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Theater Talk: D'Youville's Kavinoky 'going to the dogs???' Saints (and Maggies) be praised!

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Big doings on Buffalo's diverse West Side on the D'Youville College campus, with a major emphasis on a health professions hub, more acting jobs in the "Simulated Patient Program," and repurposing Holy Angels Church with all sorts of promising arts ideas floated, including a second theatrical space, and the Kavinoky possibly becoming an Actors Equity house. As the college drops their old "Spartans" mascot and embraces the more appropriate "Saints" ("Never refuse to serve") two new campus residents are St. Bernard puppies, Maggie and Saint, seen in a promotional video here.

LISTINGS

The Alleyway began their Digital Theatre Festival on November 6 and it runs through the 22nd.  Eight plays in various formats.  Visit the website or scroll down to Theater Talk from October 30 for details.

Jewish Repertory Theater has opened their online season, November 5, with BAR MITZVAH BOY starring Buffalo favorite Peter Palmisano as a middle-aged man in need of a Bar Mitzvah. Ticket information here.  https://jewishrepertorytheatre.com/

Post-Industrial Productions (PIP) is offering DIGITALLY DRAMATIZED: VIDEO PLAYS FOR THE NEW WORLD. See their Facebook page for details.

Road Less Traveled Productions   https://www.roadlesstraveledproductions.org/  has Six 10-Minute Radio Plays by 6 Buffalo Playwrights this November, continuing on Mondays and Thursdays November 9, 12, 16, 19, and 23. Buffalo Rises 2.0 with plays by Donna Hoke, Darryl Schneider, Mary McLaughlin, Diane Jones, Sean Cullen and Gary Earl Ross, Directed by Sara Kow-Falcone and Kyle LoConti, Curated by Katie Mallinson, and with Stage Management by Stephen Brakey and Mike Doben, Audio Engineer: Eric Burlingame.

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