News stories tagged with "acting"
Potsdam, NY, Feb 21, 2011 — The Acting Company brings two Shakespeare classics to SUNY Potsdam tonight and tomorrow night. Community Performance Series will host the company for two performances; Romeo and Juliet tonight and Comedy of Errors on Tuesday night in Snell Theater. Todd Moe talks with director Ian Belknap about the history of the acting company, which celebrates its 40th anniversary next year, and Comedy of Errors, which is thought to be one of Shakespeare's earliest plays. Go to full article
Glens Falls, NY, Nov 11, 2010 — Actor/mime Bill Bowers brings his one-man show, It Goes Without Saying, back to Glens Falls this weekend. The show, which began eight years ago at the Adirondack Theater Festival, has traveled around the country from Manhattan to Alaska. When it premiered Off-Broadway, the New York Times called it "Zestful and endearing". It Goes Without Saying runs Friday and Saturday night (8 pm) at the Charles R. Wood Theater in Glens Falls. Todd Moe talks with Bowers about the success of his quirky, autobiographical production based on his life and theatrical career. He calls it a touching story of the important role that silence plays both on stage and in life. Go to full article
North Creek, NY, Oct 18, 2010 — The Our Town Theatre Group's fall production of "Dinner With Friends" opens at the Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek on Friday night. Todd Moe spoke with director Colleen Potter about the Pulitzer Prize winning play that's the story of two couples -- four friends -- who journey and struggle together down the road of life into middle age. Go to full article
by NCPR News
Lake Placid, NY, Jun 26, 2010 — The Lake Placid Institute's Adirondack Roundtable kicked off another year of interesting speakers with actor Chris Noth on June 26, 2010. Jack Bogle, chairman of the Roundtable, introduced Mr. Noth. Go to full article
Canton, NY, Feb 05, 2010 — Some of the members of Canton's community theater troupe stopped by to talk about their upcoming winter production, Enchanted April. With settings in London, on trains and an Italian villa, the show is a new incarnation of an old-fashioned romantic comedy. Enchanted April opens Thursday, February 11th, at the Presbyterian Church in Canton. Todd Moe talks with some of the cast for a sneak peek at the production. Go to full article
by Todd Moe, in Potsdam, NY
Oct 24, 2008 — When we think of clowns, most of us imagine wild makeup, rainbow wigs and silly antics. But there's also a serious, sincere side to clowning. Miguel Cortazar, a native of the Basque Country in Spain, has been creating and performing solo works as a clown, mime and actor for over 20 years. He's performed throughout Europe and Mexico. His form of clowning around has been acclaimed for its poignant and comedic qualities. Todd Moe has this profile. Go to full article
Oct 02, 2008 — The Boycott, written and performed by Kathryn Blume, will be at Pendragon Theatre in Saranac Lake Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m. It tells the story of the First Lady of the U.S. launching a nationwide sex strike to fight global warming. Blume is an Artistic Associate at Vermont Stage Company in Burlington. She's also co-founder of the Lysistrata Project, the first worldwide theatrical event for peace. Todd Moe spoke with her about using theater and comedy to address a timely topic. Go to full article
Apr 25, 2008 — The Watertown Lyric Theater spring production, The Scarlet Pimpernel, continues at the Dulles State Office Building tonight and tomorrow night. Director Taylor LaVere tells Todd Moe about this action/adventure musical based on an 18th century novel. Go to full article
by NCPR News
Oct 03, 2007 — A group of young actors has begun another season of intensive classical theatre training at the Stratford Festival's conservatory. They'll take classes on voice, movement, music and song. Earlier this summer, NCPR theatre critic Connie Meng visited the Stratford Festival in Stratford, Ontario, and spoke with actor Raquel Duffy. She's a new member of the acting company. They talked about life at Stratford for young actors including whether they get to choose their theatrical roles. Go to full article
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