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posticon Love And Dysfunction Onstage at the Kitchen

Arts and Entertainment | Friday, October 11, 2019 | By Lesley Greene Print
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Kitchen Theatre Company continues its 2019-2020 season with The Two Kids That Blow Shit Up by Carla Ching, a hilarious, touching, and explosive romantic comedy about trying not to fall in love with your best friend. Performances of The Two Kids That Blow Shit Up begin at the Kitchen Theatre Company in the Percy Browning Performance Space on Sunday, October 20 and will run through Sunday, November 3.

The Two Kids That Blow Shit Up centers on Diana and Max, who meet as kids the day their parents begin having an affair. During their parents' on-and-off relationship, spanning two decades, Max and Diana become the most unlikely of friends. They see each other through highs and lows and try not to make their parents' mistakes. The Two Kids That Blow Shit Up is poignant look at the roller coaster highs and lows of our most meaningful relationships.

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posticon Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers Present Spirituals

Arts and Entertainment | Friday, October 11, 2019 | By Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers Print
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The Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers (DCJS) will present an afternoon of Negro Spirituals at 3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 27, in Kulp Auditorium at Ithaca High School.

The DCJS, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, Ithaca-based organization, is dedicated to preserving the Negro Spiritual and its themes of sorrow, despair, and hope to promote racial healing and social justice; and to furthering civil rights leader (and longtime Ithaca resident) Dorothy Cotton's message of freedom and hope through music.

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posticon Aunt Mae Comes to the Kitchen

Arts and Entertainment | Friday, October 11, 2019 | By Fitz&Startz Productions Print
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Fitz&Startz Productions, Theater for All Ages presents Aunt Mae Comes to Town, book & lyrics by Rachel Lampert, music by John Coyne at the Kitchen Theatre Company, 417 West MLK/State Street stage, on Saturday October 26 at 11am and 1pm and Saturday, November 2 at 11am and 1pm. Four performances only.

Martha eagerly awaits the arrival of her great Aunt Mae. Once a month, Aunt Mae makes the trip to Ithaca with a bag full of surprises and a photo album with a lifetime of photographs and "a story to go with every one of them!" Stories come to life and Aunt Mae and Martha get swept into all of them.

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