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New Play Workshop: On The Exhale

8/14/2019 - 8/18/2019

Venue: Bratton Theater

When the tragedy of mass shootings hits home, one mother finds herself inexplicably drawn to the weapon that changed her life forever. On the Exhale is a powerful solo performance featuring CTC alumna Claire Karpen, directed by CTC alumnus Patrick Walsh.

The Magic of Bill Blagg Live!

8/14/2019 - 07:30pm

Venue: Amphitheater

You've seen him on NBC, CBS and FOX and now is your chance to see him live! Illusionist Bill Blagg has been hailed by critics across the country for his unique style of magic and illusion. His action packed show features audience volunteers floating in mid‐air while others vanish at a moment's notice! Bill thrills audiences with his grand illusions such as squishing his body to just 5 inches tall. He combines magical talents with a quick wit, creating an evening of wonder for all ages.

New Play Workshop: Agent 355

8/15/2019 - 8/17/2019

Venue: Bratton Theater

True story: during the Revolutionary War, an unidentified female spy helped George Washington and his army to victory. Today, a contemporary all-female band is determined to figure out who she was. In the New Play Workshop's first musical, Agent 355 explores the loyalty, heritage, and courage of six real Revolutionary women whose stories, sacrifices, and secrets shaped the nation.

Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra: "Mahler 4"

8/15/2019 - 08:15pm

Venue: Amphitheater

Notes on Anna Clyne: Cello Concerto
London‐born Anna Clyne is a Grammy‐nominated composer described as "dazzlingly inventive" by Time Out New York and as a "composer of uncommon gifts and unusual methods" by the New York Times. Clyne's work often includes collaborations with cutting‐edge choreographers, visual artists, filmmakers, and musicians worldwide. Her new Cello Concerto is written specifically for soloist Inbal Segev, and was co‐commissioned by top orchestras including the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and the Cabrillo Festival.

An Evening with Dawes

8/16/2019 - 08:15pm

Venue: Amphitheater

Hailing from Los Angeles, California, Dawes is a four‐piece folk‐rock band that creates a sound reminiscent of 1960s "Laurel Canyon" stalwarts such as Neil Young, Joni Mitchell and Crosby, Stills & Nash through their dynamic vocal harmonies and well‐crafted acoustic songs. Featuring brothers Taylor Goldsmith (lead vocals/guitar) and Griffin Goldsmith (drums), Tay Strathairn (guitar) and Wylie Gelber (bass), the band has been featured on shows such as the "The Late Show with David Letterman," "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" and on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Dawes' sixth album, Passwords, quickly became a number one ranked independent album on Billboard. Become an "in the know" hipster and discover the band that has been selling out theaters such as the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and the Beacon Theatre in NYC.

Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra: "Sensational Strauss"

8/17/2019 - 08:15pm

Venue: Amphitheater

Morning Lecture: A Monday Morning with Wynton Marsalis

8/19/2019 - 10:45am

Venue: Amphitheater

An internationally acclaimed musician, composer, bandleader, educator and a leading advocate of American culture, Wynton Marsalis has produced more than 80 records and won nine Grammy Awards, two George Foster Peabody Awards and an Emmy Award. He is also the first jazz musician to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music. Through his Monday and Friday morning lectures, Marsalis will convey his hopes, concerns, and insights about contemporary culture and society through a historically informed lens.