The flags of Central and South American countries adorned the walls of the Vail-Leavitt Music Hall in Riverhead last weekend. Inside, guests enjoyed multicultural foods prepared by Guatemalan and Mexican restaurants as musicians entertained from the stage. READ
The 19th-century Vail-Leavitt Music Hall in Riverhead was buzzing as Sophia Burke fielded one question after another. A bobby pin had just fallen from a girl’s hair. A boy inquired about a name tag. Ms. Burke assured him she needs only five minutes to make it. READ
Experienced actors are being asked to visit the Vail-Leavitt Music Hall this Saturday, June 17, to audition for a series of short plays that will be performed during the upcoming East End Fringe Festival, scheduled for July 26 to Aug. 6. READ
Clear your schedules, theater lovers, because the Fringe Festival is coming to Riverhead this summer.
The international festival will last 10 days and feature never-before-seen plays, poetry readings, a jazz brunch and more.
Lately, it seems everyone just wants an escape from the election.
Last week, I had been planning a humor column about people posting on Facebook that they couldn’t wait for Election Day to pass so their newsfeeds could return to normal. READ
The Vail-Leavitt Music Hall in downtown Riverhead has announced it will host a blues festival next month.
Riverhead Faculty and Community Theatre will hold an open cast call for “Hooray for Hollywood: 80 Years of Oscar Winners,” a musical revue, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, at the Pulaski Street School auditorium in Riverhead. (more…)
The Vail-Leavitt Music Hall was filled to capacity Saturday morning and it wasn’t for a famous musician or performer.
It was East End Disability Associates’ second annual Holiday Show, put on by their Creative Arts Program. (more…)