It’s a shame Fiasco Theater’s Into the Woods at Proctors was such a limited engagement--I do wish the energy, joy and creativity of the production
This Dorian Gray stays fairly true to the source material, but brings the story into the modern age.
This is the third time Wicked has graced Proctors’ stage, but you couldn’t tell by the audience--the theater Thursday night was packed.
An ambitious dream of a stage-struck youngster will be fulfilled at Proctors.
There wasn’t a single weak link in this cast. Everyone had both excellent acting talent and impeccable comedic timing.
Amy Durant reviews the regional premiere of Grand Concourse.
Assisted Loving is crackingly funny.
Schenectady Civic Playhouse, Schenectady Opens Friday, 1/27, 8 PM Frederick Knott’s classic thriller pits a trio of crooks against a blind Greenwi
With Star Wars fever sweeping the country again thanks to the machinations of Disney, Charles Ross is bringing Star Wars fans back to simpler and pure
John Cleese, Proctors, Jan. 19 “I’m going to end with two Jewish jokes.” John Cleese finished a long, delightful evening with a string of midd
Songs to Amuse, Steamer No. 10 Theatre, Dec. 31 Keyboardist Malcolm Kogut and singer Byron Nilsson (aka B.A. Nilsson in these pages) brought their ca