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Kitchen Theatre Company Announces 2020-2021 Season

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The season will feature recordings of previous productions, an online Script Club and more.

Kitchen Theatre Company Announces 2020-2021 Season

The Kitchen Theatre Company, Central New York’s Off Broadway theatre, is excited to announce plans for it’s 2020-2021 season. The Journey to 30: A Celebration of KTC’s Past, Present and Future will offer twenty hybrid and online events and culminate in one live, World Premiere production in June of 2021. The season will build towards the theatre’s 30th Anniversary next season.

The Journey to 30 is divided into three themes, and offered in four acts (see attached for specific date and titles).

 

 

 

  • The Past: Three streaming videos of previous productions recorded live in the Percy Browning Performance Space starring some of Ithaca’s favorite actors (Karl Gregory, Susannah Berryman and Erica Steinhagen) capped by a personal retrospective film directed by KTC’s Artistic Director Emerita Rachel Lampert.

  • The Present: KTC will tackle the vital conversations happening around racial

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SNL At Home Recap, Season 45 Episode 17: April 25, 2020

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The first Saturday Night Live at Home — which aired a couple of weeks ago, or maybe a few years ago, or possibly yesterday — illustrated the good and bad of shows created in quarantine. The Zoom sketches made clear the limitations of the app, and pre-recorded video couldn’t replicate the energy of a live show. That said, as the coronavirus hasn’t been providing a lot of laughs, that first At Home SNL was a stripped-down, heartfelt gesture of solidarity on the part of the producers, writers, and cast. This week, however, the crew had a better sense of the tools at their disposal and got creative. Broadcast TV isn’t like Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok — which are tailor-made for fits of low-fi, creative energy — and this week, SNL did its best to ramp up production and polish things.

As was the case with the first at-home edition, there

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Lurie Garden | Free Four Season Garden

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Maps that are rich in detail help us communicate the complexity and evolution of our dynamic garden. Lurie Garden is intended to be an ever-changing, dynamic planting. The evolving relationships between plant groups and their role in the overall design requires…

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Cutting Back on the Cut-back

The mowing down of the garden in spring used to be straightforward – a crew would ride mulching mowers around the garden to make a clean palette for the anticipated crocus and tulips. While Lurie Garden’s first priority is maintaining the garden’s design beauty and…

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How to Maintain the Initial Vision of a Landscape in the Midst of its Evolution

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Tim Allen’s ‘Last Man Standing’ Referenced ‘Home Improvement’ on Season 7

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It’s tool time on Last Man Standing!

Long before Tim Allen was Mike Baxter, he was Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor on Home Improvement. The latter ran from 1991-1999, and followed Tim Taylor, a TV host raising three boys with his loving wife. Last Man Standing has a similar formula, except Tim’s Mike Baxter has three daughters with his wife Vanessa (Nancy Travis), and owns his own sporting goods store.

The current show, which returned for its seventh season on Fox this year, has packed in a few nods to the ’90s series in the past, including a guest appearance from Jonathan Taylor Thomas, who played Tim’s on-screen son in Home Improvement. Now, the series is sneaking in some references once again, and eagle-eyed fans cannot get enough of it.

After middle daughter Mandy (Molly McCook) announced that she wanted to forgo fashion after facing rejection, Mike tried

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