John Ball's In the Heat of the NightPlease join us in October of 2017 as we present John Ball’s In the Heat of the Night. Tickets will be available soon!
Thank you!On behalf of the Sand Lake Center for the Arts and our honorary committee chairs, Chet and Karen Opalka, we would like to thank you for helping us make our 10th Annual event our best yet! “A Taste of Sand Lake” was held on Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at Old Daley on Crooked Lake. The much-anticipated annual event featured food from many area restaurants, as well as a silent auction and entertainment.
2017-2018 Circle Theatre Players Schedule Announced!“In the Heat of the Night” Oct 6-15 – Directed by Patrick White “Annie” the Musical Dec 8-17 – Directed by Claudia DiMartino and Brooke Hutchins “The Crucible” Mar 16-25 – Directed by Sue Frost and Val Kavanaugh “The Importance of Being Ernest” June 1-10 – Directed by Criss Maccione More information will be added as it is released!
Join Our Birthday Club!Contact our Box Office at 518-674-2007 to reserve a FREE ticket to a performance during your birthday month! Subject to availability!
Annual Fund DriveThanks to so many in our community and beyond for allowing us to grow and thrive, because it is with this support that we continue to impact our community. Please join us once again with a donation to our annual fund. Better yet, please consider becoming part of our growing group of Sustaining Donors with a monthly contribution.
On behalf of the Sand Lake Center for the Arts and our honorary committee chairs, Chet and Karen Opalka, we would like to thank you for helping us make our 10th Annual event our best yet! “A Taste of Sand Lake” was held on Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at Old Daley on Crooked Lake. The […]
“John Ball’s In The Heat of the Night” Adapted by Matt Pelfrey Directed by Patrick White Audition Dates: August 6, and August 8 at 7pm. It’s 1962. A hot August night lies heavy over the small town of Argo, Alabama. A dead white man is discovered and the local police arrest a black stranger named […]
“In the Heat of the Night” Oct 6-15 – Directed by Patrick White “Annie” the Musical Dec 8-17 – Directed by Claudia DiMartino and Brooke Hutchins “The Crucible” Mar 16-25 – Directed by Sue Frost and Val Kavanaugh “The Importance of Being Ernest” June 1-10 – Directed by Criss Maccione More information will be added […]
Saturday Sept 16th at 8pm Fennig’s All-Star String Band was formed in 1970 by Bill Spence and his hammered dulcimer, a relatively unknown instrument at the time. They released their first album in 1973 titled “The Hammered Dulcimer”. It became an instant hit after it’s “recording of special merit” review in the national magazine, Stereo […]
Simple Gifts combines tradition with innovation and thereby creates some of the finest in folk music today. Linda Littleton and Karen Hirshon switch with ease among fiddle, mandolin, banjo, recorders, bowed psaltery, hammered dulcimer, baritone fiddle, guitar, and percussion as they deliver their music with a rare intensity and contagious enthusiasm. Lively Irish jigs, down-home […]
Three accomplished musicians with eclectic tastes – fiery flamenco, classical, Baroque, Latin & Appalachian – collaborate to create something totally unique: GX3+. The name GX3+ refers to the fact that we play (at least) three very different guitars: flamenco, classical & Baroque PLUS mandolin, charango, guilele, cajons (percussion boxes), banjo and mountain dulcimer. The result […]
Is there anyone not already familiar with the music of the legendary folksinger/songwriter/storyteller, Bill Staines? For over 40 years Bill has been traveling back and forth across North America presenting around 200 concerts each year and has received international acclaim as well. Bill has recorded 22 albums of his songs and Peter, Paul & Mary, […]
New for 2017! Free entry to any show during your birth month (depending on availability). Call the box office at 518-674-2007 to reserve your ticket.
DIRECTIONSFrom Albany and Points West:
Take I-90 East to Exit 8 (Rte 43). Continue on 43 East. After the first light go about 8 miles and pass the blinking yellow light in Averill Park. Continue on 43 East another 1/2 mile. The SLCA is on the left, just before the next traffic light.
From Pittsfield and Points East:
Take Route 20 West to Route 22 North. Follow Route 22 into Stephentown. At the traffic light turn left onto Route 43 West. Go about 10 miles to the next traffic light in Sand Lake. Turn left and the SLCA will be on the right.
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