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Where are the shows of yesteryear?

By LINDA LEAVITT

As another August draws to a close, many older residents are waxing nostalgic for the days when summer in Scarsdale meant another opening, another show.

Every summer for 35 years the Scarsdale Summer Music Theatre was the activity of choice for local kids interested in performing arts. Professionals were hired to teach them not only acting and directing, but singing, sound, lighting, stage design and construction. The sophisticated musical shows they produced in school auditoriums were a wildly popular community event. “It was THE thing to do before there were so many other things to do,” said SSMT president Al Stuart.

Many SSMT alumni went on to successful careers in the entertainment business; others enjoyed the camaraderie and sense of accomplishment in being part of a theater company for six weeks.  Read more >

July 3, 2014

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The show must go on

Whatever happened to the good old summertime when the rest of the year’s frenetic scheduling was suspended for a blissful two months? Kids could block the academic static and tune into other frequencies — like art, nature, swimming and reading for pleasure. They could enjoy a broad camp experience for six or eight weeks, rather than working to hone a skill at a one-week sports specialty camp. They could take seasonal jobs, like counselor, mother’s helper, lifeguarding or scooping ice cream — jobs not designed to beef up a college application or advance a still-distant career. Or they could just hang out with friends and find creative ways to amuse themselves.

Scarsdale Sumer Music Theatre was a vital part of the good old summertime in this community for 35 years.

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