One of the many arts and entertainment venues throughout our community is continuing their live performances under the tent at the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage.

We have had Naima Kradjian the CEO of the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage on WNBF throughout this past year talking about the re-emergence of the arts, and how much the community has missed the live performances.

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According to a news release the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage has lined up some great shows beginning the first week of August, they include comedy, jazz and even a film premiere of a movie shot right here in Binghamton.

The Live performances start on August 7 with a comedic duet, featuring New York stand-up comedian Dennis Rooney, and actor Chris Roach, plays the character Mott on the CBS sitcom “Kevin Can Wait”

On August 14th the community can check out a movie that was shot on location in Binghamton, the film premiere of Christopher Keller’s “The Dark Web” about a private detective named Stuart Tyyrell.

The Schorr Family Firehouse Stage brings Canine Comedy on August 15th with Johnny Peers and his Muttville Comix,, and live Jazz from the Al Hamm Jazztet on August 16th

Its really nice to see the community events returning to live venues, here’s to a great summer in the Southern Tier.

More information on the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage CLICK HERE

 

 

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