Rental and Box Office revenue do not cover our operational expenses on their own and under normal circumstances, we rely significantly on individual contributions of all amounts. Under our current circumstances, we have lost nearly 250 days of Rental and Box Office revenue – we need your help now more than ever. Any amount helps.
Bricks come in 3 sizes and are permanently installed outside the theater’s main doors, for all of Glen Street to see! Engraved with your name, the name of a loved one, your favorite quote, a memorial – you name it! – a brick is the perfect way to show your support for the theater, and an exciting permanent souvenir to pass by!
Become a permanent part of the Wood Theater! The Theater’s 300 Seats are adorned with nameplates engraved with your family or business name. Each nameplate will bear the name or message from the donor up to three lines.
MY NATIVE AIR: CHARLES EVANS HUGHES & THE ADIRONDACKS
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.
Proceeds from this screening will be split between the Wood Theater & the Glens Falls Arts District. The Documentary is available on demand to passholders between January 15th and February 15th, 2021.