Following is some coverage of the AOH and recent performances. Thanks to the community and the media for embracing our vision for the Ancram Opera House.

Hudson Valley Ovation: REVIEW: Ancram Opera House—The Tricky Part

WHDD/Robin Hood Radio: Off Script Podcast hosted by Dan Dwyer - Interview with Martin Moran, creator and performer of The Tricky Part

imby: REVIEW: THE TRICKY PART at Ancram Opera House

WHDD/Robin Hood Radio: Off Script Podcast hosted by Dan Dwyer - Interview with Stew and Heidi Rodewald

TriCorner News:  REVIEW:  Homebody Soars in Ancram

Berkshire on Stage:  REVIEW: "Homebody" at the Ancram Opera House

A Closer Look:  Ancram Opera House Brings Cultural Hub to Rural Community

Berkshire Style:  Ancram Opera House by Joseph Montebello

The Berkshire Edge:  REVIEW: Chanteuse Lady Rizo’s ‘Red, White and Indigo’ reinterprets patriotism

Chronogram:  Peter Aaron interviews Lady Rizo

Culturadar:  A revitalized Ancram Opera House

Broadway World:  Maria-Christina Oliveras Talks WE'RE GONNA DIE, Her Unlikely Career Path and the Subversiveness of Presence

TriCorner News:  REVIEW: Don't Let the Title Scare You Away
Darryl Gangloff writes:  "The mission of the Ancram Opera House and its co-directors, Jeffrey Mousseau and Paul Ricciardi, is to forge connections in the small, intimate space. They have certainly succeeded with 'We’re Gonna Die,' a short piece that mixes theater and live music during a surprisingly uplifting performance that will leave you singing the catchy title song all the way home."

Berkshire on Stage:  Interview with Jeff Mousseau & Maria-Christina Oliveras:  "We're Gonna Die," Uplifting Stories and Cathartic Songs

WHDD/Robin Hood Radio:  Off Script podcast hosted by Dan Dwyer - Interview with Jeffrey Mousseau, co-Director of AOH, and Maria-Christina Oliveras, who's starring in We're Gonna Die

imby:  Review by Enid Futterman - The Holler Sessions at Ancram Opera House

TriCorner News:  REVIEW: A Radio DJ Shares His Love Of Jazz  
Darryl Gangloff writes, "Boyd is a whirlwind of energy and emotion as Ray, the DJ who discovered jazz late in his life...His passion is infectious, whether you’re a diehard jazz fan or have never heard a single note...Most of all, you’ll laugh throughout the show."

(This article originally appeared in the July 20, 2017, edition of Compass. ©2017 The Lakeville Journal Company, LLC. Hosted/Reprinted with Permission.)

Berkshire on Stage:  REVIEW: “The Holler Sessions” at the Ancram Opera House

Berkshire on Stage: Ancram Opera Plans a Season of Cutting-Edge Theatre

The Rogovoy Report: One-Man Jazz Play Runs at Ancram Opera House

Chronogram:  The Cry of Jazz - Frank Boyd's "The Holler Sessions" at AOH

The Gossips of Rivertown:  This Saturday at the Other Opera House

imby:  Real People Real Stories Launches 2017 Summer Season

imby:  Ancram Opera House 2017 Summer Season

Following is some of the previous coverage:

Poughkeepsie Journal:  Ancram Opera House an experience inside and out

Rural Intelligence:  A New Beginning for the Ancram Opera House

Columbia Paper:  Opera House to Open Again in Ancram

imby:  Ancram Opera House Reopens Its Doors

Following are photos from various events.