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Schenectady Light Opera Company

South Pacific

by The Staff February 5, 2015


  One of the brighter Broadway revivals of the last decade was Rodgers and Hammerstein’s legendary musical South Pacific. It was an instance of a classic show suddenly seeming relevant again, thanks to the show’s wartime ...

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Bring Out Your Dead

by Alexander M. Stern May 15, 2014


  Let’s make one thing perfectly clear right at the outset: The Schenectady Light Opera Company absolutely kills it in their production of Young Frankenstein, Mel Brooks’ musical adaptation of his classic 1974 film. Their high-energy ...

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Little Shop of Horrors

by The Staff December 6, 2012


  As the song goes, from small things big things one day come. In the early 1980s, Little Shop of Horrors, a witty and typically microbudgeted comedy-horror film by Roger Corman, was transformed into a smash ...

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Another Opening

by Kathryn Geurin February 23, 2011


Schenectady Light Opera Company was bustling on Monday evening as the company prepared for Friday’s opening performance of The Drowsy Chaperone. Actors filed on stage for mic checks as crew members brushed fresh paint onto ...