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Julie Ziavras performs in the title role of Delaware Valley Opera’s production of Offenbach’s “La Perichole,” debuting on Saturday, July 14 in the Seelig Theatre in Loch Sheldrake, NY.

Editor's pick: Delaware Valley Opera opens 21st season

Offenbach’s ‘La Perichole’ leads off lineup in Loch Sheldrake

WHEN: Saturday, July 14.

WHERE: Sullivan County Community College’s Seelig Theatre, Loch Sheldrake.

COST: $15-$25.

CONTACT: call 845/252-7272.

SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY—According to new artistic director Jim Blanton, the 21st season of the Delaware Valley Opera will interest both opera lovers and those who have never seen, or been interested in, opera. At one end of the spectrum is the classic operatic tragedy “Norma,” at the other a selection of lighthearted operetta.

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Editor's pick: More than music at the Bradstan

LaGreca blends music, stand-up comedy and impressions in her award-winning performances

WHEN: Sunday, July 15, 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.

WHERE: The Bradstan Country Hotel, 1561 Route 17B in White Lake.

COST: $35, includes first beverage.

CONTACT: 845/583-4114.

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Encounter with a Cheyenne warrior

SOUTH FALLSBURG, NY—Two Sullivan County women will share the story of their encounter with an Indian warrior and his descendents. The program will be presented at St. Andrew’s at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 14 at the Episcopal Church on Route 42.

Ok-kuh-ha-tuh was a Cheyenne Warrior who fought aggressively in retaliation for the broken treaties, violence, and indignities imposed upon his people during the years following the Civil War. Along with 28 other Cheyenne leaders, he was captured in 1875, and jailed at Fort Marion in Florida.

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