The 2015 has all the old chestnuts, of course, but lots of newer variations are on the schedule, too.
To celebrate five years in its new home, Schenectady Light Opera Company offers an evening of show stopping numbers from “The First Five Years” at its Franklin Street Theater.
Lauren Letellier knows her subject well: she spent 25 years as a public relations specialist in the Global marketplace.
From Rogue Angel Theatre and Pooja Prema, “The Lift” is a tender & subversive dark comedy with music about love, desire, and escalation… in an elevator.
It’s a cello-bration as Music from Salem offers the mellow sound of a dozen cellos working their way through repertoire devoted to this virtuoso instrument.
Last September’s gala event celebrating the start of BSO Music Director Andris Nelsons’ tenure with the BSO was captured on tape by PBS for its Great Performances series, to be seen this coming Friday, May 29, 2015.
Among the play readings @ 3 we find playwright Sarah Ruhl and actor Jessica Hecht who will get together with the company for a reading of “Dear Elizabeth”.
Butler was no abolitionist, but what he did with the simple idea that slaves were contraband provided the Union free labor and ultimately changed the course of history.