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Beauty and the Beast Presented by the Adirondack Ballet Theater

March 25th at 2:30 pm & 7 pm, March 26th at 12:30 pm

Be Our Guest with the Adirondack Ballet Theater, as they present their adaption of the renowned children’s fairy tale classic "Beauty and the Beast". As the resident dance company of the Charles Wood Theater, 25th silver anniversary season continues, students ages 4-18, and professional guest artists will take the stage and delight audiences in their envision of Princess Belle and the outcast Beast. Let our dancers and the music by Alan Menken take you through Belle’s journey as a young girl named Beauty traveling through a magical garden, woods and encountering a castle, within roams a hideous beast. Beauty is taken prisoner and the castle walls become her home. After many years Beauty has grown into a beautiful young lady, Princess Belle who frolics with the castle’s enchanted staff and grows to love the Beast. Our story of a prince and princess, a rose, the spell and a broken heart is truly a unique love story for all ages. Children are invited to come dressed up as their favorite prince or princess for the day, participate in a French folk dance during intermission, take a photo in our photo spot and enjoy the performance.


Broadway Upstate presents Alice in Wonderland JR.

March 30th at 7pm, March 31st at 7pm, April 1st at 2pm & 7pm, and April 2nd at 2pm

Travel down the rabbit hole and join Alice, one of literature’s most beloved heroines, in her madcap adventures. Featuring updated songs from Disney’s thrilling animated motion picture, Disney’s Alice in Wonderland JR. is a fast-paced take on the classic tale. The ever-curious Alice’s journey begins innocently enough as she chases the White Rabbit. Her adventures become increasingly more strange as she races the Dodo Bird, gets tied up with Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, raps with a bubble-blowing Caterpillar and beats the Queen of Hearts at her own game!


Ed Asner : A Man & His Prostate

April 6th at 7 pm

Based on a true-life experience, a man discovers his inner self in more ways than one. A near tragedy is masterfully transformed into a one-man comedy, perfectly portrayed by Ed Asner in his hilarious visit to the hospital in preparation for surgery he doesn’t want. A true laugh out loud comedy! Seven time Emmy Award winner Ed Asner has been an enduring presence in television, film and stage for 60 years. Developing his craft in Chicago and New York, Mr. Asner has more than 100 television credits to his name. In the ’70s, his role as Lou Grant in the long-running hit sitcom “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” catapulted him to stardom. Throughout his career, Ed has always been in great demand. In addition to his celebrated work in television, he turned in unforgettable performances in films such as “JFK”, “Elf”, and “Pacific Edge”. Ed Asner previously appeared at the Wood with his one-man show “FDR”, portraying President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Don’t miss your chance to see this legendary performer once again in this comedy stage play written and co-created by Ed Weinberger.


Fierce & Feisty

April 7th at 715 pm

Fierce & Feisty is back again! Enjoy the evening with some beautiful Drag Queens and handsome Drag Kings! We have quite the line up for year 2! Including some secret new Queens making their big show debuts!


SUNY Adk presents Months On End

April 6th, 7th, 8th at 730 pm & 9th at 230 pm

A funny and touching modern piece that follows the intertwined worlds of a circle of friends and family whose lives are poised between happiness and heartbreak. As many of the characters find, “We don’t have to like the same things to like each other.”


WWAMH presents Come As You Are

April 8th at 7 pm

Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health announces Come As You Are, a staged reading of stories, poems and music about mental illness. Featured cast members include Marya Hornbacher and Michael Mack. Marya is an award-winning journalist, bestselling author, and Pulitzer-nominee for her book Wasted: A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia. Michael is an award-winning, poet, playwright and performer and is best known for his autobiographical solo play Hearing Voices, Speaking in Tongues, about his mother's recovery from schizophrenia. The cast will also include several other talented authors and local community members who have experience or love someone with a mental illness.


Paris, 1935 APE Benefit

April 8th at 7 pm

Join us for a night in Paris in Glens Falls. Live music, entertainment, art, photography, food and drink. 1930s attire encouraged! A fundraiser for Art in the Public Eye at Samantha's Cafe.


Elvis Tribute Artist Patrick Johnson featuring the "Raised On Rock Band" : 45th Anniversary of Elvis Live at Madison Square Garden

April 14th at 7 pm

Elvis Tribute Artist Patrick Johnson of Elvis: "The Concert Years" is the #1 tribute artist in Western New York and is considered by many to be one of the top Elvis Tribute Artists in the country. His incredible tribute recreates the Spirit of Elvis Presley and brings it back to the stage with true respect to the King of Rock n Roll. Join us in celebrating the recreation of the 45th Anniversary of Elvis at Madison Square Garden. Featuring the "Raised On Rock Band" is a show that should not be missed.


George Winston

April 21st at 8 pm

Inspired by the seasons and topographies, George Winston plays over 100 solo concerts a year. His concerts feature a variety of styles, including melodic folk piano, New Orleans R&B piano, and stride piano. He performs songs from his seasonal favorites AUTUMN, DECEMBER, WINTER INTO SPRING, and SUMMER, as well as Peanuts pieces from his Vince Guaraldi tribute albums LINUS & LUCY –THE MUSIC OF VINCE GUARALDI, and LOVE WILL COME-THE MUSIC OF VINCE GUARALDI, VOL. 2, and more. www.georgewinston.com


An Intimate Evening with Audrey Assad

April 22nd at 7 pm

An intimate evening of music with critically acclaimed songwriter and recording artist Audrey Assad. The daughter of a Syrian refugee, Assad has been lauded by the New York Times and CCM Magazine proclaims "both meaning and beauty are abundant" in her songwriting. She has collaborated and toured with artists including Chris Tomlin, Matt Maher and Jars of Clay.


Coalescence III: An Evening Of Belly Dance

April 29th at 7 pm

SunDancers Community Belly Dance is thrilled to announce Coalescence III: An Evening of Belly Dance where, once again, belly dancers from across New York State and beyond come together to delight you with music, movement, and beautiful costuming. With roots in Middle Eastern folk dance, the form has evolved in many directions depending on the country and region, both in costume and stylization. Enjoy the finest examples of Egyptian, Cabaret, American Tribal Style, Improvisational Tribal Style and Tribal Fusion Belly Dance while 100% of proceeds from ticket sales and lobby basket raffle benefit Randy's Patient Assistance Fund at the C.R. Wood Cancer Center at Glens Falls Hospital.


Glens Falls Community Theatre presents A Bad Year For Tomatoes

May 5th & May 6th at 730 pm, May 7th at 130 pm

GFCT's 81st season ends with a comedy set in mid-20th century Vermont written by screenwriter, John Patrick. A Hollywood leading lady decides to escape east for a needed respite. Her attempt to quietly write her memoirs is interrupted, not by the press or autograph seekers, but by a contentiously nosy trio of "unique" locals, intent on being overly neighborly. Her attempt at a clever ruse to discourage their attention only creates more trouble and mayhem. Toni Anderson-Sommo directs the frantic fun!


WAIT House : An Evening of Spirit and Communication

May 25th at 630 pm

Enjoy an Evening of Spirit Communication with Spiritual Medium Pauline O'Connell. Pauline is guided by your loved ones in spirit to give you a message of comfort and support. Even though all are not guaranteed a message, you may find your questions answered through a message given to someone else. It is also of great comfort to be in a room with like-minded people and to feel the love of those in spirit. The evening includes a reception with cash bar and complimentary snacks from 6:30- 7:30 PM. All proceeds of the event will benefit WAIT House and its mission to help homeless youth in our community.


Adirondack Theatre Festival 2017 Subscription

June 21st - August 12th

Subscriptions for the 2017 ATF Season are now available online by clicking "Tickets" above or by calling the Wood Theater Box Office at (518) 480-4878. ATF Season Flex Passes can be redeemed for any ATF show in the 2017 season. With a 3 Pass, 5 Pass, or 7 Pass, you enjoy incredible value, priority access to the best seats, free and easy ticket exchanges, and total flexibility to redeem your tickets however you'd like! Interested in more than one Flex Pass? Purchase a pair of subscriptions! Perfect for couples or friends who would like to redeem their tickets together. Early Bird prices end April 15th and all pass prices will go up by five dollars.