Author Archives: Timothy Malcolm

Timothy Malcolm

Timothy has been the arts and entertainment editor of the Times Herald-Record, based in Middletown, N.Y., since 2008. He covers a wide array of topics, focusing on performing arts, film and the visual arts.

Wallkill River School, Soon’s Orchards unveil mural

Nancy Reed Jones, an artist member of the Wallkill River School, has created a 24-foot mural for Soons Orchards in New Hampton. The mural was unveiled recently at Soon’s. It’s part of a project to develop a Farm/Art Trail in Orange County, in which open-to-the-public farms are showcased by Orange County Tourism, and then are […]

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Comedy series planned for Middletown Paramount

A press conference is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Tuesday to announce a series of comedy shows at the Paramount Theater in Middletown. The series begins Oct. 26 with Larry Miller, a well-regarded character actor who made his mark as a shady doorman on “Seinfeld.” It will continue through May, when the annual Hoboken International Film […]

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From Stage to Screen hosting fall Munchkin Theatre classes

From Stage to Screen is hosting Munchkin Theatre classes starting Oct. 12. In the classes, students will create a story and characters, and then act out the story. They’ll also be invited to From Stage to Screen’s Young Company production of “101 Dalmatians, Kids,” scheduled for January 2014. The classes will take place at From […]

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Ric Orlando’s eggplant balls are a competition finalist

Good news for a local restaurateur: Steve Barnes of the Albany Times-Union reports in his Table Hopping blog that Ric Orlando – he of New World Home Cooking at 1411 Route 212, Saugerties (he also owns New World Bistro Bar in Albany) – is a finalist in US Foods’ Next Top Product competition for his […]

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Actors needed for ‘Bobby & Jean of Newburgh’

The Newburgh Actors Studio is seeking three actors for its November performance of “Bobby & Jean of Newburgh.” Roles sought are: Young boy (age 12-13); Mother; Father. Interested? Call 541-1065.

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Bronze sculpture master class available at SUNY Orange

With school back in session, it’s time to remember that it’s never too late to learn some new things. So if you’ve ever been interested in bronze sculpting, head to SUNY Orange for a master class. Sculptor Roger Martin of Albemarle, N.C., will show the process of sculpting through casting and patina from noon-2 p.m. […]

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Larry Campbell honored by Americana Music Association

Larry Campbell was named Instrumentalist of the Year by the Americana Music Association at its annual Honors & Awards event. The Woodstock resident, who for years was Levon Helm’s sideman and is now a major cog with the Dirt Farmer Band, was presented the award by Jerry Douglas. Campbell was also part of the house […]

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Auditions for puppeteers in Newburgh, NYC

Puppet production company Up in Arms is seeking a few good puppeteers. Auditions will be held 6:30-8:30 p.m. Sept. 30 at the Theatre at West Shore Station, 27 S. Water St., Newburgh, and then 10 a.m.-noon and 1-3 p.m. Oct. 5 at Chelsea Studios, 151 W. 26th St., Suite 601, New York City. What are […]

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TMI Project trying to take a show on the road

The TMI Project is trying to take its show – “What to Expect When You’re NOT Expecting; True Stories of Slips, Surprises and Happy Accidents” – on the road. And like many non-profit organizations trying to raise money for an effort, it’s taken to the streets … of the internet. TMI has launched an Indiegogo […]

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A quick primer for your Woodstock Film Festival ticket purchasing adventure

As you may or may not know, tickets are now on sale for the Woodstock Film Festival. Get your tickets here. And there is where you’ll find the handy dandy schedule, with times and locations for screenings and panels, concerts and parties. It’s comforting to see that page, as the festival has basically used that […]

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