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Welcome to Sage's calendar of events open to the public, including lectures, readings, performances, films, exhibits and more. Please check back often for the most up-to-date information.

Spring 2015 Events

Tuesday, January 27th

  • The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey
    Postcard for Mike Glier exhibition at The Opalka Gallery
    In the 1980s, Glier became known for paintings that explore white male identity. This show of 80 works will include his series "White Male Power," "Exploding Refrigerators," "Men at Home," and "The Alphabet of Lili."
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey

    Garden Court Mike Glier

    Meander, because you can't see
    much while marching / Mike Glier,
    A 35-Year Survey

    October 21, 2014 - February 8, 2015

    Reception:
    Friday, November 7, 6-8 pm

    Artist’s Talk:
    Friday, October 24, 7 pm
    Program Details

    Gallery Hours

    • Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 8pm
    • Saturday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm
    • Monday by appointment only.

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Wednesday, January 28th

  • The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey
    Mike Glier - Clubs of Virtue
    In the 1980s, Glier became known for paintings that explore white male identity. This show of 80 works will include his series "White Male Power," "Exploding Refrigerators," "Men at Home," and "The Alphabet of Lili."
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey

    Garden Court Mike Glier

    Meander, because you can't see
    much while marching / Mike Glier,
    A 35-Year Survey

    October 21, 2014 - February 8, 2015

    Reception:
    Friday, November 7, 6-8 pm

    Artist’s Talk:
    Friday, October 24, 7 pm
    Program Details

    Gallery Hours

    • Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 8pm
    • Saturday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm
    • Monday by appointment only.

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Thursday, January 29th

  • The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey
    Mike Glier - Garden Court
    In the 1980s, Glier became known for paintings that explore white male identity. This show of 80 works will include his series "White Male Power," "Exploding Refrigerators," "Men at Home," and "The Alphabet of Lili."
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey

    Garden Court Mike Glier

    Meander, because you can't see
    much while marching / Mike Glier,
    A 35-Year Survey

    October 21, 2014 - February 8, 2015

    Reception:
    Friday, November 7, 6-8 pm

    Artist’s Talk:
    Friday, October 24, 7 pm
    Program Details

    Gallery Hours

    • Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 8pm
    • Saturday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm
    • Monday by appointment only.

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • Film Screening: The High Cost of Cheap Gas
    The High Cost of Cheap Gas
    Follow producer Mira Dutschke and director Jeffrey Barbee around the world as they uncover how the gas industry is invading some of the most protected places on the planet to frack for natural gas.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    Film Screening: The High Cost of Cheap Gas

    cheapgas

    Film Screening: The High Cost of Cheap Gas

    Date/Time: Thursday, January 29, 6:30pm
    Location:  Opalka Gallery, 140 New Scotland Ave.
    Cost: $5.00, Free with Sage College Student ID
    Discount rates available to student groups from other colleges/schools

    For the third entry in our series of films relating to Mike Glier's Antipodes series, we visit Botswana. Glier is the subject of the current exhibition at the Opalka.

    "The High Cost of Cheap Gas" is a timely documentary exploring some of the real costs of natural gas development.

    Follow producer Mira Dutschke and director Jeffrey Barbee around the world as they uncover how the gas industry is invading some of the most protected places on the planet to frack for natural gas. Discover the latest science from the gas fields of America, and why this industry affects us all.

    Watch a sneak preview of "The High Cost of Cheap Gas"  

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: Opalka Gallery, (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Friday, January 30th

  • The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey
    Postcard for Mike Glier exhibition at The Opalka Gallery
    In the 1980s, Glier became known for paintings that explore white male identity. This show of 80 works will include his series "White Male Power," "Exploding Refrigerators," "Men at Home," and "The Alphabet of Lili."
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey

    Garden Court Mike Glier

    Meander, because you can't see
    much while marching / Mike Glier,
    A 35-Year Survey

    October 21, 2014 - February 8, 2015

    Reception:
    Friday, November 7, 6-8 pm

    Artist’s Talk:
    Friday, October 24, 7 pm
    Program Details

    Gallery Hours

    • Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 8pm
    • Saturday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm
    • Monday by appointment only.

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Saturday, January 31st

  • The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey
    Mike Glier - Clubs of Virtue
    In the 1980s, Glier became known for paintings that explore white male identity. This show of 80 works will include his series "White Male Power," "Exploding Refrigerators," "Men at Home," and "The Alphabet of Lili."
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey

    Garden Court Mike Glier

    Meander, because you can't see
    much while marching / Mike Glier,
    A 35-Year Survey

    October 21, 2014 - February 8, 2015

    Reception:
    Friday, November 7, 6-8 pm

    Artist’s Talk:
    Friday, October 24, 7 pm
    Program Details

    Gallery Hours

    • Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 8pm
    • Saturday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm
    • Monday by appointment only.

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Sunday, February 1st

  • The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey
    Mike Glier - Garden Court
    In the 1980s, Glier became known for paintings that explore white male identity. This show of 80 works will include his series "White Male Power," "Exploding Refrigerators," "Men at Home," and "The Alphabet of Lili."
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey

    Garden Court Mike Glier

    Meander, because you can't see
    much while marching / Mike Glier,
    A 35-Year Survey

    October 21, 2014 - February 8, 2015

    Reception:
    Friday, November 7, 6-8 pm

    Artist’s Talk:
    Friday, October 24, 7 pm
    Program Details

    Gallery Hours

    • Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 8pm
    • Saturday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm
    • Monday by appointment only.

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Tuesday, February 3rd

  • The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey
    Postcard for Mike Glier exhibition at The Opalka Gallery
    In the 1980s, Glier became known for paintings that explore white male identity. This show of 80 works will include his series "White Male Power," "Exploding Refrigerators," "Men at Home," and "The Alphabet of Lili."
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey

    Garden Court Mike Glier

    Meander, because you can't see
    much while marching / Mike Glier,
    A 35-Year Survey

    October 21, 2014 - February 8, 2015

    Reception:
    Friday, November 7, 6-8 pm

    Artist’s Talk:
    Friday, October 24, 7 pm
    Program Details

    Gallery Hours

    • Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 8pm
    • Saturday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm
    • Monday by appointment only.

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • Artist Lecture Series: Monica Bill Hughes
    Barbie (with Pancakes) (2013)
    Visual artist Monica Bill Hughes kicks off the spring season of the 2014-15 Artist Lecture Series at Sage College of Albany, co-sponsored by Opalka Gallery and the Department of Art + Design.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour

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    Artist Lecture Series: Monica Bill Hughes

    Monica Bill HughesVisual artist Monica Bill Hughes kicks off the spring season of the 2014-15 Artist Lecture Series at Sage College of Albany, co-sponsored by Opalka Gallery and the Department of Art + Design.

    Monica Bill Hughes is a visual artist who lives and works in Wynantskill, NY. Ms. Bill Hughes’ most recent body of work consists of acrylic paintings and drawings inhabited by hybrid female figures in patterned domestic spaces. Her work explores contradictory impulses, femininity, and subconscious desire. Monica Bill Hughes received her MFA at The State University of New York at Albany (2014) and her BFA, Magna cum Laude, from The College of St. Rose in Albany, NY (2007). Her work has been shown in The Perrella Gallery at Fulton-Montgomery Community College, Richmond, Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Anderson Gallery, and at Collar Works Gallery in Troy, NY, among others.

    Ms. Bill Hughes is the recipient of the Eric M. & S. Phillip Heiner Endowed Fellowship, The Hy Rosen Excellence in Painting and Drawing Award from the College of St. Rose (2007), as well as a Teaching Assistantship from the University at Albany. She has been featured as a spotlight artist on the 1 Op Collective blog (Newark, NJ) and in the Fence Select Exhibition, juried by Denise Markonish (Mass MoCA curator) at The Arts Center for the Capital Region, in Troy, NY. Most recently, she was the Artist in Residence at The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, VA (January 2015).

    Sponsored by: Department of Art + Design

    Contact: Sean Hovendick, 518-292-1808, hovens@sage.edu

Wednesday, February 4th

  • The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey
    Mike Glier - Clubs of Virtue
    In the 1980s, Glier became known for paintings that explore white male identity. This show of 80 works will include his series "White Male Power," "Exploding Refrigerators," "Men at Home," and "The Alphabet of Lili."
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey

    Garden Court Mike Glier

    Meander, because you can't see
    much while marching / Mike Glier,
    A 35-Year Survey

    October 21, 2014 - February 8, 2015

    Reception:
    Friday, November 7, 6-8 pm

    Artist’s Talk:
    Friday, October 24, 7 pm
    Program Details

    Gallery Hours

    • Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 8pm
    • Saturday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm
    • Monday by appointment only.

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Thursday, February 5th

  • The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey
    Mike Glier - Garden Court
    In the 1980s, Glier became known for paintings that explore white male identity. This show of 80 works will include his series "White Male Power," "Exploding Refrigerators," "Men at Home," and "The Alphabet of Lili."
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey

    Garden Court Mike Glier

    Meander, because you can't see
    much while marching / Mike Glier,
    A 35-Year Survey

    October 21, 2014 - February 8, 2015

    Reception:
    Friday, November 7, 6-8 pm

    Artist’s Talk:
    Friday, October 24, 7 pm
    Program Details

    Gallery Hours

    • Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 8pm
    • Saturday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm
    • Monday by appointment only.

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Friday, February 6th

  • The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey
    Postcard for Mike Glier exhibition at The Opalka Gallery
    In the 1980s, Glier became known for paintings that explore white male identity. This show of 80 works will include his series "White Male Power," "Exploding Refrigerators," "Men at Home," and "The Alphabet of Lili."
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey

    Garden Court Mike Glier

    Meander, because you can't see
    much while marching / Mike Glier,
    A 35-Year Survey

    October 21, 2014 - February 8, 2015

    Reception:
    Friday, November 7, 6-8 pm

    Artist’s Talk:
    Friday, October 24, 7 pm
    Program Details

    Gallery Hours

    • Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 8pm
    • Saturday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm
    • Monday by appointment only.

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Saturday, February 7th

  • The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey
    Mike Glier - Clubs of Virtue
    In the 1980s, Glier became known for paintings that explore white male identity. This show of 80 works will include his series "White Male Power," "Exploding Refrigerators," "Men at Home," and "The Alphabet of Lili."
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey

    Garden Court Mike Glier

    Meander, because you can't see
    much while marching / Mike Glier,
    A 35-Year Survey

    October 21, 2014 - February 8, 2015

    Reception:
    Friday, November 7, 6-8 pm

    Artist’s Talk:
    Friday, October 24, 7 pm
    Program Details

    Gallery Hours

    • Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 8pm
    • Saturday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm
    • Monday by appointment only.

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Sunday, February 8th

  • The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey
    Mike Glier - Garden Court
    In the 1980s, Glier became known for paintings that explore white male identity. This show of 80 works will include his series "White Male Power," "Exploding Refrigerators," "Men at Home," and "The Alphabet of Lili."
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    The Opalka Gallery Presents: Meander, because you can't see much while marching / Mike Glier, A 35-Year Survey

    Garden Court Mike Glier

    Meander, because you can't see
    much while marching / Mike Glier,
    A 35-Year Survey

    October 21, 2014 - February 8, 2015

    Reception:
    Friday, November 7, 6-8 pm

    Artist’s Talk:
    Friday, October 24, 7 pm
    Program Details

    Gallery Hours

    • Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 8pm
    • Saturday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm
    • Monday by appointment only.

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • Lecture: Professor Steven Leibo on The Climate Crisis
    Dr. Steven Leibo lecture on the Climate Crisis
    For the closing event of the Mike Glier exhibition at the Opalka Gallery, Professor Steven Leibo will speak about how the climate crisis is likely to impact the Northeastern United States and how local communities are already starting to face the challenge.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 3:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour

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    Lecture: Professor Steven Leibo on The Climate Crisis

    glierleiboThe closing event for the exhibition Meander, because you can’t see much while marching, Professor Steven Leibo will speak about how the climate crisis is likely to impact the Northeastern United States and how local communities are already starting to face the challenge.  After the lecture, Mike Glier will be available in the gallery to answer questions about how the climate crisis has influenced his work.

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Tuesday, February 24th

  • Stay Tuned: Student Video and Animation (Encore Screening)
    Stay Tuned
    The annual screening of digital animation, motion graphics, and video art produced by students from the Department of Art + Design.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour

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    Stay Tuned: Student Video and Animation (Encore Screening)

    Stay TunedThis encore presentation of “Stay Tuned” (originally shown on November 21, 2014) brings back the annual screening of digital animation, motion graphics, and video art produced by students from the Department of Art + Design at Sage College of Albany. Don’t miss it!

    Sponsored by: Department of Art + Design

    Contact: Sean Hovendick, 518-292-1808, hovens@sage.edu

Wednesday, February 25th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank
    The World of Anne Frank
    A multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors.
    Location: Schacht Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank

    The World of Anne FrankA multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors; this show is part oral history and part dramatic action.

    Written by James Still and directed by David Baecker.

    Performance Schedule:

    February 25 - 10am
    February 26 - 10am
    February 27 - 10am & 7pm
    February 28 - 7pm
    March 1 - 2pm
    March 4 - 10am
    March 5 - 10am
    March 6 - 10am & 7pm
    March 7 - 7pm
    March 8 - 2pm

    Sign Language InterpretedSign Language Interpreted
    March 8, 2pm

    Recommended for ages 10 and up.

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Thursday, February 26th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank
    Anne Frank
    A multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors.
    Location: Schacht Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank

    The World of Anne FrankA multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors; this show is part oral history and part dramatic action.

    Written by James Still and directed by David Baecker.

    Performance Schedule:

    February 25 - 10am
    February 26 - 10am
    February 27 - 10am & 7pm
    February 28 - 7pm
    March 1 - 2pm
    March 4 - 10am
    March 5 - 10am
    March 6 - 10am & 7pm
    March 7 - 7pm
    March 8 - 2pm

    Sign Language InterpretedSign Language Interpreted
    March 8, 2pm

    Recommended for ages 10 and up.

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Friday, February 27th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank
    The World of Anne Frank
    A multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors.
    Location: Schacht Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank

    The World of Anne FrankA multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors; this show is part oral history and part dramatic action.

    Written by James Still and directed by David Baecker.

    Performance Schedule:

    February 25 - 10am
    February 26 - 10am
    February 27 - 10am & 7pm
    February 28 - 7pm
    March 1 - 2pm
    March 4 - 10am
    March 5 - 10am
    March 6 - 10am & 7pm
    March 7 - 7pm
    March 8 - 2pm

    Sign Language InterpretedSign Language Interpreted
    March 8, 2pm

    Recommended for ages 10 and up.

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • Additional times on this date:
    Time: 7:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank

    The World of Anne FrankA multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors; this show is part oral history and part dramatic action.

    Written by James Still and directed by David Baecker.

    Performance Schedule:

    February 25 - 10am
    February 26 - 10am
    February 27 - 10am & 7pm
    February 28 - 7pm
    March 1 - 2pm
    March 4 - 10am
    March 5 - 10am
    March 6 - 10am & 7pm
    March 7 - 7pm
    March 8 - 2pm

    Sign Language InterpretedSign Language Interpreted
    March 8, 2pm

    Recommended for ages 10 and up.

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Saturday, February 28th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank
    Anne Frank
    A multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors.
    Location: Schacht Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank

    The World of Anne FrankA multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors; this show is part oral history and part dramatic action.

    Written by James Still and directed by David Baecker.

    Performance Schedule:

    February 25 - 10am
    February 26 - 10am
    February 27 - 10am & 7pm
    February 28 - 7pm
    March 1 - 2pm
    March 4 - 10am
    March 5 - 10am
    March 6 - 10am & 7pm
    March 7 - 7pm
    March 8 - 2pm

    Sign Language InterpretedSign Language Interpreted
    March 8, 2pm

    Recommended for ages 10 and up.

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Sunday, March 1st

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank
    The World of Anne Frank
    A multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors.
    Location: Schacht Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank

    The World of Anne FrankA multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors; this show is part oral history and part dramatic action.

    Written by James Still and directed by David Baecker.

    Performance Schedule:

    February 25 - 10am
    February 26 - 10am
    February 27 - 10am & 7pm
    February 28 - 7pm
    March 1 - 2pm
    March 4 - 10am
    March 5 - 10am
    March 6 - 10am & 7pm
    March 7 - 7pm
    March 8 - 2pm

    Sign Language InterpretedSign Language Interpreted
    March 8, 2pm

    Recommended for ages 10 and up.

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Monday, March 2nd

  • 2015 Nutrition Lecture: Eating for One, Feeding Trillions: Gut Bacteria and Your Health
    Todd Gray, PhD, research scientist at the NYSDOH Wadsworth Center.
    Todd Gray, PhD, research scientist at the NYSDOH Wadsworth Center, will discuss the importance of the complex relationship that links our health to the gut microbial community.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    2015 Nutrition Lecture: Eating for One, Feeding Trillions: Gut Bacteria and Your Health

    Todd Gray

    We have co-evolved with resident microbes that vastly outnumber our own human cells. Todd Gray, PhD, research scientist at the NYSDOH Wadsworth Center, will discuss recent innovations in DNA sequencing technologies that are helping us to comprehend the complexity and importance of this intimate relationship that links our health to the gut microbial community.

    Sponsored by: CDPHP, Nutrition

    Contact: Nina Marinello, PhD | marina1@sage.edu

Tuesday, March 3rd

  • The 37th Annual Photography Regional
    Since 1979, the annual Photography Regional has served to highlight both emerging and established artists within a 150-mile radius of Albany. Juried by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

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    The 37th Annual Photography Regional

    Since 1979, the annual Photography Regional has served to highlight both emerging and established artists within a 150-mile radius of Albany. Juried by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison.

    Opening Reception:
    March 6, 6-8pm

    About the Jurors:
    Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison will serve as the jurors for the 37th Annual Photography Regional. Known for surrealistic work that considers the interaction between humans and the environment, the husband and wife duo have exhibited and lectured widely and their work is included in numerous museum collections, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

    Among other awards, they were recipients of a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1999, an Artist Fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council in 2001 and 1996, and the Nancy Graves Foundation Grant in 2007. The New York Times named their book The Architect’s Brother one of the top ten photography books of the year in 2000. Robert ParkeHarrison is a professor of photography at Skidmore College.

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Wednesday, March 4th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank
    The World of Anne Frank
    A multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors.
    Location: Schacht Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank

    The World of Anne FrankA multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors; this show is part oral history and part dramatic action.

    Written by James Still and directed by David Baecker.

    Performance Schedule:

    February 25 - 10am
    February 26 - 10am
    February 27 - 10am & 7pm
    February 28 - 7pm
    March 1 - 2pm
    March 4 - 10am
    March 5 - 10am
    March 6 - 10am & 7pm
    March 7 - 7pm
    March 8 - 2pm

    Sign Language InterpretedSign Language Interpreted
    March 8, 2pm

    Recommended for ages 10 and up.

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Thursday, March 5th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank
    Anne Frank
    A multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors.
    Location: Schacht Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank

    The World of Anne FrankA multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors; this show is part oral history and part dramatic action.

    Written by James Still and directed by David Baecker.

    Performance Schedule:

    February 25 - 10am
    February 26 - 10am
    February 27 - 10am & 7pm
    February 28 - 7pm
    March 1 - 2pm
    March 4 - 10am
    March 5 - 10am
    March 6 - 10am & 7pm
    March 7 - 7pm
    March 8 - 2pm

    Sign Language InterpretedSign Language Interpreted
    March 8, 2pm

    Recommended for ages 10 and up.

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • Artist Lecture Series: Melinda McDaniel
    Melinda McDaniel
    Interdisciplinary artist Melinda (Mindy) McDaniel is the recipient of the 2014 Emerging Artist Award presented by the Arts Center of the Capital Region.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour

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    Artist Lecture Series: Melinda McDaniel

    Recipient of the 2014 Emerging Artist Award presented by the Arts Center of the Capital Region, interdisciplinary artist Melinda (Mindy) McDaniel is the sixth visiting artist of the of the 2014-15 Artist Lecture Series at Sage College of Albany.

    Melinda McDaniel grew up in Florida, inspired by the visual overload of Walt Disney World and the endless light at the center of the state’s predictable weather. She received a BFA in Studio Art from Florida State University and an MFA in Photography from The Ohio State University. In addition to exhibiting her work, Melinda teaches in the Fine Arts program and serves as Coordinator of the Art + Design Technology Center at the Sage College of Albany. She calls Troy, NY home.

    Visit www.melindamcdaniel.com to see samples of her work.

    Sponsored by: Department of Art + Design

    Contact: Sean Hovendick, 518-292-1808, hovens@sage.edu

Friday, March 6th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank
    The World of Anne Frank
    A multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors.
    Location: Schacht Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank

    The World of Anne FrankA multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors; this show is part oral history and part dramatic action.

    Written by James Still and directed by David Baecker.

    Performance Schedule:

    February 25 - 10am
    February 26 - 10am
    February 27 - 10am & 7pm
    February 28 - 7pm
    March 1 - 2pm
    March 4 - 10am
    March 5 - 10am
    March 6 - 10am & 7pm
    March 7 - 7pm
    March 8 - 2pm

    Sign Language InterpretedSign Language Interpreted
    March 8, 2pm

    Recommended for ages 10 and up.

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • Additional times on this date:
    Time: 7:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

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    The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank

    The World of Anne FrankA multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors; this show is part oral history and part dramatic action.

    Written by James Still and directed by David Baecker.

    Performance Schedule:

    February 25 - 10am
    February 26 - 10am
    February 27 - 10am & 7pm
    February 28 - 7pm
    March 1 - 2pm
    March 4 - 10am
    March 5 - 10am
    March 6 - 10am & 7pm
    March 7 - 7pm
    March 8 - 2pm

    Sign Language InterpretedSign Language Interpreted
    March 8, 2pm

    Recommended for ages 10 and up.

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Saturday, March 7th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank
    Anne Frank
    A multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors.
    Location: Schacht Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank

    The World of Anne FrankA multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors; this show is part oral history and part dramatic action.

    Written by James Still and directed by David Baecker.

    Performance Schedule:

    February 25 - 10am
    February 26 - 10am
    February 27 - 10am & 7pm
    February 28 - 7pm
    March 1 - 2pm
    March 4 - 10am
    March 5 - 10am
    March 6 - 10am & 7pm
    March 7 - 7pm
    March 8 - 2pm

    Sign Language InterpretedSign Language Interpreted
    March 8, 2pm

    Recommended for ages 10 and up.

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Sunday, March 8th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank
    The World of Anne Frank
    A multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors.
    Location: Schacht Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank

    The World of Anne FrankA multimedia exploration of the Holocaust that combines live actors with videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors; this show is part oral history and part dramatic action.

    Written by James Still and directed by David Baecker.

    Performance Schedule:

    February 25 - 10am
    February 26 - 10am
    February 27 - 10am & 7pm
    February 28 - 7pm
    March 1 - 2pm
    March 4 - 10am
    March 5 - 10am
    March 6 - 10am & 7pm
    March 7 - 7pm
    March 8 - 2pm

    Sign Language InterpretedSign Language Interpreted
    March 8, 2pm

    Recommended for ages 10 and up.

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Thursday, March 19th

  • Dr. Stephen Birchak: The 5 Keys to Connecting Mindfulness to Character Education
    Dr. Stephen Birchak
    Professor, bestselling author, counseling psychologist, husband, father, and reformed class clown, Dr. Bird, is a nationally recognized speaker on issues of character development and positive psychology.
    Location: Bush Memorial - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour

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    Dr. Stephen Birchak: The 5 Keys to Connecting Mindfulness to Character Education

    Presented as part of the Esteves School of Education 5th Annual Spring Speakers Series

    In today's high stress world, what can we do to build happiness and resilience in ourselves and the children we work with? How do we maintain positive self-worth when we are pushedto the limit?

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    Professor, bestselling author, counseling psychologist, husband, father, and reformed class clown, Dr. Stephen "Bird" Birchak is a nationally recognized speaker on issues of character development and positive psychology. In this keynote, he will examine The 5 Keys to Connecting Mindfulness to Character Education. He has spoken to over 100,000 people nationwide. Dr. Bird uses humor, stories, insights and compassion to share his message. He is the author of "The Jerk Whisperer" and "How to Build a Child's Character—By Tapping Into Your Own" and a new children's book titled "The Bird and the Bear." He speaks to audiences on how to find positive well-being even when surrounded by adversity and difficult times. Dr. Bird has become one of the nation's foremost experts in human relations in the workplace, home, and in educational settings. Executives, Fortune 500 companies, corporate leaders, practitioners, educators, and parents have used his principles involving human character.

    Event Price: $59 includes light supper & handouts, Students $25, non K-12 educators and students register directly with The Academy.

    Contact the Academy for Character Education at charactered@sage.edu for more information and registration details.

    The ESE Spring Speakers Series is funded through the generous support of Donna Robinson Esteves.

     

    Sponsored by: Esteves School of Education

Friday, March 20th

  • PechaKucha Night @ the Opalka
    Short talks by interesting people. PechaKucha is a format in which speakers present 20 slides for 20 seconds each.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 2 hours

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    PechaKucha Night @ the Opalka

    Short talks by interesting people. PechaKucha is a format in which speakers present 20 slides for 20 seconds each.

    Schedule:

    6:30pm - Drinks and Snacks
    7:00pm - Presentations

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Thursday, March 26th

  • Film Screening: Marwencol
    Mark Hogancamp sets up a scene in the documentary "Marwencol."
    This award-winning documentary profiles Mark Hogencamp, an ordinary man whose recovery after a vicious beating involved building and photographing a fictional 1/6th scale World War II-era town in his backyard.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    Film Screening: Marwencol

    Marwencol PosterThis award-winning documentary profiles Mark Hogencamp, an ordinary man whose recovery after a vicious beating involved building and photographing a fictional 1/6th scale World War II-era town in his backyard.

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • Staged Reading: Beast on the Moon
    Beast on the Moon
    Inspired by true events, the story of the strained relationship between an Armenian immigrant and his teenage, mail-order bride in Milwaukee in the 1920s.
    Location: Meader Little Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

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    Staged Reading: Beast on the Moon

    Inspired by true events, Beast on the Moon follows the lives of an Armenian immigrant refugee and the strained relationship with his teenage, mail-order bride. Set in early 1920s Milwaukee, an orphaned boy forces them to reckon with each other and their horrific past. Peppered with humor, irony, and bittersweet surprise, theirs is a universal story of hope, healing, redemption, and finally, love.

    Written by Richard Kalinoski and directed by David Baecker. 

    Performance Schedule:

    March 26 - 7pm
    March 27 - 7pm

    Sponsored by: Spector Lecture, Hoffman Lecture, Armenian Lecture

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • Film and Panel Discussion: Finding Kind
    Finding Kind (2011)
    In Finding Kind (2011), filmmakers Lauren Parsekian and Molly Thompson set out in a cross country journey of discovery and education - and to expose the truth behind girl-against-girl "crime.”
    Location: Bush Memorial - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    Film and Panel Discussion: Finding Kind

    Presented as part of the Esteves School of Education 5th Annual Spring Speakers Series

    Finding Kind

    In Finding Kind (2011), filmmakers Lauren Parsekian and Molly Thompson, who met while in school at Pepperdine University, set out in a cross country journey of discovery and education - and to expose the truth behind girl-against-girl "crime.” Interviewing women and girls along the way about their lives and experiences, Parsekian and Thompson find, among all of the unique personal stories, some universal truths about growing up as girls. Finding Kind is a document of that journey, and of the filmmakers’ quest to take these experiences and find a common ground of kindness and mutual respect.

    In addition to all of the individual girls and women who share their personal experiences about girl on girl bullying with the filmmakers, Parsekian and Thompson include interviews with respected experts and authors in the fields of psychology, education, and the interrelationships of women and girls. 

    Free and open to the campus community and public.

    The ESE Spring Speakers Series is funded through the generous support of Donna Robinson Esteves.

    Sponsored by: Donna Robinson Esteves

    Contact: Esteves School of Eduction | 518-244-2326 | SchoolOfEducation@sage.edu

Friday, March 27th

  • Staged Reading: Beast on the Moon
    Beast on the Moon
    Inspired by true events, the story of the strained relationship between an Armenian immigrant and his teenage, mail-order bride in Milwaukee in the 1920s.
    Location: Meader Little Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    Staged Reading: Beast on the Moon

    Inspired by true events, Beast on the Moon follows the lives of an Armenian immigrant refugee and the strained relationship with his teenage, mail-order bride. Set in early 1920s Milwaukee, an orphaned boy forces them to reckon with each other and their horrific past. Peppered with humor, irony, and bittersweet surprise, theirs is a universal story of hope, healing, redemption, and finally, love.

    Written by Richard Kalinoski and directed by David Baecker. 

    Performance Schedule:

    March 26 - 7pm
    March 27 - 7pm

    Sponsored by: Spector Lecture, Hoffman Lecture, Armenian Lecture

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Tuesday, March 31st

  • Charlie Giglio, 2015 NYS Teacher of the Year: Teaching Teachers’ Teachers!
    Charles Giglio, 2015 New York State Teacher of the Year
    Charles Giglio, the 45th New York State Teacher of the Year, is known as a mentor, a tutor, a supporter, a listener and an inspiration to others.
    Location: Bush Memorial - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    Charlie Giglio, 2015 NYS Teacher of the Year: Teaching Teachers’ Teachers!

    Presented as part of the Esteves School of Education 5th Annual Spring Speakers Series

    charlie giglioCharles Giglio, the 45th New York State Teacher of the Year, has been teaching Latin at Gloversville Middle School and Gloversville High School for the past nine years. While recognized for reviving the district's now flourishing Latin program, Mr. Giglio also has been able to reach out to students and teachers beyond the language program and is known as a mentor, a tutor, a supporter, a listener and an inspiration to others.

    Known as "Mr. G" by his students and others, Mr. Giglio can often be seen offering guidance and advice to students outside of class and attending extracurricular activities. He annually organizes field trips to such locations as New York City, Washington, D.C. and Italy and also regularly brings to school Tanner, his certified, licensed therapy dog, for students' enjoyment and comfort.

    Free and open to the campus community and public.

    The ESE Spring Speakers Series is funded through the generous support of Donna Robinson Esteves.

    Sponsored by: Donna Robinson Esteves

    Contact: Esteves School of Eduction, 518-244-2326 | SchoolOfEducation@sage.edu

Thursday, April 2nd

  • Artist Lecture Series: Sarah Gillen Redmore
    Sarah Gillen Redmore uses design to help improve peoples’ lives and guide students to make a positive difference in the world.
    Sarah Gillen Redmore, Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of Environmental & Interior Design at Syracuse University, uses design to help improve peoples’ lives and guide students to make a positive difference in the world.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour

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    Artist Lecture Series: Sarah Gillen Redmore

    Sarah Gillen Redmore

    In conjunction with the Interior Design (IND) program at Sage College of Albany, and co-sponsored by Opalka Gallery and the Department of Art + Design, interior designer Sarah Gillen Redmore will share her explorations of design strategies for an aging population.

    With over 16 years professional interior design experience, Sarah Gillen Redmore is currently Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of Environmental & Interior Design at Syracuse University. She uses design to help improve peoples’ lives and guide students to make a positive difference in the world. Over the past four years, her research has focused on exploring the relationship between design, aging, and disability. “The fastest growing segment of our population is over the age of 55, so it’s important that students are introduced to the unique needs of this demographic.”

    Redmore’s aging and disability initiative includes developing studio projects, hosting nationally recognized authors, coordinating empathy workshops, and reaching across campuses to collaborate with other professors. She has also helped launch a new MFA in Collaborative Design that will introduce graduate students to an interdisciplinary approach to designing for health and longevity. “Design is a dynamic profession where designers can use their creative problem-solving skills to do meaningful work.”

    Sponsored by: Department of Art + Design

    Contact: Sean Hovendick, 518-292-1808, hovens@sage.edu

  • Peter DeWitt (SGS ’11): Being a Lead Learner in a Flipped School Climate
    Peter DeWitt
    Peter DeWitt, Ed.D., a former school principal and now a Visible Learning trainer, will how leaders can flip their faculty, staff meetings and parent communication to build a more engaging school climate.
    Location: Bush Memorial - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    Peter DeWitt (SGS ’11): Being a Lead Learner in a Flipped School Climate

    Presented as part of the Esteves School of Education 5th Annual Spring Speakers Series

    peter dewittPrincipals should no longer be just managers of the building, but lead learners for their school community. Leaders need to find multiple ways to engage their stakeholders, including their most marginalized populations, so they can focus on the right issues, which all should revolve around learning. Being a Lead Learner in a Flipped School Climate will explore how leaders can flip their faculty, staff meetings and parent communication to build a more engaging school climate. 

    Peter DeWitt, Ed.D., a former school principal in upstate New York, is a Visible Learning trainer. Before becoming a principal he taught elementary school for eleven years. His syndicated blog Finding Common Ground is published by Education Week and he is a freelance writer for Vanguard Magazine. His articles have appeared in education journals at the state, national and international level. 

    Peter did his doctoral dissertation on the subject of safeguarding LGBT students at Sage College of Albany. His book Dignity for All: Safeguarding LGBT Students was published by Corwin Press in March of 2012. He is a consulting editor and visionary for the Connected Educator Series (Corwin Press. Fall 2014). Peter’s forthcoming releases are Flipped Leadership Doesn’t Mean Reinventing the Wheel (Corwin Press, Connected Educator Series) and Climate Change: How Do I Foster a More Inclusive School Climate (ASCD. Fall 2014).

    He has written for Principal Magazine, Education Week, Educational Leadership, The Huffington Post, ASCD Whole Child, Connected Principals, Teaching Tolerance, Smartblogs, PBS and ASCD Express. He has been interviewed by the American 

    Association of School Administrators (AASA), the National Education Association (NEA), the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), PBS and ABCnews.com.

    Free and open to the campus community and public.

    The ESE Spring Speakers Series is funded through the generous support of Donna Robinson Esteves.

    Sponsored by: Donna Robinson Esteves

    Contact: Esteves School of Eduction, 518-244-2326 | SchoolOfEducation@sage.edu

Thursday, April 16th

  • Dr. Cosimo Tangorra (SGS ’14): Current Trends in New York State Education
    Cosimo Tangorra, Jr., Ed.D.
    Dr. Cosimo Tangorra, NYS Education Department Deputy Commissioner of P-12 Education, will provide an update of the current initiatives of the Office of P-12 Education, including student achievement trends, the ESEA Waiver, the Smart Schools Bond Act, Multiple Pathways to Graduation, and Part 154.
    Location: CSA Headquarters, 40 Rector Street, 12th Floor, New York City
    Time: 6:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    Dr. Cosimo Tangorra (SGS ’14): Current Trends in New York State Education

    Presented as part of the Esteves School of Education 5th Annual Spring Speakers Series

    tangorraIt is an exciting time to be an educator in New York State.  How will the enacted New York State Budget affect the direction of education?  What are the current trends in New York State  Education and what is on the horizon?

    Dr. Cosimo Tangorra (SGS ’14), NYS Education Department Deputy Commissioner of P-12 Education, will provide an update of the current initiatives of the Office of P-12 Education, including student achievement trends, the ESEA Waiver, the Smart Schools Bond Act, Multiple Pathways to Graduation, and Part 154.

    Dr. Tangorra was appointed by the Board of Regents to serve as Deputy Commissioner on July 9, 2014.  In this capacity, he is responsible for ensuring quality and accountability for New York State’s P-12 education system.

    He brings to the position considerable knowledge and management experience in P-12 Education.  Most recently, Dr. Tangorra served as the Superintendent of Schools for the Central Valley School District. He had served in that role since 2013 when the School District was created as a result of the successful merger between Ilion and Mohawk Central School Districts.  He has also served as Superintendent since 2002 at Oppenheim-Ephratah Central School District, Trumansburg Central School District and Ilion Central School District. He began his career as an Independent Living Coordinator and has also been a Special Education Teacher, School Administrator and Building Principal.

    Dr. Tangorra received his AA from Herkimer County Community College, BA from Siena College, MS from the College of Saint Rose, Certificate of Advanced Study (CAS) from SUNY Cortland, and Ed.D. from the Sage Colleges. 

    The NYC Council of School Supervisors and Administrators (CSA) is co-hosting this event at their union headquarters in New York City. 

    Free and open to the public.

    The ESE Spring Speakers Series is funded through the generous support of Donna Robinson Esteves.

    Sponsored by: Donna Robinson Esteves

    Contact: Esteves School of Eduction, 518-244-2326 | SchoolOfEducation@sage.edu

  • Film Screening: 16 Photographs at Ohrdurf
    Poster for the documentary "16 Photographs at Ohrdruf"
    Matthew Nash's documentary explores the secrets contained in 16 horrific photographs taken by the filmmaker’s grandfather during WWII. Mr. Nash will host a Q&A session following the screening. Presented in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    Film Screening: 16 Photographs at Ohrdurf

    16 Photographs at OhrdurfMatthew Nash's documentary explores the secrets contained in 16 horrific photographs taken by the filmmaker’s grandfather during WWII. Mr. Nash will host a Q&A session following the screening. Presented in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day.

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: (518) 292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Friday, April 17th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Spring Awakening
    spring awakening poster
    Teenagers discover their sexuality in the 2006 Tony Award-winning alternative rock triumph.
    Location: Meader Little Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 8:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

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    The Theatre Institute Presents: Spring Awakening

    Teenagers discover their sexuality in the 2006 Tony Award-winning alternative rock triumph.

    Book and lyrics by Steven Sater
    Music by Duncan Sheik
    Directed by Leigh Strimbeck

    Recommended for ages 15 and up.

    Performance Schedule: 

    April 17 - 8pm
    April 18 - 8pm
    April 19 - 2pm
    April 24 - 8pm
    April 25 - 8pm
    April 26 - 2pm

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Saturday, April 18th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Spring Awakening
    Teenagers discover their sexuality in the 2006 Tony Award-winning alternative rock triumph.
    Location: Meader Little Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 8:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Spring Awakening

    Teenagers discover their sexuality in the 2006 Tony Award-winning alternative rock triumph.

    Book and lyrics by Steven Sater
    Music by Duncan Sheik
    Directed by Leigh Strimbeck

    Recommended for ages 15 and up.

    Performance Schedule: 

    April 17 - 8pm
    April 18 - 8pm
    April 19 - 2pm
    April 24 - 8pm
    April 25 - 8pm
    April 26 - 2pm

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Sunday, April 19th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Spring Awakening
    spring awakening poster
    Teenagers discover their sexuality in the 2006 Tony Award-winning alternative rock triumph.
    Location: Meader Little Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Spring Awakening

    Teenagers discover their sexuality in the 2006 Tony Award-winning alternative rock triumph.

    Book and lyrics by Steven Sater
    Music by Duncan Sheik
    Directed by Leigh Strimbeck

    Recommended for ages 15 and up.

    Performance Schedule: 

    April 17 - 8pm
    April 18 - 8pm
    April 19 - 2pm
    April 24 - 8pm
    April 25 - 8pm
    April 26 - 2pm

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Wednesday, April 22nd

  • Poetry Reading: Marilyn Chin
    Marilyn Chin
    Award-winning poet and author Marilyn Chin returns to Russell Sage College as the 2015 Carol Ann Donahue Poet.
    Location: Bush Memorial - Troy Campus
    Time: 1:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour

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    Poetry Reading: Marilyn Chin

    Marilyn Chin

    Award-winning poet and author Marilyn Chin returns to Russell Sage College as the 2015 Carol Ann Donahue Poet.  Chin is a prominent Chinese American author and activist. Her poetry is taught in classrooms internationally. She will read from her work, including her newest volume, Hard Love Province. The event is free and open to the public and will be followed by a book signing.

    Sponsored by: Department of English and Modern Languages

    Contact: David A. Salomon | salomd@sage.edu

Friday, April 24th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Spring Awakening
    spring awakening poster
    Teenagers discover their sexuality in the 2006 Tony Award-winning alternative rock triumph.
    Location: Meader Little Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 8:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Spring Awakening

    Teenagers discover their sexuality in the 2006 Tony Award-winning alternative rock triumph.

    Book and lyrics by Steven Sater
    Music by Duncan Sheik
    Directed by Leigh Strimbeck

    Recommended for ages 15 and up.

    Performance Schedule: 

    April 17 - 8pm
    April 18 - 8pm
    April 19 - 2pm
    April 24 - 8pm
    April 25 - 8pm
    April 26 - 2pm

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Saturday, April 25th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Spring Awakening
    Teenagers discover their sexuality in the 2006 Tony Award-winning alternative rock triumph.
    Location: Meader Little Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 8:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Spring Awakening

    Teenagers discover their sexuality in the 2006 Tony Award-winning alternative rock triumph.

    Book and lyrics by Steven Sater
    Music by Duncan Sheik
    Directed by Leigh Strimbeck

    Recommended for ages 15 and up.

    Performance Schedule: 

    April 17 - 8pm
    April 18 - 8pm
    April 19 - 2pm
    April 24 - 8pm
    April 25 - 8pm
    April 26 - 2pm

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Sunday, April 26th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Spring Awakening
    spring awakening poster
    Teenagers discover their sexuality in the 2006 Tony Award-winning alternative rock triumph.
    Location: Meader Little Theatre - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Spring Awakening

    Teenagers discover their sexuality in the 2006 Tony Award-winning alternative rock triumph.

    Book and lyrics by Steven Sater
    Music by Duncan Sheik
    Directed by Leigh Strimbeck

    Recommended for ages 15 and up.

    Performance Schedule: 

    April 17 - 8pm
    April 18 - 8pm
    April 19 - 2pm
    April 24 - 8pm
    April 25 - 8pm
    April 26 - 2pm

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Thursday, April 30th

  • Artist Lecture Series: Jenny Kemp
    Fine artist Jenny Kemp was recently named by The Huffington Post as one of the “10 Painters Who Are Changing Their Medium In The 21 Century.”
    Fine artist Jenny Kemp was recently named by The Huffington Post as one of the “10 Painters Who Are Changing Their Medium In The 21 Century.”
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour

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    Artist Lecture Series: Jenny Kemp

    Jenny Kemp
    Image: Vices  Gouache on paper, 2015, 22 x 30″

    Named in The Huffington Post article “10 Painters Who Are Changing Their Medium In The 21 Century,” fine artist Jenny Kemp will conclude the 2014-15 Artist Lecture Series at Sage College of Albany, co-sponsored by Opalka Gallery and the Department of Art + Design.

    Jenny Kemp received her BS in studio art from the University of Wisconsin—Madison and her MFA in painting from the University at Albany. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums across the country. Most recently, her work has been featured in a two-person show at Middle Tennessee State University, The Painting Center in NYC and the Geoffery Young Gallery in Great Barrington, MA.

    Kemp has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, Seattle’s City Arts, LUXE, The Times Union, Fabrik, and Apogee. Her work is also featured 100 Painters of Tomorrow, a project initiated by curator Kurt Beers (Beers Contemporary based in London) and published by Thames & Hudson. Jenny is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Studio Art at Middlebury College and serves on the board of directors at Collar Works, a non-profit art space in Troy, NY dedicated to supporting emerging and under-represented artists.

    Her work can be viewed at www.jennykemp.net

    Sponsored by: Department of Art + Design

    Contact: Sean Hovendick, 518-292-1808, hovens@sage.edu

Wednesday, May 27th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    This musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Thursday, May 28th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    This musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Friday, May 29th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    This musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Saturday, May 30th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    This musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 11:00am
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • Additional times on this date:
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Sunday, May 31st

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    This musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Tuesday, June 2nd

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    This musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:30am
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Wednesday, June 3rd

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    This musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Thursday, June 4th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    This musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Friday, June 5th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    This musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • Additional times on this date:
    Time: 7:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Saturday, June 6th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    This musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 11:00am
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • Additional times on this date:
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Sunday, June 7th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling
    This musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Honk! The Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling

    honkThis musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling charms young audiences with its message of tolerance and acceptance.

    Book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe
    Music by George Stiles
    Directed by Michael Musial

    Recommended for ages 4 and up

    Sponsored by BBL Family of Companies

    Performance Schedule:

    May 27 - 10am
    May 28 - 10am
    May 29 - 10am

    May 30 - 11am and 2pm
    May 31 - 2pm
    June 2 - 10:30am
    June 3 - 10am
    June 4 - 10am
    June 5 - 10am and 7pm
    June 6 - 11am and 2pm
    June 7 - 2pm

    Contact: The Theatre Institute at Sage, Theatre Institute, 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu