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Excitement is building in Edgemont for the high school’s annual spring musical, which this year will be “Into the Woods” to be performed March 3-5 at the high school auditorium — and tickets, which must be purchased this year online, are already going fast.

This year’s show, featuring a cast of 16 talented students from all four high school grades, is being produced and directed by 23-year old Danny Bernstein, who last year directed Edgemont’s award-winning production of “Urinetown.”

Mr. Bernstein, a 2010 Edgemont graduate, is a professional musical theater playwright and composer, whose original musical “Far from Canterbury” last summer won best musical at the New York International Fringe Festival. Mr. Bernstein also performed this past November at the White House.

Edgemont’s production of “Into the Woods” — sponsored in part by the PTSA’s Arts and Cultural Enrichment Subcommittee or ACE — may be unlike any version of the Sondheim classic that has ever been produced thus far on stage or screen.  Conceived by Mr. Bernstein, the show features an original set, original costumes and a unique concept in which, among other firsts, one of Edgemont’s most talented student musicians — an award-winning composer and performer in his own right — will play a key role.

Tickets for the show went on sale online earlier this week.  Tickets are $20 for the first performance Thursday night, March 3, which is a benefit for the Edgemont Scholarship Council, and $15 apiece for the shows on March 4 and 5.  Evening performances start at 7 p.m., and on Saturday, March 5, when there are two shows, the matinee will begin at 1 p.m.

The sale of tickets online this year is new, but allows everyone who wants a ticket to select the specific performance and individual seat assignment in the 300-seat auditorium. Even though the show is three weeks away, nearly 300 tickets have already been sold in only the first week, including more than half of the tickets available for the Saturday night performance.

To buy a ticket go to http://ehs-into-the-woods.eventbrite.com. To select your own seat you must order from a computer/laptop. Mobile phones do not allow seat selection (you will be assigned the best available seat). Also, Google Chrome is the best browser to use as Eventbrite is not supported by all browsers. Do make sure you are using the most up-to-date version of your browser.


Join the SBNC

With six nominees to be interviewed to fill three vacancies (click for full ECC News Update) – UPDATED LINK on the Edgemont School Board, this year clearly demonstrates the importance of having your civic association fully represented in the School Board Nomination Committee process.  … Continue reading


Six Nominees to Interview with SBNC

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This year the School Board Nominating Committee (SBNC) has done a phenomenal job seeking qualified individuals to sit on the Edgemont Board of Education.  Over 60 people were approached and many of those individuals seriously considered the option up until … Continue reading

SBNC Call for Nominations


The School Board Nominating Committee will hold an open meeting Wednesday, January 20th (Snow Date January 21st) at 8:00 PM in the Greenville School library to receive nominations for candidates for the Edgemont Union Free School District Board of Education. Nominations must be made in a letter addressed to Howard Hirsch, SBNC Chairman, 21 Barford Lane, Scarsdale, NY 10583 and must be received before January 20th at 8:00 PM. Nominating letters may also be presented in person at the open meeting held that evening.

Additional information can be found on the SBNC websitewww.edgemontecc.com/sbnc

Additionally, anybody interested in serving on the 2016-2017 SBNC is encouraged to reach out to their Civic Association President. Contact information can be found here.



It took the Town a year to do it, but Greenburgh tonight finally approved landmark legislation to give its police the tools they need to close permanently all “adult” massage businesses in unincorporated Greenburgh that employ persons that are not … Continue reading