CARS HOMES JOBS
 
SARATOGA SPRINGS

Review: Baird, her dancers honor legends of tap

Sunday, June 15, 2014
Review: Everything was copasetic on Sunday afternoon when Tina Baird and her Saratoga Jazz Tap rose tall with upbeat rhythms at Universal Preservation Hall as part of SaratogaArts Fest.
 
SARATOGA SPRINGS

Graham company proves great art is timeless

Friday, June 13, 2014
88-year-old Martha Graham Dance company offers impassioned performance at SPAC
 
Death is unlikely buddy in comedy

Death is unlikely buddy in comedy

Thursday, June 12, 2014
Everyone eventually has a meeting with death, but in Richard Romano’s new play, “Famous Last Words,” the main character, Mark Houghton, gets the opportunity to engage the grim reaper in conversation.
 
CHATHAM

Review: Willson's musical classic a delight at Mac-Haydn Theatre

Sunday, June 8, 2014
Review: Those of you who love the Tony-winning musical "The Music Man" will have a good time at Mac-Haydn Theatre's production of the classic show.
 
ALBANY

‘Bent’ eyes Holocaust as it affected gays

Sunday, June 8, 2014
It’s June, LGBT Pride Month, an apt occasion to see Confetti Stage’s well-done production of “Bent,” Martin Sherman’s 1979 play about the gay community swallowed up in the Holocaust.
 
‘Music Man’ gets modern touch for production at Mac-Haydn

‘Music Man’ gets modern touch for production at Mac-Haydn

Thursday, June 5, 2014
When it comes to playing frumpy, middle-aged widows, Meg Dooley is no match for Pert Kelton.
 
Martha Graham troupe to perform, teach during residency at Skidmore
SARATOGA SPRINGS

Martha Graham troupe to perform, teach during residency at Skidmore

Thursday, June 5, 2014
Every time dancer Blakeley White-McGuire steps on stage in a Martha Graham role, she knows her artistry will be stretched.
 
ALBANY

Review: Old favorite saves so-so Baum show

Sunday, June 1, 2014
At Maude Baum and Company’s annual Spring Salon, a ladder serves as a stairway to hell.
 
Review: Glitches aside, ‘Phantom’ shines
SCHENECTADY

Review: Glitches aside, ‘Phantom’ shines

Sunday, June 1, 2014
Despite hefty ticket prices, the Andrew Lloyd Webber blockbuster "The Phantom of the Opera" has become repeated must-see musical entertainment for many, and with repeated visits come comparisons.
 
Mammoth chandelier a star of ‘Phantom’ tour
SCHENECTADY

Mammoth chandelier a star of ‘Phantom’ tour

Friday, May 30, 2014
Regular Proctors patrons will see it, and “Phantom” fans will understand. As they look for their seats in the 88-year-old Schenectady landmark they can’t help but look up and notice that something is different about the ceiling.
 

‘Four Play’ is man’s answer to ‘Menopause The Musical’

Thursday, May 29, 2014
For Rick Wilson and his wife, Nancy, going to the theater often meant nothing more than a fun night out. Then, Rick got inspired.
 
New Schenectady set to welcome new ‘Phantom’
SCHENECTADY

New Schenectady set to welcome new ‘Phantom’

Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Tonight, a new Phantom debuts in a new Schenectady.
 

Arts Summer Preview/Dance: Bolshoi at SPAC

Sunday, May 25, 2014
Some best bets for summer dance in our region, plus a full calendar of events.
 

Arts Summer Preview/Theater: From tent to playhouse to barn

Sunday, May 25, 2014
Some theaterical productions that stand out on the summer schedule.
 
Co-star of hit musical works to hone talent between performances

Co-star of hit musical works to hone talent between performances

Saturday, May 24, 2014
For Julia Udine, a big believer in hard work, playing the female lead in a national touring production of an iconic Broadway musical is a lot like being a world-class athlete.
 
 

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