Duo to present staged reading
Tom Courtenay-Clack and Katie Horn will perform a free staged reading of “My Sky Blue,” a new play by Philip Potak at 7:30 p.m. today at Head Start Development Center at 114 Lark St. in Cobleskill.
Courtenay-Clack began his career in 1960 at the BBC in London, specializing in radio commercials, sound effects for television commercials and animated films. He has worked for ad agencies, MTV and Nickelodeon. Horn studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City.
Three other actors will join the duo for the performance.
Group to stage theater revue
Oneonta’s live performance company White Knuckle Productions will present “Theater Revue Extraordinaire” at 7:30 p.m. today in SUNY Cobleskill’s Bouck Theater.
The free show will include comedy, drama, live music, magic, short story readings and staged game of chess.
Soprano, organist to perform Sunday
Saint James’ Church — at 55 Lake Delaware Drive in Delhi — will host soprano Yolanda Sharpe and organist Roberta Rowland-Raybold at 4 p.m. Sunday. The concert will benefit the church’s Choral Scholars Program.
Sharpe will sing arias and songs by Handel, Schubert, Mozart, Strauss and Verdi. Rowland-Raybolk will perform organ selections, including Widor’s “Toccata” from the “Fifth Organ Symphony.”
A $10 donation is requested by presenters, and a reception will follow. For more details, call 832-4401.
Concert to feature SUNY Oneonta grads
Composer Eric Ross and video artist Mary Ross will perform at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Room M201 of the Fine Arts Building on the SUNY Oneonta campus. The pair are SUNY Oneonta graduates.
Eric Ross will play piano, guitar, synthesizer and theremin.
His compositions include elements of jazz, classical, serial and avant garde.
Mary Ross’s videos, projected during the show, are organized, arranged and edited to her husband’s music.
The free concert will include the Rosses most recent work, the “Boulevard d’Reconstructie” (Op. 54).