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Adirondack Theatre Festival


by The Staff June 18, 2015

  He’s got a gal in Kalamazoo. Adirondack Theatre Festival will open their 2015 season this week with Kalamazoo, a romantic comedy about a 70-something Irish Catholic bird lover named Peg meeting a 70-something Jewish metal-detector enthusiast ...

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Best Theater 2013: James Yeara

by James Yeara December 24, 2013

  1. Stockholm Stageworks/Hudson Having its American premiere at Stageworks/Hudson, Stockholm was riveting. The play was a dash of Mamet, a pinch of Ruhl, a sweating of Pinter, a snap of LaBute, sprinklings of Albee, a zest of ...


Adirondack Delight

by James Yeara August 1, 2013


  Avenue Q is a musical triumph: a feel-good, laugh-out-loud, surreal hallucination. See it. It’s still playing off-Broadway in Manhattan, where it played on Broadway for six years after starting as an off-Broadway hipster affair. It’s ...

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Avenue Q

by The Staff July 24, 2013


  “Everyone’s a Little Bit Racist.” That is but one of the many songs crooned by the potty-mouthed but endearing puppets of the Tony Award-winning Best Musical Avenue Q, which opens tonight at the Charles R. Wood ...

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Art Inspires Art

by James Yeara July 18, 2013

  From the dark a loon calls. Soon the sun rises on a center-stage rock outcropping, seemingly carved into the mountainsides surrounding Lake George. As the stage light warms over the top of the outcropping, Max ...

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Heartbreaker: Two Months with Judy Garland

by The Staff June 28, 2013


  Two-time Tony Award nominee Christine Andreas is Judy Garland in this world-premiere drama about the diva’s late-in-life relationship with playwright and songwriter John Meyer, who not only wrote this play, but also the memoir on ...

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Black Tie

by The Staff June 21, 2012


“There are not many fixed verities in the world of the theater, but one of the few is that when A.R. Gurney returns to home territory—writing about the manners and morals of the white Anglo-Saxon ...

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Myth Adventures

by John Rodat June 29, 2011


In K of D, an Urban Legend, an unnamed narrator (“the girl, who does most of the talking” in the script) begins by telling the audience that the story she’s going ...

The K of D, an Urban Legend

by The Staff June 22, 2011


As the subtitle of Laura Schellhardt’s play suggests, The K of D is an eerie, unsettling drama with the narrative kick of a classic urban legend. Set in a lakeside resort town over the course ...

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