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Theatre: The Middle Ages

Todd Moe talks with Natalie Coddington, director of the Bearfoot Players' production of the adult comedy The Middle Ages, which opens Friday night (8 pm) at the Long Lake Town Hall. Coddington hopes the production will help rebuild interest in the community theatre group.  Go to full article
Actor/mime Bill Bowers
Actor/mime Bill Bowers

Theatre: It Goes Without Saying

From a childhood in rural Montana, to Broadway, to training with Marcel Marceau, It Goes Without Saying tells a funny and touching story of the important role that silence plays both on stage and in life. It Goes Without Saying opens tonight at the Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek. Todd Moe talks with actor/mime Bill Bowers about his one-man show, which reveals his "life in tights".  Go to full article

Preview: St. Lawrence Stage Company's 2003 Season

The St. Lawrence Stage Company launches its 2003 season of professional summer theatre in Brockville, Ontario next month. It features a lineup of musical theatre, something old, something familiar, and a tribute to Canada's pre-eminent children's storyteller. Todd Moe chats with David Savoy, the St. Lawrence Stage Company's new Artistic Director.  Go to full article
<i>Easter Monday</i> cast/crew. (l-r) Director Michael Montel, Bob Pettee (Mack), Playwright Hal Corley, Molly Pietz (Adela) and Jordan Glaski (Billy)
Easter Monday cast/crew. (l-r) Director Michael Montel, Bob Pettee (Mack), Playwright Hal Corley, Molly Pietz (Adela) and Jordan Glaski (Billy)

Preview: Easter Monday at Pendragon

Ever the champion of new plays, Pendragon Theatre in Saranac Lake presents the world premiere of the play Easter Monday by Hal Corley this weekend. Todd Moe chats with Hal Corley and Director Michael Montel.  Go to full article

Preview: GRP's Evening of One-Acts

The Grasse River Players, a community theatre group in Canton, presents an evening of three one-act comedies this Friday and Saturday night at the SUNY Canton Student Center Theatre. Todd Moe gets a preview of the one-acts from NCPR's Shelly Pike, one of the directors.  Go to full article

Theatre Review: Copenhagen at Syracuse Stage

Copenhagen, the award-winning drama by Michael Frayn, is currently running at Syracuse Stage. Resident Theatre critic Connie Meng was at a recent performance and has this review.  Go to full article
Elaine Kuracina, Potsdam, and Ethan Allan Morse, West Potsdam
Elaine Kuracina, Potsdam, and Ethan Allan Morse, West Potsdam

Seeing Stars: Life as a Movie Extra

Todd Moe gets the buzz from two North Country residents, Elaine Kuracina and Ethan Allan Morse, who've appeared as "extras" in recent movies.  Go to full article

Lysistrata Readings Staged to Voice Opposition to War

Groups around the state will perform an ancient Greek play tomorrow to protest a possible war with Iraq. The Lysistrata Project spans 56 countries. Productions in New York state will happen everywhere from a community college auditorium in Plattsburgh, an art gallery in Ithaca, a mall bookstore in Syracuse, and even a cafe in Saratoga Springs. Actors in a Buffalo production include Republicans, liberals, conservatives and peace-loving patriots. Todd Moe talks with NCPR resident theatre critic Connie Meng about project and the play.  Go to full article

Theatre Review: M. Butterfly at Syracuse Stage

The award-winning play M. Butterfly is running to full houses at Syracuse Stage. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng attended a recent matinee and has this review. Performances continue until October 12, 2002.  Go to full article

Theatre Review: Snoopy at St. Lawrence Stage in Brockville

A colorful production of Snoopy is the final offering of the season at St. Lawrence Stage Company in Brockville. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng attended the opening night performance and has this review.  Go to full article

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