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Stories by author "S. C. Kaufman": 7

When you imagine what an old-timey theater might have looked like in the height of popularity for musicals, you’d probably imagine the Palace Theater. To this day, the front sign remains lit up with flashing bulbs more reminiscent of jazz clubs and…

The Times Union Center, victim to many renamings, rebrandings, and rehauls, was first opened in 1990, christened with a performance from Frank Sinatra. Along with the Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), the Times Union Center is one of the…

Despite sitting in the heart of perhaps the most historic part of New York State, the Egg Theater was only built in the 1960s. The Egg “was established to present quality performances, accessible to all citizens of New York State, highlighting…

A beautiful playhouse located on a beautiful pond, the Park Playhouse of Washington Park sits in the heart of outdoor activities in Albany in the warmer months. It remains as one of the few remaining spots in this big city that provides free family…

When you imagine what an old-timey theater might have looked like in the height of popularity for musicals, you’d probably imagine the Palace Theater. To this day, the front sign remains lit up with flashing bulbs more reminiscent of jazz clubs and…

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