The title of this installment to Proctors: On and Off Stage is inspired by a tongue-in-cheek comment received via email this weekend from Capital Region arts and entertainment critic Bob Goepfert (the Troy Record, The Saratogian).
A high-energy, gifted and generous cast rendered every character portrayed in "Crowns" with clarity and authenticity.
Through a purely coincidental encounter in an embracing gathering place called Proctors, I relived my youth.
Today I have a hard time believing my memory of what downtown used to look like -- the ghost-town atmosphere that now have all seemingly faded into the past.
Planning special events involving Santa Claus and wine tasting is just part of the fun (and hard work) for the Proctors special events manager.
A week-long event titled Qfest at Proctors will focus on the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning communities in the region in a festival of gay-themed films.
"Molecules to the MAX!," now playing in 3-D at Proctors and in cities around the world, was produced at RPI.
There are many opportunities in the Capital Region to see and to buy good original art.
Mel Brooks talks about the musical "Young Frankenstein" at Proctors.
The first in a series of three commentaries by Proctors' art director on the fun and excitement in collecting art.