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A Reunion (and a Show): Les Liaisons Dangereuses at the Pendragon Theatre

Joe Guzman and Ginger Lee McDermott in Les Liaisons Dangereuses.
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Les Liaisons Dangereuses at the Pendragon Theatre in Saranac Lake On Wednesday, July 27, the curtain went up at the Pendragon Theatre on Les Liaisons Dangereuses, a dark play by Christopher Hampton set in 18th Century France and based on the novel by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos. Originally produced by England’s Royal Shakespeare Company  in [...]

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

Terry Rabine, Lake George Dinner Theatre
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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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An Old Classic Made New Again: Les Miserables School Edition at the SLOC Theater

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Les Miserables School Edition at the Schenectady Light Opera Company Theater By Helen Holt Plays come and go, but the classics never seem to get old. Schenectady Light Opera Company (better known as SLOC) began its school edition of Les Miserables on Wednesday, April 13. For those who may not be familiar with the story, [...]

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An Interview with Actors Paul D’Amato & Marina Re from LGDT’s Our Son’s Wedding

Our Son's Wedding, Paul D'Amato and Marine Re
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By Monica Sirignano and Dave Bower We recently interviewed Paul D’Amato and Marina Re, the stars of the Lake George Dinner Theatre’s hit production, Our Son’s Wedding. The real-life couple play Angelo (D’Amato) and Mary (Re) in the four person cast of what has undoubtedly become this summer’s biggest area hit. The play is the [...]

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Theresa Rebeck on Women in the Arts and Her Production of “The Novelist” at DTF

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By Monica Sirignano and Dave Bower Theresa Rebeck is a gifted writer. Though she is best known for her plays, many of which present a contemporary and often humorous view of relationships, Rebeck has also written successfully for television, film and literature. With writing credits that include “L.A. Law,” “Third Watch,” “Law and Order,” the [...]

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An Interview with Actress Laura Roth; From the Upcoming Production of StarCrossed at Fort Salem Theater

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By Sarah Cramer Fort Salem Theater’s newest production, StarCrossed, opens this Friday night at 8pm. StarCrossed is an original collaboration between playwright Al Budde and composer and lyricist Jay Kerr. The world premiere, directed by W.M. Aupperlee, will transport the audience back to old Hollywood, to the heyday of stars like Judy Garland and Gene [...]

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Theater on a Bridge: A Look into America’s Most Unique Theater

The Bridge Theater, Whitehall
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By Sarah Cramer The Bridge Theater, often hailed as “America’s Most Unique Theater” is currently administrated by the Arts and Recreation Commission of Whitehall. Even though the actual structure was closed last year due to safety concerns, the ARCW knows that the show must go on. They moved their stage to the nearby Cooke’s Island [...]

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Interview with Murder for Two’s Joe Kinosian and Kellen Blair, Now Playing at the Adirondack Theatre Festival

Murder for Two
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Joe Kinosian and Kellen Blair met a year and a half ago at the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop in New York City. After hitting it off and discovering they had similar theatrical interests, the two decided to continue their collaboration once the program ended. Now after a year and a half of working together as [...]

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