After twelve years, the Cohoes Music Hall goes dark as C-R Productions ceases producing professional musicals, and says farewell with two gala performances.
In the bleak, corporate break room of a craft store in Idaho, someone is summoning The Rapture. A father seeks to reconnect with his son. All set against a manager desperate for profits while paying employees as little as possible. Welcome to life in dysfunctional America.
Mad Mondays return to the Mac-Haydn again this summer with two musical revues that are sure to tickle the funny bone of us locals. Carl Ritchie and the Franklin Family Performers sure know how to keep us entertained.
Burns and Murray loved this show, now playing in Troy: “Strimbeck had her cast walking, dancing, creeping, and jumping all over the theatre.” One word: GO!
May highlights include: Highland, one of the newest bands on the Berkshire scene featuring area high schoolers; Youth Alive Step, Dance and Drum teams; a performance from music students from Reid Middle School and Taconic High School; drumming from the Berkshire Rhythm Keepers and the Funk Box Dance Studio.
Our preview of this new production includes video clips of the most famous arias, an interview with director Sir David McVicar and synopsis of both plots.
As the second wave of feminism crests in America, Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winner Kyra Sedgwick makes her WTF debut in the world premiere of a play by Pulitzer Prize-winner William Inge which opens the season. The coming summer is full of promise.