Shanahan, starring Richard Lambert, Doris Boyd, G. Anton Moore, Carmen Swans, Al Parker, Kelly Beuth, James Wild. Aug 28-30 at 7. Central Wharf of the Buffalo Harbor (Canal Side).

FREUD AND THE SANDMAN, based on tale by Hoffman and an original version by Freud with puppets by Michele Costa and original score by Paul Kozlowski, directed by Bob Waterhouse, starring Laura Bevilaqua, David Butterfield, Patrick Cain, Christian Brandjes. Sep 10-Oct 3, Thu-Sat at 8. New Phoenix Theatre on the Park, 95 Johnson Park (853-1334).

THE PIPES ARE CALLING: An Elegy to Dan Higgins, Sr., a world premiere written and performed by Matthew Crehan Higgins, presented by Buffalo United Artists, directed by Javier Bustillos. Sep 11-19, Fri & Sat at 8. BUA Theater, 119 Chippewa St. (886-9239).