If you want to chase away the “winter blahs” and warm up your Valentine’s Day Weekend, you’ll want to make certain you are in attendance when the Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop serves up a heaping helping of music and desserts, sure to satisfy everyone, regardless of their musical taste.
The Valentine’s Cabaret is presented in the style of 1930s and ‘40s Jazz Clubs, but the music to be presented is from a broad variety of periods and musical styles, and each singer brings his or her own unique flair. Performances are Friday and Saturday, February 10 and 11 at 8:00 PM, and Sunday, February 12 at 2:00 PM at the Sullivan County Museum, Art and Cultural Center at 265 Main Street in Hurleyville. Admission is $10 per person, and includes desserts and coffee.
The production’s director, Jim Schmidt of Hurleyville, has ably assembled a talented group of singers who will be accompanied by the versatile Leon Hilfstein of Hurleyville on piano. Beautiful ballads and bawdy, belting numbers will make for a full evening or afternoon of entertainment. Featured performers include Shawn Bailey of Mileses, Karen Beals of Monroe, Mary Burkart of Ellenville, Renata Daria of Rock Hill, Terri Hall of Rock Hill, Tom Masciopinto of Monticello, Teri Paris of Parksville, Ellen Pavloff of Kerhonkson, Mekayla Perneszi of Hurleyville, Amber Schmidt of Hurleyville, Lori Schneider of Hurleyville, Kim Schneeberger of Ellenville, Heather Strauss of Glen Wild, and Stephanie Watson of Liberty.
Whether you’ve got a honey with whom you are celebrating Valentine’s Day, you’re flying solo this year, or you’re just looking for a fun time out with friends, come in out of the cold for warm music and delectable desserts! Tickets will be available at the door one hour prior to curtain for each performance, and can also be purchased in advance online, by logging on to www.ShowTix4U.com.
It is recommended that you plan to arrive early. Limited parking is available behind the museum and there is additional parking along Main Street. For further information, phone (845) 436-5336 or log onto the Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop’s website at www.SCDW.net.