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A Review of Latitude 14: Red Fly/Blue Bottle at EMPAC

Latitude 14: Red Fly/Blue Bottle, EMPAC
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Experimental theatre can be a bit of a mixed bag—sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t, and other times it sort of works, meaning that it’s bearable, at least for the hour and a half that you find yourself sitting in the theatre. In the case of Latitude 14: Red Fly/Blue Bottle, which ran at EMPAC [...]

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Absurdity Abounds in ‘Beckett Shorts’

Samuel Beckett
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Absurd situations may not seem ideal, but they do manage to be engaging. When a viewer witnesses something unfamiliar, they tend to act like a deer in headlights, staring and thinking. At Skidmore College, “The Jewel Thief,” an eccentric abstract art show, was co-curated by Jessica Stockholder and Ian Berry to explore new ways to [...]

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Eugene O’Neill’s Ah, Wilderness! Comes to SUNY Adirondack

Ah, Wilderness! SUNY Adirondack
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A reflective tale of small-town life in the early 1900s, Ah, Wilderness! is a departure in the oeuvre of Eugene O’Neill, as it remains his only comedy. Originally written in 1932, the play depicts a warm, nostalgic, sentimental and autobiographical exploration of family, the fiery exuberance of youth, first love and the coming of age [...]

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Haunted Illusions Comes to Lake Placid: An Interview with Illusionist David Caserta

David Caserta
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By Monica Sirignano and Dave Bower Illusionist David Caserta has been performing feats of magic since he was a child. A student of Theatre Arts, he is thoroughly involved in every facet of his performances. David sometimes takes several years to fine tune and perfect his mind-boggling illusions, ensuring that every detail is flawless. Influenced [...]

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Wilkommen, Bienvenu…Life is a Cabaret at Fort Salem

The Fort Salem Theater
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When you hear the word ‘cabaret,’ you may conjure up images of the famous Broadway musical and Bob Fosse’s 1972 film version with Joel Grey as the mysterious master of ceremonies, or perhaps you think of a smoky room, and a lovely woman in a slinky dress, lounging on top of a piano, legs everywhere [...]

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The North Creek Cultural Arts Weekend Kicks into Gear

Aniko Szokody
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Get ready for an exciting array of musical and theatrical performances this weekend, as the North Creek Cultural Arts Weekend kicks into gear on July 23rd. This year’s performances include the Aniko Szokody Piano Quintet, Broadway Gold: A Salute to the Tony Awards as performed by the Seagle Music Colony, and Twelfth Night as part [...]

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History in Live Action: The Last of the Mohicans Outdoor Drama and Benefit Cruise

Last of the Mohicans Outdoor Drama and Benefit Cruise
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Concerning American Independence, most people think of the Revolutionary War; however, the French and Indian War also played a key role in securing our nation’s freedom. Several of the important battles during those years occurred right here in the Lake George region. Many people have learned about this not through high school textbooks, but, rather [...]

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