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Date(s) - 02/19/2016
6:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Various areas in Downtown Syracuse


COMEDY SHOW – 7:30pm and 9:45pm; The Syracuse Funny Bone, Destiny USA. Dominique
$18 admission, 21 & up

CONCERT: Karen Oberlin – 8pm; The Redhouse, 201 S. West St., Syracuse. Originally
from Syracuse, Ms. Oberlin has been a fan of Elvis Costello since her early
teens, when his young angst, disillusionment and vulnerable heart seemed perfectly
in synch with her own. For her new show, she brings a collection of material from
her more than 30 years of following his eclectic, fascinating career to express some
of the intriguing elements of this unique singer/songwriter’s work and life. Tickets:
$25/$15. Info: www.theredhouse.org or (315)425-0405

MUSICAL COMEDY: “First Date” – 8pm; Central New York Playhouse, 3649 Erie
Blvd. E. (Shoppingtown Mall near Macy’s on 2nd floor). See Fri., Feb. 12th. Price: $22
Info: www.cnyplayhouse.com or (315)885-8960

UNFORGETTABLE: The Music of Nat King Cole – 8pm; Jazz Central, 441 E.
Washington St., Syracuse. See Fri., Feb 12th.

PLAY: “Bullshot Crummond” – 8pm; W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing
Arts, Lemoyne College, 1419 Salt Springs Rd., Syracuse. The man, the myth, the
legend! Monty Python meets James Bond in this hilarious spoof of B-movie adventure
films. Presented by the Le Moyne College Department of Visual and Performing Arts
and Boot and Buskin Theatre Club. Tickets: $15 adults, $10 seniors, $5 students &
LeMoyne community. For info and tickets call (315) 445-4200 or www.lemoyne.edu/vpa

CONCERT: The Cadleys and Maria Gillard Trio – 8pm; May Memorial Unitarian
Universalist Society. John and Cathy Cadley show how the simplicity of two voices and
two acoustic instruments can produce powerful music. Their live concerts feature everything
from traditional mountain ballads and bluegrass classics to current hits plus
a few originals. Maria Gillard is a talented singer/songwriter from the Finger Lakes
Region, much revered in folk and bluegrass circles, often toting a mandolin and singing
impeccable harmonies. Her trio — with Elaine Verstraete (vocals and bass) and Perry
Cleaveland (vocals, fiddle and mandolin) — play Gillard’s original songs, which offer a
mix of folk and bluegrass as well as swing and jazz. Price: $12 regular, $10 members
Info: (315)446-8920

PLAY: “Punk Rock” – 8pm; Storch Theater, Syracuse Stage, 820 E. Genesee St.,
Syracuse. Propelled by an anxious momentum, Punk Rock is an honest and unnerving
chronicle of contemporary adolescence at the breaking point set in a British private
school. The underlying tension becomes increasingly pronounced as the play moves
from comic beginnings to a serious & troubling conclusion. Gripping, insightful, and
excitingly theatrical. Presented by Syracuse University Drama Dept. Tickets: Adults
-$19, Seniors (65 & over) and Students -$17. Info: www.syr.edu/academics/drama
SALSA SURVIVAL CLASS for Beginners – 8:15pm – 9:30pm; Johnston’s Ballybay
Pub/Nightclub, 550 Richmond Ave. See Fri., Feb. 13th.

ENTERTAINMENT – 6pm – 9pm; Sitrus on the Hill; Sheraton Univerity Hotel. Ronnie
Leigh & Marcus Curry
9pm; Kitty Hoynes Irish Pub. Paul Davie
9pm; Funk ‘N Waffles Downtown. Pearly Baker’s Best, Ruha $10
10pm; Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. Jam Factor

SWING DANCE PARTY – 9pm – 11:30pm; Puttin’ on the Ritz Dance Studio (Shoppingtown
Mall, DeWitt) A night of East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing, and Hustle dancing
to rock & roll, big band blues, R&B, contemporary, and funk. No Partner needed. Lesson
taught by Steve Ryan from 8pm – 9pm. Open Dancing on two different dance floors
beginning at 9pm. Cost: Open dancing only $5, Lesson only $7, Lesson with dance $10.
Info: Steve Ryan (315)729-6763 or www.steveryandance.com

HAVANA NIGHTS LATIN DANCE PARTY – 10pm – 2am; Ballybay Pub/Nightclub,
550 Richmond Ave. See Fri., Feb. 12th.

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