Effective Friday March 13th at 5PM, the Charles R. Wood Theater will be closed through Tuesday April 14th at Noon. This decision is not one that was made lightly, but one that is necessary. Our community’s health and safety is of paramount importance and while we are saddened to halt the creative process – we must do everything in our power to prevent the spreading of COVID-19 and protect the well being of the thousands that would enter our doors over the next 30 days.Theater staff will continue to work throughout this closure and will work diligently to reschedule all affected events.
LIP SYNC BATTLE: Postponed until May 8th
COPPELIA BALLET: Postponed, TBD
ADIRONDACON GAMING DAY: Postponed, TBD
DARK SARCASM: Postponed, TBD
PRETTY STRONG: Postponed, TBD
DANCING WITH THE ADK STARS: Postponed, TBD
WELCOME HOME, JOHNNY: Postponed until 2021
WINGS FALLS: Postponed until 2021
THE CRUCIBLE: Postponed until 2021
We will begin the process of refunding tickets to the above events without a new date over the course of the weekend. Should you wish to forego receiving a refund and make a donation to the theater or any of the other affected nonprofit groups to show your support during this difficult time, please contact the box office at (518) 480-4878 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
All other future events are expected to take place, and we will continue to monitor the situation closely. During this period of closure, tickets to future events will be available online or by phone Tuesday-Saturday 12PM-5PM. The box office will be closed for walk up sales.
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Teams made up of local non profits compete for cash prizes! This family friendly event connects our community with many worthwhile organizations as they put on a very entertaining show and let loose for a good cause!
Bellydancers from across the Northeast and beyond gather for our 6th annual event to support Randy’s Patient Assistance Fund at the C.R. Wood Cancer Center. American Cabaret, Fusion, ATS, and Egyptian styles meet here for one night only featuring adult students, instructors and professional dancers to bring you the Region’s premiere showcase. 100% of proceeds benefit Randy’s Patient Assistance Fund. Concessions and Lobby Raffle open at 6 p.m., show 7 p.m.
A Broken Love Story
Book by Douglas Lyons
Concept & Songs by Creighton Irons
Directed by Josh Rhodes
Presented in partnership with The Directors Company
Erin is the Moon, Charlie is the Sea. When they accidentally reunite, four years since their breakup, one thing is crystal clear: they’re still in love with each other. But Erin’s new fiancé isn’t too far from the reunion, and love can only hide itself for so long. Featuring a gorgeous score by Creighton Irons and a book penned by BEAU’s Douglas Lyons–this breathtaking story captures the magic of falling in love… and the pain of letting it go.
One of the most beloved fairytales of all time gets a funky makeover, as Cinderella finds herself without an invitation (or anything to wear) to Prince Charming’s disco party. But when her Fairy Godmother shows up to get Cinderella back on beat, the two have to dance their way through re-enactments of other classic tales – from Beauty and the Beast, to Sleeping Beauty, and more. Disco music, dancing, and audience participation make this show a crowd-pleaser for the whole family!
If SEINFELD married FRIENDS and had a baby with WHEN HARRY MET SALLY
We’re all fools when it comes to love. But these people are, like, seriously challenged. Meet Owen, Rebecca, Martin, Lily and Jacob. Five neurotic, emotionally disabled people struggling to find love in a world where no one can agree on what it means.
Simon Coronel’s Magic Smackdown combines the amazing magic of PENN & TELLER’S FOOL US, the humor and fun of WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY, and the excitement of live voting you find on AMERICAN IDOL. This wholly original evening of entertainment stars award-winning stage and television magicians (and regulars of the Magic Castle) competing for both your attention and your affection. It’s an exhilarating and interactive magic show that will keep you laughing and amazed.
Book & Music by Cheeyang Ng
Book & Lyrics by Khiyon Hursey
Directed by Desdemona Chiang
When Calvin, a twenty-something Chinese-American adoptee, is given six months to live, he decides to make good on his lifelong dream of seeing his home country with the little time he has left. But unbeknownst to him, Calvin’s long-lost brother Yu is traveling from China to New York City to live his own dream—and while the two may have never met, each must choose between the life they’ve lived…and the one that may still lie ahead of them. Transcending language and cultural boundaries, EASTBOUND’s contemporary score fuses with Mandopop to tell this unforgettable story of discovery, identity, and the destinies we never knew awaited us.
Drama Desk Award Nominee Baba Brinkman brings his brand-new, critically acclaimed hit to ATF! Equal parts rap concert, TED Talk, and stand-up comedy performance, RAP GUIDE TO CULTURE journeys through music, poetry, art, science, relationships—and everything in between – to get at the core of what makes humans… human. Eye-opening, hilarious, and wholly original, Brinkman brilliantly explores some of today’s stickiest topics to discover where we’ve been, and—more importantly—where we might be going.
Join Matt Rodin, star of last year’s hit musical, BEAU, to celebrate the release of his brand new album, MATT RODIN: LIVE AT HOME. Hear the regional debut of his original music, and, of course, get ready to sing along to some theatre hits, in an intimate evening with one of ATF’s favorite artists.
A Golden Era Musical from the writers of the ATF hit, Front Page Flo
Book by George Pinney, Ron Newell, Sara Kass, & Larry Kass
Music & Lyrics by Larry Kass (Emmy Winner)
Directed & Choreographed by George Pinney (Tony nominee, Emmy Winner)
Executive Producer, Sara Kass
All is peaceful at the Harmony Hill retirement community – the rooms are comfy, the meals are tasty, and the citizen-run radio station is a hit (even if it only plays hits from the past). But when an executive waltzes in threatening to tear down WLK 89.3 and turn their building into condos, the talented tenants of the senior center band together and hold a radiothon to save their station…and their homes.
Celebrating the 100-year anniversary of broadcast radio!
The enchanting modern classic from Disney is ready for your Broadway Junior stars! Frozen JR. is based on the 2018 Broadway musical, and brings Elsa, Anna, and the magical land of Arendelle to life, onstage. The show features all of the memorable songs from the animated film, with music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, plus five new songs written for the Broadway production.
A story of true love and acceptance between sisters, Frozen JR. expands upon the emotional relationship and journey between Princesses Anna and Elsa. When faced with danger, the two discover their hidden potential and the powerful bond of sisterhood. With a cast of beloved characters and loaded with magic, adventure, and plenty of humor, Frozen JR. is sure to thaw even the coldest heart!
NOTE: This event was previously scheduled for April 30th-May 3rd and rescheduled for August 20th-August 23rd. All ticket holders from the original April & May dates were automatically moved to the corresponding new date. For example, if you had tickets to Thursday April 30th, you now have tickets to Thursday August 20th in the same seats. Saturday Matinees were moved to Saturday Matinees and so on. You do not need to take further action to secure your seats, but if you are holding tickets for the original dates, you will need to grab your new tickets at will call on your way into the show. If you cannot attend the new dates, please e-mail the box office at email@example.com to arrange for an exchange, refund or patron credit.