The Colorado progressive bluegrass band hits the road with new material yet to be recorded, along with opening act The Drunken Hearts. Admission includes a free dance lesson. A burlesque-inspired performance by the Body Barre adult dance team. A sexy and sophisticated evening showcasing dancers in the region of all ages as we debut our adult dance team.
A dance production that highlights a pivotal dialogue between a modern woman, or nayika, and her inner goddess.
Through original poetry, music and movement, it follows the internal journey of a nayika's struggle to achieve her dreams while living in a patriarchal society. The Russian Ballet Theatre performs Tchaikovsky's classic. Friday and Saturday; 3 p. Kenneth Jones' new six-actor play, inspired by real events that touch on civil rights and censorship issues in the Deep South, introduces audiences to the little-known true story of a librarian named Emily Reed, who was persecuted by politicians for protecting a children's picture book in the Jim Crow South.
Thursday and Friday; 2 and 8 p. Saturday; 1 and p. Sunday; p. Tuesday and Wednesday. The Broadway musical — with music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, and book by Jennifer Lee — is based on the film of the same name, and centers on the relationship between two sisters who are princesses, Elsa and Anna. Main St. Thursday and Friday; 2 p. Brian Friel's play chronicles the life of the faith healer Francis Hardy as monologued through the shifting memories of Hardy, his wife, Grace, and stage manager, Teddy.
Thursday, Saturday, Wednesday; 3 p. Friday; 2 p. Lynn Nottage's play is set in New York City in and concerns a young African-American woman who travels to New York to pursue her dreams, becoming an independent woman as a seamstress. Thursday-Saturday, 2 p. In this whimsical musical, when young school girl Meg is told by her caring and worried grandmother that "she has lost her curiosity," she is propelled into a world where time has disappeared.
Thursday and Friday; and p. The musical follows the story of Dee and her best friend Mandy.
Together we witness the girls' major life events in their little black dresses — first job interview, first date, first awkward sexual experience, first funeral and more. Friday; 2 and p. Saturday; 2 p. An evening of seven minute plays about the many forms of love and acceptance. A musical based on the stories of P.
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Travers and the Walt Disney film. Art in the Public Eye is returning to The Hyde with a new script to offer a mysterious themed adventure of Hyde House. Engage with curious characters inspired by the artists and artworks of the Museum to examine who is truthful and who is hiding something. Friday and Saturday; 2 p. All of the wit and romance of Jane Austen's classic novel come to life in this refreshingly fast-paced and engaging new adaptation.
A quarterly showcase of local theater. Wood Theater, Glen St.
Thursday-Saturday; 2 p. In a futuristic world, people must pay for the privilege to urinate. Heroic Bobby Strong leads the fight against this practice in a musical comedy that spoofs musical comedy — and musical drama. Performed by Glens Falls Community Theatre. Thursday; 8 p. Not So Common Players performs the musical comedy based on the characters created by cartoonist Charles M. Schulz in his comic strip "Peanuts. Jay St. Improv comedy group. Stand-up comedy. Friday; 7 and p. Performers audition Broadway-style songs that they create on the spot based on song titles created by you, the audience.
The most deadpan of all comedians, Wright is also an Oscar winner and a multi-Emmy and Grammy nominee. Being one of legendary choreographer Marius Petipa's final works, he fully armed this ballet with beautiful court scenes, romantic corps de ballet dances, Hungarian czardas and a title role suited for the most outstanding ballerina.
The Morgue and Me by John C. Ford "After getting a job in the local morgue after his senior year, Christopher's life is forever changed when he discovers a murder cover-up, gets involved in a dangerous investigation, and becomes partners with an attractive newspaper reporter whose ambitious nature puts them both in great danger. The Falconer's Knot by Mary Hoffman "Silvano and Chiara, teens sent to live in a friary and a nunnery in Renaissance Italy, are drawn to one another and dream of a future together, but when murders are committed in the friary, they must discover who is behind the crimes before they can realize their love.
All Unquiet Things by Anna Jarzab "After the death of his ex-girlfriend Carly, northern California high school student Neily joins forces with Carly's cousin Audrey to try to solve her murder. Death Cloud by Andrew Lane "In , with his army officer father suddenly posted to India, and his mother mysteriously "unwell," fourteen-year-old Sherlock Holmes is sent to stay with his eccentric uncle and aunt in their vast house in Hampshire, where he uncovers his first murder and a diabolical villain.
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Parker "After uncovering some dangerous facts about the dead high school student that washed up on the shore, fifteen-year-old Terry is certain that he didn't die of a suicide and now finds himself in the dangerous sights of those who didn't want the truth to be known. Abby helps Maya escape. But when Abby begins investigating the death, she find that you can't trust anyone, not even the people you think you know. The Afterlife by Gary Soto "A senior at East Fresno High School lives on as a ghost after his brutal murder in the restroom of a club where he had gone to dance. Discover the stories behind their Legendary Tricks and learn how to do the tricks yourself.here
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Skin : The Bare Facts by Lori Bergamotto "Presents an overview on skin types, methods for treating common problems, and tips for skin care and makeup application. But their words did. Each diary reveals one voice, one teenager coping with the impossible.
These stark accounts of how five young people faced the worst of human evil are a testament, and an inspiration, to the best of the human soul. Do Not Open by John Farndon "Presents a collection of unusual facts, secrets, and unsolved mysteries from around the world, from Paris' hidden tunnels, to the mystery of the the Roswell crash site in New Mexico, and to secret documents contained in the Vatican library.
What every story has in common is that each was written about the author's own life, and that each is the exact same length: six words. No Choirboy: Murder, Violence, and Teenagers on Death Row by Susan Kuklin "In their own voices--raw and uncensored--inmates sentenced to death as teenagers talk about their lives in prison, and share their thoughts and feelings about how they ended up there.
Susan Kuklin also gets inside the system, exploring capital punishment itself and the intricacies and inequities of criminal justice in the United States. Teen Cuisine by Matthew Locricchio "Presents more than fifty recipes for teenagers who want to cook, with detailed instructions and advice on ingredients, kitchen equipment, and cooking techniques.