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Peter Handke’s “Kaspar” at Skidmore College, April 28-May 1

Peter Handke's "Kaspar" at the Skidmore College Department of Theater. Photo Courtesy of Sue Kessler.
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Peter Handke’s Classic 1967 Play Comes to Skidmore Kaspar at Skidmore College As part of their Spring 2016 Director’s Lab, The Skidmore College Department of Theater will perform Kaspar by Peter Handke, from Thursday, April 28 through Sunday, May 1 at the Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater’s Black Box. This year’s production is directed by senior [...]

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A Rare Screening of a Silent Classic Comes to Proudfit Hall

Salem, NY native and silent screen actress Jane Gail
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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea at Proudfit Hall on January 18 Salem Resident Jane Gail in Jules Verne’s Timeless Classic Are you a fan of silent films? Are you fan of Jules Verne’s classic novels? Well, you’re in luck, as the 1916 adaptation of Verne’s Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea will be screened at [...]

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The Ultimate Midnight Movie: Rocky Horror at the Wood Theater this Saturday Night!

Tim Curry in The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Jim Sharman, 1975)
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It’s Time for Rocky Horror, ya Hot Patootie! The Beloved Camp Classic Comes to the Wood Theater for Halloween You loved it last year…so, you want some more? Yer damn right you do! Break out your garter belts! Halloween just isn’t the same without The Rocky Horror Picture Show! One of the most beloved cult [...]

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An Art Exhibit that Supports Farmland Preservation: Landscapes for Landsake, Preview

A Landscape by Ann Fitzgibbons. Image Courtesy of Agricultural Stewardship Association.
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A Unique Exhibit of Painting and Photography Preview of ASA’s Landscapes for Landsake Annual Exhibit Washington and northern Rensselaer Counties offer incredibly scenic views this time of year. The leaves are beginning to peak and the temperature changes from oppressive heat to crisp, cooler weather. These scenic landscapes fused with the farming traditions of the Upper Hudson Valley will be [...]

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MOM BABY GOD: A Controversial Show Tackling Abortion Rights Comes to Glens Falls

Madeline Burows in MOM BABY GOD. Photo Courtesy of Jessica Neria
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Reproductive Rights and the Pro-life Movement at the Wood Theater Madeline Burrows‘ MOM BABY GOD, Preview   Described as “a rare night at the theater that is both thought-provoking and smashingly entertaining”, artist and activist Madeline Burrows, will perform a unique, one-woman show, entitled MOM BABY GOD at the Wood Theater in Glens Falls on [...]

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The Balloons Are Back: A Preview of the 2014 Cambridge Balloon Festival

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Colors and Shapes Once Again Fill the Cambridge Skies Cambridge Prepares for the 2014 Balloon Festival: June 6-8, 2014 Organized and sponsored by the Cambridge Valley Chamber of Commerce, the 14th Annual Cambridge Balloon Festival will run from Friday, June 6 through Sunday, June 8, 2014, where 10 hot air balloons will fly over the hills of [...]

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A Preview of the 2014 Food to Farm Festival in Glens Falls

2014 Food to Farm Festival
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Organic Alternatives and Good Food in Glens Falls on May 24 Food to Farm Festival Comes to Crandall Park On May 8, 2014, Vermonts Governor Peter Shumlin signed an important bill that would require all food manufacturers to label their products that contain genetically modified organisms (or GMOs). The actual bill will not become effective [...]

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Human Sacrifice Comes to Glens Falls

Production sketch for Human Sacrifice.
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A Family Friendly Performance Piece in Crandall Park Blood and Guts Galore in Ten Hour Marathon Art Installation This Friday, April 4, 2014, a unique performance piece will come to Glens Falls. Produced and directed by the internationally renowned performance artist known as Dhebrixz, the family friendly Human Sacrifice will be performed in the Crandall [...]

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Insects Sing and Dance at Proctors on March 21st, Preview

The Omaha Theatre Company's production of Diary of a Worm, a Spider, and a Fly. Phot Courtesy of Owen Carey.
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Diary of a Worm, a Spider, and a Fly Comes to Proctors Doreen Cronin’s Inventive Children’s Books Transformed into a Stage Musical If you’re a fan of Doreen Cronin’s children’s books, then you’ll get a kick out of this. Three of her engaging books that focus on the insect world will come to Proctors on [...]

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Wine & Dine for the Arts at the Albany Hilton, Preview

Angry Clams. Photo Courtesy of The Albany Wine and Dine for the Arts Festival.
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The Holidays are Over: Time to Keep Eating! A Preview of the 5th Annual Wine & Dine for the Arts Festival If you’re suffering from cabin fever from all the cold weather, then the 5th Annual Albany Wine and Dine for the Arts Festival might be just the event to get you out of the [...]

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