Effective Friday March 13th at 5PM, the Charles R. Wood Theater will be closed until local and state governments allow us to reopen.
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. You will be contacted via phone or e-mail as a ticket holder to any affected event. 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
The Wood Theater’s window space lining Glen Street is typically filled with upcoming event posters. However, all upcoming events have been cancelled, postponed, or put on hold due to the state of public health. Things are starting to reopen around us, and we would love to leave some Signs of Hope for Downtown Glens Falls!
When you make a donation of $5 (or more!) we will hang a colorful sign in our window with whatever message you want the world to see! Your own name, a shout out to a loved one, a positive quote, well wishes to/from a business or organization, fun memory of the Wood Theater, an inside joke with a friend – the possibilities are endless!
Experience A Christmas Carol unlike any other—past, present or future. The timeless tale of Ebenezer Scrooge comes to thrilling new life as Tony Award® winner Jefferson Mays (I Am My Own Wife, Gentleman’s Guide…) plays over 50 roles in a virtuosic, master class of a performance that must be seen to be believed. This theatrical achievement comes from the haunting vision of one of Broadway’s most imaginative directors, Michael Arden (Tony-winning Best Revival – Once on this Island).
Staged exclusively for this production and captured live with breathtaking clarity, this must-watch streaming event conjures the powerful spirits of Christmas and brings all the magic of live theatre home for the holidays. The Hollywood Reporter declares, “It’s a towering achievement! You’ve seen it before, but not like this.” And the Los Angeles Times raves, “Mays is a rare gem and Arden is ingenious. For true theater lovers, there can be no better gift this season.”
WORLD PREMIERE LIVE CAPTURE: November 28
Replay Video on Demand through January 3
Lights. Camera. Action. The best and brightest are out for an evening unlike any other, as they’re given the spotlight to showcase their hidden skills and shocking tricks in this virtual talent show – where YOU will be voting LIVE for the night’s big winner! We’ll send you everything you need to root for your favorite act and celebrate in style. So don your fancy Saturday night getup, then log in to join your hosts for a family friendly evening of glitz, glamour, and showbiz.
Got a winning talent of your own? Join in the show and submit your best act to see if YOU could be the next big star.
MY NATIVE AIR: CHARLES EVANS HUGHES & THE ADIRONDACKS
ON DEMAND 1/15-2/15
This 49-minute documentary tells the story of the life and career of Glens Falls native Charles Evans Hughes, his role in Adirondack forest land conservation and preservation of the springs at Saratoga Springs, and his connections with cultural attractions in the district such as The Hyde Collection art museum and Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls, Fort Ticonderoga, Silver Bay Association in Hague, scenic Lake George, and Lady Tree Lodge at Upper Saranac Lake.
The documentary, two years in the making, is the creative effort of filmmaker Caitlin Stedman, sound engineer Tom Appler, and history writer and former long-time Post-Star reporter Maury Thompson.
You buy a ticket. You’re delivered a box. Inside the box, you find a variety of objects, along with an invitation… beckoning you to solve a mysterious puzzle. You accept the invitation, and are connected online to a detective who needs the clues in your box to start connecting the pieces… but… the pieces to what? As the plot unfolds into a night of twists and turns – along with virtual live performances that plunge you deeper into a world of noir and intrigue – you realize this is about much more than random items in a box. You begin to wonder: in this virtual game of cat and mouse… who’s chasing who? And why is one of your objects a clock that’s slowly counting down? And… perhaps most importantly of all… what happens when it hits zero?
It’s time for Andy and Laura’s Painting for Two – the BEST paint-by-numbers instructional show on public access WBPP! By signing up for this week’s show, you’ve received your canvas and paints in the mail, and you’ll be following along with Andy and Laura to make it a masterpiece in a night where wine and canvas meets live theatre. One small change: Laura isn’t here. She’s gone. But… Andy’s here, live… from the living room they once shared… and he’s ready to make this blank canvas into a stunning piece of art with YOU! Also, due to budget cuts, we may need him to host a few more shows throughout the evening… also the future of the station may be at stake. But… it’ll be fine, right? Yeah… yeah it’ll be… fine…