Troy Foundry Theatre Presents “A Deed Without a Name”

An experiment in coping. A reclamation of lost things. A question of consciousness. A life cycle. Rules are irrational. Memories are jumping frames and the past is bleeding into the present aching to be remembered. This is not a story with a sad ending. This is not a story with…

REVIEW: “Yellow” at Troy Foundry Theatre

by Roseann Cane As you enter the Trojan Hotel, the bar and ballroom of which date from 1830, the immersion begins. The hotel, abandoned for decades, has been restored by members of the Troy Foundry Theatre and the cast and crew of Yellow, a world premiere devised work, a commission with…

REVIEW: “Shakespeare in Love” at Capital Rep

by Roseann Cane Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill, Producing Artistic Director of the Capital Repertory Theatre, has long been devoted to making the company currently known as theREP a vital contributor to the community in which it lives, to, as she has written, “…to keep our mission of community service strong!” From theREP’s…

Saratoga Shakespeare Company Announces 2018 Season of Transformation

This summer, Saratoga Shakespeare Company will celebrate its 18th season in the Forest of Arden and on the fields of war with two of Shakespeare?s most enduring plays, As You Like It and Henry IV, Parts 1 &2 (combined), in Historic Congress Park The Saratoga Shakespeare Company of Saratoga Springs,…

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