A Crumbling Mansion Supplies Laughs (and Maybe a Ghost) at Cider Mill Stage
| January 31, 2018
Director Dennis Fox and actor Chris Nickerson join us to talk about Alan Ayckbourn’s farce ‘Taking Steps’, coming up at
Cider Mill Stage. A recently-married couple intends to fix up a old house to start their married life, but unexpected visitors with their own agendas frustrate the process.
Photo credit: Clocktower Theater Company
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Among the groups testifying during the hearing were members of Justice and Unity in the Southern Tier.
Cofounder Andy Pragacz said court closures and delayed openings have extended the imprisonment of inmates with health conditions at the Broome County jail.
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