A Grand Night for Singing

An exciting showcase of the music of Richard Rodgers and the lyrics of Oscar Hammerstein II, A Grand Night for Singing is a musical revue of time-tested classics intermixed with some lesser known selections from these masters of American musical theatre. Featuring songs from hits like Carousel, Oklahoma!, The King and I, and South Pacific, as well as lesser-known works such as Allegro, State Fair, and Flower Drum Song, this family friendly blockbuster will surely bring the house down. So enjoy this “Grand Night” full of all your favorite numbers, and perhaps a few new ones you won't forget. 

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Loves Labours Lost

Love and desire face off against logic and reason as a group of determined high school boys swear off the distraction and temptation of the opposite sex. That is, until they realize that the Princess and her court have just moved into town in this innovative 60-minute adaptation of the classic Shakespearean comedy.

July 25th Arrowhead Park, Inlet at 2pm 
July 25th Prospect Point, BML at7pm
July 26th Long Lake Pavilion at 7pm
July 27th Paul Smiths at 7pm
July 29th July 30th Byron Park, Indian at 7pm
July 31st Canton Village Green at 2pm 
July 31st Wanakena at 7pm
August 1st Great Camp Sagamore at 1pm
August 1st Newcomb Town Beach at 7pm
August 2nd Speculator at 7pm 


Urinetown the Musical

Set in a world where water is scarce and corporations control the plumbing, Urinetown is a three-time Tony award winning musical that fantastically satirizes some of the very themes and issues that plague society today. Hilariously funny and touchingly honest, Urinetown the Musical is a modern classic perspective from one of America’s greatest art forms.

August 6th- Arts Center at 7pm
August 7th- Newcomb Central School at 7pm
August 8th August 9th Indian Lake Theater at 7pm
August 10th August 11th Tupper Lake High School at 7pm
August 12th Long Lake Town Hall at 7pm
August 13th- Clifton-Fine Central School at 7pm 


The True History of the Tragic Life and Triumphant Death of Julia Pastrana, the Ugliest Woman in the World

A spectacular for the ages, Shaun Prendergast's haunting play tells the entirely true story of sideshow freak Julia Pastrana, often billed as "The Ugliest Woman in the World.” Traditionally performed in complete darkness, the acting troupe transports the audience to a sideshow carnival using sound, scent, and touch to ignite their imagination with this tragic tale. Don’t miss the mysterious TRUE story of this exotically misshapen woman with the voice of an angel. 
August 21st at 7pm Champagne Reception at 6pm
August 22nd at 7pm 




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