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Have Another Glass…Wine Lovers: The Musical Comes to Saratoga

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Wine Lovers: The Musical, Universal Preservation Hall, Saratoga CLICK HERE TO READ OUR REVIEW OF WINE LOVERS, THE MUSICAL. Now here’s a show that will definitely get you into the spirit. Wine Lovers: The Musical will be coming to Saratoga Springs this August. Wine Lovers: The Musical is not only a show, it’s also the [...]

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A Comical Feast: Lake George Dinner Theatre’s Skin Deep

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Skin Deep at the Lake George Dinner Theatre, Review Outrageously funny one-liners and a refreshingly human and topical subject matter make the Lake George Dinner Theatre’s current production of Skin Deep one of this summer’s biggest hits. A charming comedy that looks at serious issues, without resorting to being overly preachy, Skin Deep uses the [...]

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A Weekend of History: The French and Indian War Encampment in Crown Point

French and Indian War Encampment, Crown Point
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French and Indian War Encampment at the Crown Point Historic Site in Crown Point, NY If you’ve never been to an encampment, the French and Indian War Encampment in Crown Point on August 13-14, 2011, may just be the perfect one to make your first. Hosted at the Crown Point State Historic Site for over [...]

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The Last of the Mohicans Outdoor Drama in Lake George Puts a New Twist on an Old Classic

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The Last of the Mohicans Outdoor Drama, Wild West Ranch, Lake George The Last of the Mohicans Outdoor Drama returns to the Lake George region for its second year on July 29, 2011. If you saw last year’s production, you might notice some changes this time around, including that the company has more than doubled [...]

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A Small Theatre with a Big Punch: Sweeney Todd at the Pendragon Theatre, Review

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Sweeney Todd, Pendragon Theatre, Review On Friday night, I was fortunate to see Pendragon Theatre’s production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. I wasn’t disappointed. This dark yet comical story of a barber who murders his clients has several layers of backstory, as well as witty dialogue and catchy songs. Based on [...]

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Adirondack Theatre Festival’s Shooting Star Shines

Shooting Star. Photo by Mark Oristano.
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Shooting Star at ATF, Review The third in a series of five productions comprising the 2011 season of the Adirondack Theatre Festival (ATF), Steven Dietz’s play, Shooting Star, opened at the Charles R. Wood Theater on Friday, July 8, treating its audience to a 90-minute performance that concluded with an earnest and well-earned standing ovation. [...]

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An Interview with Terry Rabine, Artistic Director of the LGDT, on LGDT’s Newest Production, Skin Deep

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Terry Rabine on Skin Deep, Lake George Dinner Theatre’s Latest Production By Monica Sirignano and Dave Bower Since taking ownership in 2008 of the Lake George Dinner Theatre, Terry Rabine has made a concerted effort to bring new and contemporary plays to the dinner theatre stage. A veritable force in the theatre world, Rabine’s career [...]

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Laughter is the Best Medicine: The Mystery of Irma Vep at the Pendragon Theatre, Review

Robert W. Pettee and Burdette Parks in The Mystery of Irma Vep. Courtesy Pendragon Theatre
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The Mystery of Irma Vep at the Pendragon Theatre, Review Featuring rapid pacing, abundant insanity, quick costume changes and a non-stop delivery of jokes, Pendragon Theatre’s current production of Charles Ludlam’s The Mystery of Irma Vep, is a brilliant and vibrant comical experience, where, yes, you will laugh your ass off. Originally produced by Charles [...]

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Adirondack Theatre Festival Announces Its 2011 Summer Lineup

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Adirondack Theatre Festival (ATF) 2011 Lineup Summer is nearly upon us, meaning not only warmer weather and time off, but also time to take advantage of the great summer theatre festivals that come to the area. But where to go and which to check out? Well here’s one you definitely might want to catch this [...]

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Give ‘em the Old Razzle Dazzle: Chicago at LPCA, Review

Chicago at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts
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Chicago at LPCA, Review There was an abundance of “Razzle Dazzle” at this year’s production of Chicago, presented by the Community Theatre Players of Lake Placid. Set in 1920s Chicago, the musical is originally based on the book of the same name by reporter Maurine Dallas Watkins of the Chicago Tribune. Watkins covered the 1924 [...]

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