SUMMER AMPHITHEATER
     

Summer
Amphitheater
Location

John F. Kennedy Memorial Drive and Trevor Park, Yonkers


FREE Performances
8 pm
(doors open 7:30 pm)


FREE
Parking

at the Kennedy Marina, next to the Amphitheater entrance




 

 

 

Summer 2017    8pm     FREE!

Music  •  Movies  •  Comedy  •  Drama

   
 
  July
 



Milo Z Plays Razzamofunk

Fri
21
Milo Z, out of New York City, mixes funk, soul, rock, rap, and jazz to make "Razzamofunk" guaranteed to get you moving and grooving.
Curated by Purpl.
 



National Comedy Theatre

Sat
22

An improvised comedy performance from audience suggestions, NCT is fast moving, interactive, and the most fun allowed by New York law.

 



Singer, Songwriter Lucy Kaplansky

Fri
28
Popular record albums, successful gigs, and a penchant for bringing life’s experiences to her soulful vocals makes Kaplansky’s performance a summer star billing.
Curated by Purpl.
 

 

Edward Scissorhands

Sat
29

This classic Tim Burton movie tells the story of Edward,
an unfinished creation with scissor blades instead of real hands, is taken in by a suburban family and finds life and love.
PG, 1990

 

 

  August
 

 


Afro-Peruvian Ensemble

Fri
4
An all-star band brings us rhythms of the Peruvian coast from uplifting festejos to “contrapunto de Cajones” (box drums counterpoint) and “contrapunto de Zapateo” (tap dancing competition).
Curated by Purpl.

 

 

Games for the Mind with Marc Salem

Sat
5
With psychological techniques, a sharp eye, and quick wit, Salem engages you in mesmerizing Mind Games.

 


Spanglish Fly

Fri
11
The stage rings with New York City’s 1960s
brass-heavy, funky Latin Boogaloo. Love R&B, soul, mambo and son montuno? You’ll love Spanglish Fly!
Curated by Purpl.

 


Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

Sat
12
Shrunken to the size of insects, four teens trek through their backyard facing large-scale danger to regain their normal size.   PG, 1989

 

 

Joey Berkley’s Bandits

Fri
18
Joey Berkley, Director of the Westchester Center for Jazz and Contemporary Music, along with his “Bandits” perform their unique funky sound rooted in the tradition of Miles, Monk and Coltrane.

 


Love’s Labour’s Lost

Sat
19
Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival presents this hilarious Shakespearean comedy that forces eligible gentlemen to keep love, food, and sleep at arm’s length.

 





Amphitheater Summer 2017 programs are sponsored, in part, by Henry E. Niles Foundation. Additional support is provided by Mercy College.

Drama, movie, music and comedy programs are organized by the Hudson River Museum in association with Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, National Comedy Theater, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, Purpl, and Westchester Center for Jazz and Contemporary Music.