theater

Jaynie Parmenter spent many years in the world of local youth theater but never imagined she would perform on Broadway right after graduating from high school.

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

The first night of dress rehearsals for the Berne-Knox-Westerlo Theatre Troupe’s production of “The Music Man,” saw a flurry of preparation both onstage and off. The show opens Friday night.

Rensselaerville Stage Creations will be performing “The Vagina Monologues” this weekend, as well as holding a silent auction to raise funds for the charity Equinox, which helps victims of domestic abuse.

Actors are preparing for opening performances of “Romeo and Juliet” and “Treasure Island” this weekend as part of the Helderberg Theater festival at Indian Ladder Farms.

One of the most enduring and popular musicals of the last half-century — and some think one of the most meaningful — will receive a 2016 treatment in a new production staged in Rensselaerville the next three weekends.

RENSSELAERVILLE — A set of three short stories will be brought to life, narrated by three New York City actors in the historic Conkling Hall at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 15.

Sweet cakes, pies, and other treats made by community members will be proffered with coffee at the performance, titled “Shorts and Sweets.”

The diverse boyhood Leon Rothenberg had in Altamont led to a career on two coasts manipulating sound.

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