Show Detective – Weekend Shows – 12/1 – 12/3

Written by on November 30, 2023

Show Detective.

Friday, December 1st

Moondance – The Ultimate Van Morrison Tribute, The Linda, Albany, 8pm-10pm

Rock and roll doesn’t get any better than Van Morrison. Van the Man has done it all – from classic rockers like Brown Eyed Girl and Domino to legendary tunes like Tupelo Honey and Into The Mystic, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer has never failed to impress music lovers around the globe.

Moondance is the ultimate Van Morrison Tribute Concert. This incredible show captures the Van Morrison concert experience like no other. You’ll hear classic tunes – Brown Eyed Girl, Moondance, Domino, It Stoned Me, Tupelo Honey, Wild Night, Into The Mystic, Caravan – just to name a few. The show is packed with one VM classic after the next.

“An incredible recreation of the Irish legend.” – LA Times

“If Van Morrison isn’t coming to your town, Moondance is the next best thing!” – Dallas News

“A very impressive and realistic portrayal of Van Morrison…a must see.” – Hawaii Reporter

Day 1 – Annual Holiday Toy Drive Featuring: Ill Bill & Slaine, Empire Underground, Albany, 7pm

JB aka Dirty Moses
Mic Lanny and Animal Cracker
Stalks Boogie

HEX: Humbug, Fuze Box, Albany, 8:30am-2am

Get ready for a wickedly fun night at HEX: Humbug, where we’ll be embracing the holiday spirit with a twist of mischief and a dash of humor!

December 1 · 8:30pm – December 2 · 2am EST

Join us for a night of festive fun and dark humor at Fuze Box!

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Cohoes Music Hall, Cohoes, 7pm

Can a cast of holy terrors be turned into little angels in time for the annual Christmas Pageant? Get ready for a musical holiday sensation like no other in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, featuring some of the Capital Region’s best young performers!. This hilarious and heart-warming crowd pleaser takes the classic childrens’ book tale of the Herdmans, the rough and rowdy kids who force their way into their town’s annual Christmas pageant, and transforms the story into a toe-tapping, tuneful extravaganza. With unforgettable songs that blend rock, pop, and traditional holiday melodies, the show will have you humming all through the holiday season. The Herdman kids’ unexpected journey from chaos to Christmas spirit promises an unforgettable holiday experience that will leave the whole family with a smile on their face and a song in their heart. Join us and celebrate the season in style with this laugh-out-loud, touching musical that’s destined to become a holiday tradition!

Whiskey Highway, Rustic Barn Pub, Troy, 8pm-11pm

Get out your cowboy boots, Whiskey Highway will be playing your favorite country songs!

Stella Rose @ The Eleven at Lark Hall, Albany, 6pm-8pm

Join us in welcoming Stella Rose to The Eleven at Lark Hall on Friday 12/1 6-8pm . FREE event. Food & Drinks available for purchase.

Meet “Stella Rose”, a gateway to the timeless tunes of the Jerry Garcia Band and the Grateful Dead, where the spirit of the music lives on. The group’s harmonious blend resonates with authenticity and genuine love for the music.Bryan Gautie, the mastermind behind the strings leads the way playing soulful guitar and lead vocals. Jess Bowan (Fiddle/Vocals), Andy Morse “Andy the Music Man” (Guitar/Mandolin/ Lead Vocals, and Brian Bean (Bass/Vocals), each a seasoned performer, join forces to weave a tapestry that captures the essence of these iconic bands.Percussionist Pete Andriakos drives the group adding his rhythmic pulse to the mix, while infusing each performance with an infectious energy.Jill Gautie completes the ensemble. Known for her captivating stage presence and harmonies that literally dance around the music.With roots extending from The Wheel, The NoLaNauts, and House of Saturn, the Stella Rose collaboration invites you on a musical journey that transcends time, keeping the flame of Jerry Garcia’s spirit burning bright.

The Q-Tip Bandits with special guest Kale the Band, Lark Hall, Albany, 8pm

Join us in welcoming back The Q-Tip Bandits to Lark Hall on Friday, December 1st. Doors 7pm; Show 8pm.

Since their inception in early 2018, The Q-Tip Bandits have emerged into the Boston music scene as an energetic and vibrant act that continues to touch audience’s hearts while getting them up on their feet. Their smooth yet powerful sound is backed by the raw energy of rock and the coolness and colors of R&B and funk — with palpable grooves coated with savory, soul-inspired riffs, anthemic horns and meaningful lyrics. In September 2023, the band returned to the studio to record their sophomore LP with Eric Palmquist, known for his work with half•alive, Tate McRae, and Hunny. Set to be released in 2024 by Nettwerk Music Group, the record is a departure from the band’s previous work, putting a pop spin on their signature horn-driven indie rock sound.

Dead Man’s Waltz, Putnam Place, Saratoga Springs, 9pm-12:30pm

Interweaving the classic songs and jams of The Grateful Dead, The Allman Brothers Band and The Band, Dead Man’s Waltz (formerly Steal Your Peach) is an all-star collective from the Northeast festival scene. Dead Man’s Waltz features top-notch musicianship and offers a refreshing twist to the music of three legendary and iconic bands. While staying true to the spirit of the music, the band members put their own dynamic spin on a vast catalog of beloved songs that are now part the new American song book.

At its core, DMW is a celebration of the long standing tradition of crossover between The Dead, The Allmans and The Band, culminating with the legendary 1973 Summer Jam Music Festival in Watkin’s Glenn, NY where the three bands performed together. DMW’s arrangements are experiments, as they easily flow from the familiar to the obscure, moving from standards like “Jessica” into Going Down The Road Felling Bad” into “Don’t Do It” or  “Up On Cripple Creek” into “They Love Each Other” into “Midnight Rider”. The band always keeps it fresh with new and unexpected arrangements and improvisations, while engaging fans in the free-spirited party and colorful, close-knit community surrounding their shows.

With 2 drummers, DMW’s line-up mirrors those of both The Dead and The Allmans as well as later line-ups of The Band. Dead Man’s Waltz features “Rev” Tor Krautter (Rev Tor Band) on guitar and vocals, Tom Major (Entrain) on drums, Andrew Costa (Stone Revival Band) on keys, Jeremy Walz (Soul Sky) on guitar and vocals, Jeff Prescott (Rasinhead) on drums and vocals, and Brian O’Connell (Uncle Sammy, Gordon Stone Band) on bass and vocals.

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Planet Light: A Heard Holiday Concert, Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs, 8pm-11pm

Join members of Heard for a holiday concert at Caffe Lena

For many years, world music ensemble Heard has presented an annual concert celebrating the multifaceted spirit of this festive season.

This dynamic show features an eclectic offering of seasonal arrangements, along with original material that draws on inspiration from the gifts of nature and the return of light. With Jonathan Greene (woodwinds), Bobby Kendall (bass), Brian Melick (drums), Zorkie Nelson (drums) Mitsuko Suzuki (violin) and Elizabeth Woodbury Kasius (piano). Featuring guest vocalists Garland Nelson & Shiri Zorn.

Prize / Taking Meds / Lurk / Sunbloc / Nite Office, No Fun, Troy, 7pm-11pm

Prize –

Taking Meds –

Lurk –

Sunbloc –

Nite Office

Saturday, December 2nd

The Dragon of Wantley Opera, Troy Music Hall, Troy, 8pm

Boston Early Music Festival Chamber Opera Series

A fire-breathing dragon is terrorizing the Yorkshire countryside, and only the local squire, Moore of Moore Hall can save the day. If only he can be bothered to put down his beer.

The Dragon of Wantley, the most popular operatic production of the entire 18th century in England, enjoyed a 45-year run. Lampe deftly lampoons the excesses of Handelian opera in this hilarious farce.

This all-new production is led by BEMF’s GRAMMY-winning Musical Directors Paul O’Dette and Stephen Stubbs and acclaimed Stage Director Gilbert Blin and features an all-star roster of 18 singers, dancers, and instrumentalists, period-inspired staging and lavish costumes to bring this rollicking masterpiece to life!

Leslie Mendelson, The Linda, Albany, 8pm-10pm

Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Leslie Mendelson is riding a wave of acclaim for her most recent studio album ‘If You Can’t Say Anything Nice…,’ as well as a solo acoustic EP ‘In The Meantime.’ Described by Relix Magazine as an artist with “a loyal, cross-generational audience that hugs the hippie, hipster, coffee shop and society crowds,” Leslie’s timeless musicality and evocative songwriting indeed cuts a wide swath. All Music writes that Leslie evokes “1970s songwriter influences in the vein of Carole King and Carly Simon,” while The Aquarian calls her “the closest thing one can get to a truly honest musical experience.”

Leslie Mendelson’s previous work, including 2009 Grammy-nominated debut album ‘Swan Feathers’ and 2017 album, ‘Love & Murder’ dealt with matters of the heart. However, when it came time to compose material for her most recent studio album, ‘If You Can’t Say Anything Nice…,’ she and her longtime writing partner Steve McEwan set out to examine the anxiety stemming from the current socio-political climate with songs like “Medication,” “I Need Something To Care About” and “Would You Give Up Your Gun.” It’s fitting extension of a more socially conscious outlook offered on “A Human Touch”—Leslie’s duet with Jackson Browne for the documentary film, ‘5B,’ which is also included on his 2021 Grammy Award-nominated album, ‘Downhill From Everywhere.’

If Leslie Mendelson’s only collaboration with a legendary musician was Jackson Browne, it would be a worthy point to celebrate. What’s truly telling is that Leslie has also drawn the attention of The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir who recorded a duet with her on Roy Orbison’s standard, “Blue Bayou,” while no less than classic rock royalty The Who has invited her to open shows in the U.S. and U.K. With some of rock music’s most important voices seeking to collaborate with Leslie, it leaves no doubt the rarefied air she inhabits as an artist.

Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company, The Egg, Albany, 8pm

Dance Saturday, December 2 • 8:00pm •$36

Part of the Dance in Albany Series

A pre-show conversation featuring Artistic Director Bill T. Jones and Associate Artistic Director Janet Wong with Mary Disanto-Rose

Born in 1982, the trailblazing Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company foreshadowed issues of identity, form and social commentary that would change the face of American dance. With a repertory that is widely varied in its subject matter, visual imagery and stylistic approach to movement, voice and stagecraft, it remains one of the foremost contemporary dance groups in the world.

Support provided by the NYS Council on the Arts and Executive Park.

This performance is part of the “Dance in Albany” performance series, presented in collaboration with the UAlbany Performing Arts Center, offering a diverse mix, ranging from the work of iconic choreographer Mark Morris and the return of tap legend Savion Glover, to explorations of African American movement from modern to hip-hop to street club by the Passion Fruit and Dayton Contemporary Dance Companies, to the athleticism of Monica Bill Barnes to the fusion of illusion and motion by NoGravity Theatre, along with opportunities to experience the artistry of Ellen Sinopoli in both January and May.

Experience these extraordinary performances and take advantage of the great savings by purchasing a ticket to all eight shows for only $110! You may also select any five and save 25% – or any three and save 10%.

We also invite you to a free performance by the Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company at the UAlbany Performing Arts Center on Jan. 27 in a collaboration with that venue’s resident ensemble, the Capital Trio.

Jonas Brothers, MVP Arena, Albany, 7pm

Five Albums. One Night.

Jonas Brothers

with special guest Lawrence

Kings Return: We Four Kings, SPAC, Saratoga Springs, 7pm

Sounds of the Season Holiday Concert Series

Spa Little Theater

The GRAMMY-nominated Kings Return is back by popular demand following their SPAC debut last spring. The unique, harmonizing group turned internet sensation captures the essence of an old-school a cappella quartet with sounds inspired by gospel and R&B. Kings Return features tenor Vaughn Faison, bass Gabe Kunda, tenor JE McKissic, and baritone Jamall Williams. Their joyous We Four Kings program features pop, classical, and religious holiday classics, reinterpreting modern and classic pop (Michael Jackson, Simon & Garfunkel, BGs), soul (Stevie Wonder, Earth, Wind & Fire), R&B (Frank Ocean, Leon Bridges), gospel (Kirk Franklin), jazz and sacred music.

Northeast Ballet’s Annual the Nutcracker, Proctors Theater, Schenectady, 7pm

Northeast Ballet’s annual production of Nutcracker brings you international guest artists and the best of the best that regional talent can offer. Our cast reaches over 100 to entertain and welcome the holiday season.

Become a traveler in Clara’s magical dream through the glistening snowfall to the Magic Kingdom of Sweets. Experience all the thrilling variations from the various countries she visits.

Become a part of OUR TRADITION, join us!

The Passport Series and 8th Step Presents: The Klezmatics’ Happy Joyous Hanukkah Concert, Proctors Theater, Schenectady, 7:30pm

“…a complete joy…Guthrie’s lyrics are transformed from dust-gathers to living, breathing, vital pieces of music…Woody’s Jewish in-laws would certainly have been proud” -All Music Guide

For Hanukkah, the foremost and best loved klezmer band offers a program from their Grammy-winning collaboration with Woody Guthrie’s recently discovered lyrics. The Klezmatics bring their hip, East Village sensibility to this favorite time of year, when candles and family warmth light up the dark nights.

Here Klezmer meets American Folk — focusing on Guthrie’s newly discovered Hanukkah songs, lyrics in English with Eastern European musical flourishes. This delightful collection of songs, including “Hanuka’s Flame,” “Hanuka Gelt,” “Spin Dreydl Spin,” “(Do the) Latke Flip-Flip,” and others, is among the best of Guthrie’s work, and the Klezmatics’ playful renditions cast a new light on the Hanukkah tradition.

Day 2 – Annual Holiday Toy Drive featuring: Downswing, Empire Underground, Albany, 6:30pm


The Fixx, Empire Live, Albany, 8pm

Kasim Sulton

Rob Beaulieu Band w/s/g Laura Leigh Band, Rustic Barn Pub, Troy, 8pm-11pm

Rob Beaulieu Band- is a deep dive into Americana with a slightly more blues and soul take than you will find with Raisinhead

An Evening with Keller Williams, Lark Hall, Albany, 8pm

Virginian, Keller Williams, released his first album in 1994, FREEK, and has since given each of his albums a single syllable title: BUZZ, SPUN, BREATHE, LOOP, LAUGH, HOME, DANCE, STAGE, GRASS, DREAM, TWELVE, LIVE, ODD, THIEF, KIDS, BASS, PICK, FUNK, VAPE, SYNC, RAW, SANS, ADD, SPEED, CELL and GRIT. Each title serves as a concise summation of the concept guiding each project. Keller’s albums reflect his pursuit to create music that sounds like nothing else. Un-beholden to conventionalism, he seamlessly crosses genre boundaries. The end product is music that encompasses rock, jazz, funk and bluegrass, and always keeps the audience on their feet. Keller built his reputation initially on his engaging live performances, no two of which are ever alike. For most of his career he has performed solo. His stage shows are rooted around Keller singing his compositions and choice cover songs, while accompanying himself on acoustic guitar, bass, guitar synthesizer and drum samples; a technique called live phrase sampling or “looping”. The end result often leans toward a hybrid of alternative folk and groovy electronica, a genre Keller jokingly calls “acoustic dance music” or ADM.” Keller’s constant evolution has led to numerous band projects as well; Keller & The Keels, Grateful Grass, KWahtro, Keller and the Travelin’ McCourys, Grateful Gospel and More Than A Little to name a few. Keller can be found playing clubs and festivals around the U.S. with these projects throughout the year.

Octave Cat w/ Fungkshui, Putnam Place, Saratoga Springs, 9pm-12:30pm

Octave Cat is a trio of Eli Winderman (Dopapod – keyboards), Jesse Miller (Lotus – bass/modular synth) and Charlie Patierno (drums). The music ranges from stripped down jazz-grooves to analog synth dance music. Influences such as Herbie Hancock jazz-funk and Four Tet electronica can be heard. Octave Cat pushes the jazz and jam boundaries by incorporating elements of electronica and in doing so they have carved out their own unique musical space.


Little Folks Series with Peggy Lynn & Dan Berggren, Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs, 3pm-4:30pm

A fun way to introduce young folks to the joy of live music. Peggy Lynn & Dan Berggren are guaranteed to delight kids of all ages. Free!

Seasoned performers Peggy Lynn and Dan Berggren have combined talents to create a rare blend of humor, history and musical spirit in their performances. Peggy Lynn writes and performs songs, using her bluesy alto voice to sing about women and natural beauty of the North Country. With Sandra Weber, she co-authored Breaking Trail: Remarkable Women of the Adirondacks. Award-winning educator and songwriter Dan Berggren, also one-third of Caffè Lena’s weekly “Folk Club Kids,” has deep roots in the Adirondacks. His music reflects the spirit and the hardworking people of that region. Author and environmental activist Bill McKibben says: “Dan is a throwback to the old role of the folk singer… he’s articulating things that need to be said right now.” In 2005, both Lynn and Berggren received the Adirondack Mountain Club’s Education Award.

Made possible by a generous gift from Kevin & Claudia Bright.

Folk Heritage Series: Jamcrackers, Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs, 8pm-10pm

Adirondack-based musicians Dan Berggren, Peggy Lynn and Dan Duggan make up Jamcrackers – a diverse blend of folk, blues, ballads & gospel.

Seasoned solo performers Dan Berggren, Peggy Lynn and Dan Duggan have combined talents to create a dynamic trio named in honor of the river drivers who broke up log jams. They worked hard to find solutions, to get things rolling again, and it was a job that couldn’t be done alone. Berggren, Lynn and Duggan feel the same way about their music. These good friends and accomplished musicians bring a rare blend of humor, history and musical spirit to their performances. “Although the Jamcrackers … will win you over with their front porch style picking and charm, there’s much more to be appreciated from their music.” (Sing Out!)

Award-winning educator and songwriter Dan Berggren has deep roots in the Adirondacks. His music reflects the spirit and the hardworking people of that region. Author and environmental activist Bill McKibben says: “Dan is a throwback to the old role of the folk singer… he’s articulating things that need to be said right now.” Peggy Lynn writes and performs songs, using her bluesy alto voice to sing about women and natural beauty of the North Country. With Sandra Weber, she co-authored Breaking Trail: Remarkable Women of the Adirondacks. In 2005, both Lynn and Berggren received the Adirondack Mountain Club’s Education Award.

National Hammered Dulcimer Champion Dan Duggan is known from Maine to California for his wizardry on the hammered dulcimer, flat-picking guitar, and keyboards. In addition to his 18 recordings, Duggan’s dulcimer talents are spotlighted on Paul Simon’s Grammy-nominated album You’re the One. Also known for his dance calling, Duggan actually calls while playing the hammered dulcimer. Together, this trio sparks a rare chemistry and a guaranteed good time.

The Folk Heritage Series is made possible by the Charlie Pickett & Kathleen Rehl Endowment Fund

Bill Kirchen’s Honky Tonk Holiday Show, Hangar on the Hudson, Troy, 8pm-11pm

Bill Kirchen and the Silent Knights (his all-star Texas guys Rick Richards and Jack Saunders) will make a stop on their annual Honky Tonk Holiday Tour at The Hangar on Saturday 12/2. Joining in to celebrate the release of their new reunion CD “Back from the Ozone” will be two more Lost Planet Airmen -John Tichy and Andy Stein, plus Graham Tichy!

Featured is a sleigh-full of rarely heard holiday numbers from the blues, rock ‘n’ roll and honky tonk bags: “Silent Surfin’ Night,” “Truckin’ Trees for Christmas,” “Santa Claus Wants Some Lovin,” and more. But be ye not afraid, there’ll be so much more than holiday songs of questionable taste. You can count on a truckload of Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen classics, with a trove of new numbers off the brand new CD thrown in to take the edge off the holiday fuss. So mark your calendars and check ’em twice – Santa Claus is back in town!

Planetarium Party (Sagittarius SZN) / DJ Trumastr, No Fun, Troy, 8pm-12am

Sunday, December 3rd

Troy Victorian Stroll, Downtown Troy, 11am-4pm

Victorian Stroll Concerts, Troy Music Hall, Troy, 11am-4pm

Songs in Season

11:30am Caffe Lena School of Music

12:30pm Triskele

1:00pm -1:30pm Princess meet and greet in the Bank Lobby

2:00pm Princess Holiday Sing-along Stage Show

2:30pm – 3:15pm Princess meet and greet in the Bank Lobby

2:30pm Connor Armbruster

3:00 – 3:30pm Troy Children’s Chorus

3:30pm – 4:00pm Self Guided Tours

Greg Gutfeld, The Egg, Albany, 4pm

Part of the Guest Comedy Presentations Series

Greg Gutfeld, host of the #1 rated late night show GUTFELD!, returns to the stage this summer in support of his newest book The King of Late Night (Out Now). Don’t miss this chance to see Greg as you’ve never seen him before for a night of unforgettable entertainment, joined by special guest comedian, Tom Shillue.

Greg’s newest book The King of Late Night is a tongue-in-cheek essay collection that is part memoir and part political manifesto. With his signature wit and whip-smart humor, Greg reveals never-before-told stories of his upbringing, what it’s like going head-to-head with the liberal media, and what it took to flip the script on the comedy landscape.

Greg Gutfeld is a 5 times New York Times bestselling author, satirist, humorist, and magazine editor. He is the host of GUTFELD! and cohost of The Five on Fox News. Learn more about Greg at

Presented by SLP Concerts

Albany Symphony: Magic of Christmas, The Palace Theater, Albany, 3pm

David Alan Miller, conductor
Make the Albany Symphony your home for the holidays and celebrate the season with family and friends at the Capital Region’s most beloved holiday spectacular. Christmas carols, sparkling holiday favorites, even a visit from Santa!

Caffè Lena @ SPAC: Darlingside, SPAC, Saratoga Springs, 7pm

w/ opener Field Guide

Spa Little Theater

Known for layered harmonies and intelligent songwriting, Darlingside combines classical, baroque folk-pop & rock into a dynamic live show

Caffè Lena has been part of Darlingside’s growth ever since 2013, when they first played the legendary Saratoga venue as part of a mid-week Emerging Artist Breakout series. The ensuing years brought annual shows at Lena’s and the band began to gain national attention, with NPR describing Darlingside’s indie rock as “exquisitely arranged, literary minded, baroque folk-pop.” Their compositions are strikingly elegant, and the unity of their voices is beyond compare, garnering praise from Rolling Stone and The New Yorker and fueling the growth of a worldwide following. With a vigor and discipline more common to graduate-level writing workshops than to indie rock, Darlingside has, over the years, experimented with all manners of idiosyncratic methods for elevating and upholding a truly democratic process of songwriting – processes that include multiple rounds of group writing and recording exercises.

The band’s fourth LP, Everything Is Alive, marks a subtle but remarkable departure. Grappling with change both personal and universal, with quandaries domestic and existential, their latest album is about loss and the struggle for redemption. It was produced and recorded by the band and mixed by Tucker Martine (My Morning Jacket, Sufjan Stevens, Iron and Wine). It’s rare that a group of musicians make the whole greater than the sum of its parts – and to see Darlingside perform live is to confirm this special chemistry. We are excited to bring Darlingside back to Saratoga Springs for Caffè Lena@SPAC.

 Northeast Ballet’s Annual the Nutcracker, Proctors Theater, Schenectady, 2pm

Northeast Ballet’s annual production of Nutcracker brings you international guest artists and the best of the best that regional talent can offer. Our cast reaches over 100 to entertain and welcome the holiday season.

Become a traveler in Clara’s magical dream through the glistening snowfall to the Magic Kingdom of Sweets. Experience all the thrilling variations from the various countries she visits.

Become a part of OUR TRADITION, join us!

Punk Rock Flea Market, Empire Live, Albany, 11am-5pm

Playwright’s Jam 2023 Finale: Naughty! ~ by Richard Messina, Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs, 1:30pm-3:30pm

A staged reading of a new madcap romp developed in the Playwright’s Jam!

It’s Christmas morning at the North Pole and Santa is nowhere to be found. A madcap romp ensues with residents in turmoil as they untangle personal intrigue while uncovering the mystery of what happened to Mr. Claus!

Naughty!- by Richard Messina Directed by Andrea Cunliffe

Presented as a rehearsed staged reading as our Playwright’s Jam 2023 Finale!

Join us in celebration of our region’s remarkable theater community!

The Caffe Lena Playwright’s Jam began in 2021 hosted by Michael Wells-Oakes and Vivian Nesbitt. Since then, a dedicated group of 25 – 30 playwrights, actors, directors, and theater lovers have met on the first Sunday of the month to workshop new material. The atmosphere of creative support is integral to bringing local writers work to fruition.

The Caffe Lena kitchen will be open!

Planet Vintage – A Vintage Clothing Market, No Fun, Troy, 12pm



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