After a year without live performances, Adirondack Theatre Festival is back on the Wood Theater stage in Glens Falls this summer.
Stories from last week that concerned Adirondack Theatre Festival and the Open Door Mission were reminders of the myriad ways the local community has demonstrated its ability to come together for the public good.
With Chad Rabinovitz leaving in March, the Adirondack Theatre Festival is bringing back one of its founders, Martha Banta, to guide it through the transition to a new producing artistic director.
Chad Rabinovitz, who as producing artistic director for the past six years has led Adirondack Theatre Festival to one success after another, is leaving to pursue other opportunities.
Adirondack Theatre Festival, unable to do live shows in a theater, has, instead, been staging live interactive shows online, via the Zoom app. The latest, "Manhunt,," is a fun, engaging murder-mystery.
ATF has come up with an innovative entertainment concept with live, interactive shows online that audience members can watch but with an experience enhanced by items received in the mail.
ATF has canceled its summer season.
Adirondack Theatre Festival's producing artistic director discusses the summer season to come.
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