Nine-time Tony Award®-winning Best Musical. The Book of Mormon is a musical comedy. First staged in 2011, the play makes light of various Mormon beliefs and practices, but ultimately endorses the positive power of love and service. Production contains explicit language. More…
The Sunday 1:30pm performance will feature a sign language interpreter. To request access to this section, please call the box office at 518.346.6204.
The Book of Mormon will conduct a pre-show lottery at the Proctors Box Office, making a limited number of tickets available at $25 apiece.
GE Theatre – Come and watch local high schools compete in the Gaming Insomniacs semi-final rounds, third place match and finals/championship match for a $5,000 scholarship. College/university esports team scouts will be on site.
A week-long celebration of the Arts in #DowntownSchenectady! The collaborative effort aims to showcase the creative outlets that exist in our community every day. From live music and theater shows to craft projects and open studios, #SchenectadyArtsWeek brings you dozens of events that are sure to inspire and entertain!
2019 Building Block Party Fundraiser August 1, 5:30-8:30pm
221 Harborside Drive @ Mohawk Harbor Join the Downtown Schenectady Improvement Corporation as we celebrate another amazing year in downtown and raise funds to support our many programs and services. This year, we’ll spend a summer evening along the banks of beautiful Mohawk Harbor. Enjoy delicious food, cash bar and the return of our popular Silent Auction! Tickets on sale soon!
The DSIC is seeking items for our 2019 Silent Auction. If you or somebody you know has great items to donate, please complete and return a Silent Auction Donation Form.
Heidi Knoblauch, owner of Plumb Oyster Bar and founder of Receipt HQ, will speak. Heidi started Receipt HQ out of her experience running Plumb Oyster Bar, where she’s had to save thousands and thousands of pieces of paper (receipts) for three years. That led her to have the thought that entrepreneurs tend to have: There has to be a better way.
May 16, 5:30-7:30pm 433 State Street, 4th floor Selling Processes to Grow Your Business: Presented by Matt Scarchilli, the owner and CEO of Sandler Training Systems of the Greater Capital District. You will learn the benefits of a documented selling process, steps you and your team can take to move prospects through your sales funnel, how to effectively scale up your sales team, and effective on-boarding for new sales reps.
LocalxDesign – Public Tour of Gateway Plaza in Schenectady May 16, 6-8pm Schenectady Gateway Plaza, 12 State Street The tour will be led by Mary Moore Wallinger, founding principal and owner of LAndArt Studio, and the local landscape architect who designed the park and assisted with its completion. Come and learn how the design evolved from concept to reality. After the tour, enjoy a happy hour gathering at Daley’s On Yates to continue conversations inspired by the park.
Paint & Sip: Spring has sprung so get out of the house for a Friday evening! Curious about makeup? Ever wonder what it would be like to see what contouring looks like? Or a smokey eye on you? Join us for an evening of mini makeover services, mixed with wine tastings. Free to attend. Fee for mini makeover services.
Schenectady ARC May 18, Noon-4pm Broadway & Liberty Street Lot 3rd Annual Electric City Trucks, Taps, Corks & Forks – In addition to food truck vendors, there will be unique food vendors, specialty retail vendors, craft brews and local wineries. The event will feature live music by Grand Central Station Band and Gordon St., a corn hole tournament (pre-registration required), and a Kids Activity Zone with games, inflatables, face painting and much more!
Gelli Fabric Printing: You will explore a variety of mark-making techniques to add color and pattern to a scarf and tote bag. The Gelli Plate is a simple tool that will allow us to print directly from it on to the fabric, or we can use it as stamp pad to ink stamps for printing.
UCARE Day: Annual free carnival for the community with games, food and activities for kids. Please enter through the front door to pick up your tickets for free pizza. We will have bounce houses, face painting, games, crafts, sports, photo booth, Mr. Twisty, fire truck and food. The event is indoors. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Great Flats Brewing May 19, 1pm 151 Lafayette Street Succulents Workshop: Love all the little succulents in our taproom? Make your own and bring it home with our succulents workshop! $25 ticket includes: 1 pint of Great Flats beer, 1 hand-painted pot, 1 succulent of your choice, potting soil and rocks.
New York Folklore 129 Jay Street Ongoing Art Exhibition of Ebru Paintings: By Hatice Erbas-Sorkunlu. Hatice Erbas-Sorkunlu is an ebru artist originally from Turkey, currently living in Buffalo. She is exhibiting ten framed pieces that illustrate different ebru techniques, with some incorporating Turkish paper cutting.
Join us for this highly interactive, family-friendly improv show! We use audience suggestions and willing volunteers to create stories, characters, and songs off the top of our heads in this one of a kind performance.