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 Arts  T  here’s no shortage of ways to satisfy your arts and   ARTS OF HOMER
                                          THE CENTER FOR THE
 cultural cravings in Cortland County. From theatrical
 productions, to gigs by legendary and up-and-coming
 musicians, to art in galleries and shops, there are abundant
 opportunities for you to enjoy the arts!

                                               has become one of the most prolific performing arts venues in
                                               Since its founding in 2005, the Center for the Arts of Homer
                                               Central New York.
 CORTLAND REPERTORY THEATRE  2022 SCHEDULE    of    The 140-year-old former Baptist church plays host to a diverse series
 C  ortland Repertory Theatre is one of New York State’s longest running    Over the River and Through the Woods, June 22 - July 2  mu-    sic and dance lessons, rehearsal spaces and an art gallery displaying
                                                main stage programs, while also housing a series of studios used for
 Hair, June 8-18

                                               work from local and regional artists.
 Kiss Me Kate, July 6-16
                          The building’s aesthetic has remained largely untouched from its church days. Stained glass windows
 Murder on the Orient Express, July 20-30
 professional theatres, producing shows guaranteed to make you laugh, cry,
                          line the walls and a former choir loft serves as a balcony. The altar was replaced with a small stage in
 or hum up the aisles.
 Mary Poppins, August 3-20
                          the 400-seat Whiting Theatre, and has seen many renowned global, national, regional, and local acts,
 The Theatre’s summer home is in the charming, turn-of-the-century Little York    including: Richie Havens, Butch Trucks, Rusted Root, Judy Collins,
 Pavilion at Dwyer Memorial Park in Preble. From June through September, the theatre   Summer Productions: 6799 Little York Lake Road, Preble  Arlo Guthrie, Tim Reynolds & TR3, Graham Nash, Leon Russell,
 produces classic musicals and cutting-edge plays, along with children’s show.  Fall/Winter Productions: 24-26 Port Watson Street, Cortland  Colin Hay, SpyroGyra, David Sedaris, Hot Tuna, and other notable,
 CRT’s winter location, and year-round administration and box office, is “CRT Downtown”,   (607) 756-2627 •   emerging artists.
 located in a former bowling alley in Downtown Cortland.  The venue hosts a wide
 variety of events, including comedy nights, concerts, cabaret nights, community   Be sure to arrive early to give yourself time to relax and enjoy the
 dances, and proms along with CRT produced plays and original productions.  pre-concert experience! Mingle with friends, and enjoy food and
                          drink specials at the bar prior to the show.

            THE CENTER
            FOR THE ARTS
            72 South Main Street, Homer
            (607) 749-4900

 10  © Karen Vaughan                                                                                                  11
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