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“Doing art is basically aesthetic problem-solving,” says Hope Konecny, owner of the Big Eye Gallery and creator of the Cool Stuff Show.

After 50 years as collaborators, Herb Weisburgh and Ed Munger are debuting their first musical, “Love in Firenze,” at The Addy at Proctors on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Many Guilderland Players have gone on to successful careers involving the arts.  These are a few of them from across the years.

The community was heard, Superintendent Marie Wiles said on Friday

Madeleine Roussin will be starring as Clara in the  Albany Berkshire Ballet’s afternoon production of “The Nutcracker,” on Saturday at The Egg.

A Medieval painter who has fascinated artist T. E. Breitenbach since his youth will come to life on stage in a play he wrote — “Hieronymous: A Musical Fantasy.” 

The Voorheesville Dionysians will perform “Into the Woods” at the Lydia C. Tobler Performing Arts Center March 18 to March 20.

 

The Voorheesville native whose parents were both music teachers, the 35-year-old won a Boston/New England Emmy for live audio engineering on a talent show.

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