Puppets are taking over the world. “The Muppets” are coming to Broadway, courtesy of Disney, and to TV thanks to
The Golden Dragon Acrobats returned to Chautauqua Institution Tuesday as part of the Family Entertainment Series. Taking the Amphitheater stage, they dazzled the audience, children and adults alike, with their feats of flexibility and strength.
Ukrainian clown trio Aga-Boom — Dimitri Bogatirev, Iryna Ivanytska and Jesse Highley — entertained children and adults alike with their antics from the Amphitheater stage on July 15. The group performed as part of the Family Entertainment Series.
Aga-Boom has performed all over the world, but its director believes an American audience could be a little harder to please. Often, Dimitri Bogatirev said, Americans suffer from “coulrophobia,” or a fear of clowns — just think of the creepy clown in the “Poltergeist” movies.
Kathy and Jim Pender and the Michael Pender Fund of the Cleveland Foundation are sponsoring tonight’s Family Entertainment Series, Aga-Boom, at 7:30 p.m. in the Amphitheater
DFT Communications, Partners in Technology, will underwrite Bravo! Bravo!: A Family Friendly Opera Revue and special Q-and-A at 6 p.m. today in Smith Wilkes Hall, as well as several Community Appreciation Nights offered on select evenings as part of the free Family Entertainment Series.
Violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain is always in tune. If one prods further, they will find a Roumain from his 2009
It’s a musical beginning for this year’s Family Entertainment Series at Chautauqua Institution.
The Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet has performed at the Institution for the past 14 years, according to Artistic Director Monika Alch. While its ballerinas may have come and gone during that time, the company’s performances at Chautauqua have remained a constant.
David Epley will perform his show “The Science of Santa” as Doktor Kaboom for the Family Entertainment Series at 5 and 7 p.m. tonight in Smith Wilkes Hall.