I recently attended the Million Dollar Quartet at Proctor's Theater in Schenectady, New York. The show was everything I expected: great music, good stories, and a nostalgic journey to the early days of the music business.
If you're looking to get in the holiday spirit, gather up the family and head to Capital Rep in Albany. The Christmas Classic 'It's A Wonderful Life' has been transformed into a 70 minute one-man play.
The familiar 'typewriter' rhythm of the hit song '9 to 5' kicked off a journey back to a corporate office in New York City in 1979, where a chauvinistic boss was about to be taught a lesson by three secretaries with big dreams and imaginations for a better workplace.
Capital Rep is one of our great treasures in the Albany area. The 31st season brought the Capital Region of New York some great theater with 'Black Pearl Sings' 'The Sisters of Rosenweig' and 'Superior Donuts.' The intimate downtown Albany theater is ending the season with a great comedy titled 'God Of Carnage.'
The Mac-Hayden Theater in Chatham is presenting "Always...Pasty Cline" now through September 18. The show captures an era of Country Music that is quickly being forgotten with humor, class and that notable Pasty Cline sass.
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