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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 2014 Events

Today (Saturday, April 19th)

  • Art Exhibit: 2014 High School Regional
    Front of postcard image for 2014 High School Regional art exhibit
    This exhibition showcases the best high school art in the Capital Region. The panel of jurors includes Sage Art + Design faculty members Kelly Jones and Harold Lohner. Artist Mike Glier will speak at the April 4 reception.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    More Details »

    Art Exhibit: 2014 High School Regional

    2014 HS RegionalThis juried show represents entrants in grades 9-12 from high schools in Albany, Schenectady, and Rensselaer counties. The panel of jurors includes Sage faculty members Kelly Jones and Harold Lohner.

    1st Friday Reception:
    April 4, 2014 from 6-8 pm; awards presented at 7 pm

    Artist Mike Glier, professor of art at Williams College, will speak.

    Gallery Hours:
    Monday - Friday 10 am-8 pm
    Sunday 12 pm - 5 pm

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

Sunday, April 20th

  • Art Exhibit: 2014 High School Regional
    Front of postcard image for 2014 High School Regional art exhibit
    This exhibition showcases the best high school art in the Capital Region. The panel of jurors includes Sage Art + Design faculty members Kelly Jones and Harold Lohner. Artist Mike Glier will speak at the April 4 reception.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    More Details »

    Art Exhibit: 2014 High School Regional

    2014 HS RegionalThis juried show represents entrants in grades 9-12 from high schools in Albany, Schenectady, and Rensselaer counties. The panel of jurors includes Sage faculty members Kelly Jones and Harold Lohner.

    1st Friday Reception:
    April 4, 2014 from 6-8 pm; awards presented at 7 pm

    Artist Mike Glier, professor of art at Williams College, will speak.

    Gallery Hours:
    Monday - Friday 10 am-8 pm
    Sunday 12 pm - 5 pm

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

Wednesday, April 23rd

  • WORLD Series Convocation: SoulCry!
    Soul Cry! 4
    Based on a true story of sex trafficking, SoulCry! puts the story of Meena Khatum on stage in a gut-wrenchingly magnificent display of dance, drama, media and vocals. Accendo Dance Company in partnership with The Arts Movement Student Company embody both the terror and the triumph of Meena’s story in a way that leaves audiences moved and inspired to take action.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 12:30pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    WORLD Series Convocation: SoulCry!

    Soul Cry! 4Based on a true story of sex trafficking as reported by Nicholas Kristoff in his Pulitzer Prize-winning book Half the Sky, SoulCry! offered a work-in-progress presentation at Russell Sage on National Human Trafficking Awareness Day in 2013 which resulted in ongoing meetings with Sage faculty and local councilmen to develop creative and collaborative approaches for combatting the multi-billion dollar criminal industry which preys on children and young women here in the U.S. and around the world.

    Soul Cry! 11The WORLD Series is a year-long lecture series for first-year Russell Sage students, the campus community and the public, focusing on topics of global and national importance, women's lives, science and technology, and the arts. WORLD stands for “Women Owning Responsibility for Learning and Doing.”

    Sponsored by: Student Life

    Contact: 244-2207

  • Poetry Outloud! Outdoors!
    Gather with students, faculty, administrators and staff to share and celebrate the joys of poetry. Bring a poem of your own, or read a favorite by a beloved author.
    Location: Kahl Campus Center Porch & Quad -Albany Campus
    Time: 1:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour

    More Details »

    Poetry Outloud! Outdoors!

    This year's Poetry Fest involves students, faculty, administrators and staff gathering outside to share and celebrate the joys of poetry. Sponsored by the Writing & Contemporary Thought Program at Sage College of Albany.

    Sponsored by: Writing & Contemporary Thought Program

    Contact: Eileen Fitzsimmons, (518) 292-1702, fitzse@sage.edu

Thursday, April 24th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: On the Verge {or The Geography of Yearning}
    Image On The Verge
    Join us on an expedition with three proper Victorian ladies -- Mary, Fanny and Alexandra, each with a passion for travel and boundless curiosity -- who are headed to “terra incognita.” With real tools and fanciful language, they unearth artifacts from the future that lead them on a journey to truly uncharted territory.
    Location: Meader Little Theater -- Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: On the Verge {or The Geography of Yearning}

    By Eric Overmyer | Directed by Leigh Strimbeck

    Join us on an expedition with three proper Victorian ladies -- Mary, Fanny and Alexandra, each with a passion for travel and boundless curiosity -- who are headed to “terra incognita.” With real tools and fanciful language, they unearth artifacts from the future that lead them on a journey to truly uncharted territory.

    Image On The VergeRecommended for age 18 and over.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12;
    Sage community members $8.

    Purchase tickets at
    www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    Thursday, April 24: 10 am (preview)
    Friday, April 25: 10 am (preview) & 8 pm
    Saturday, April 26: 8 pm
    Sunday, April 27: 2 pm

    Sponsored by:
    Theatre Institute at Sage
    Production sponsor: BBL Family of Companies
    Media sponsor: Metroland

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: Theatre Institute at Sage, (518) 244-4504

Friday, April 25th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: On the Verge {or The Geography of Yearning}
    Image On The Verge
    Join us on an expedition with three proper Victorian ladies -- Mary, Fanny and Alexandra, each with a passion for travel and boundless curiosity -- who are headed to “terra incognita.” With real tools and fanciful language, they unearth artifacts from the future that lead them on a journey to truly uncharted territory.
    Location: Meader Little Theater -- Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: On the Verge {or The Geography of Yearning}

    By Eric Overmyer | Directed by Leigh Strimbeck

    Join us on an expedition with three proper Victorian ladies -- Mary, Fanny and Alexandra, each with a passion for travel and boundless curiosity -- who are headed to “terra incognita.” With real tools and fanciful language, they unearth artifacts from the future that lead them on a journey to truly uncharted territory.

    Image On The VergeRecommended for age 18 and over.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12;
    Sage community members $8.

    Purchase tickets at
    www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    Thursday, April 24: 10 am (preview)
    Friday, April 25: 10 am (preview) & 8 pm
    Saturday, April 26: 8 pm
    Sunday, April 27: 2 pm

    Sponsored by:
    Theatre Institute at Sage
    Production sponsor: BBL Family of Companies
    Media sponsor: Metroland

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: Theatre Institute at Sage, (518) 244-4504

Saturday, April 26th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: On the Verge {or The Geography of Yearning}
    Image On The Verge
    Join us on an expedition with three proper Victorian ladies -- Mary, Fanny and Alexandra, each with a passion for travel and boundless curiosity -- who are headed to “terra incognita.” With real tools and fanciful language, they unearth artifacts from the future that lead them on a journey to truly uncharted territory.
    Location: Meader Little Theater -- Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: On the Verge {or The Geography of Yearning}

    By Eric Overmyer | Directed by Leigh Strimbeck

    Join us on an expedition with three proper Victorian ladies -- Mary, Fanny and Alexandra, each with a passion for travel and boundless curiosity -- who are headed to “terra incognita.” With real tools and fanciful language, they unearth artifacts from the future that lead them on a journey to truly uncharted territory.

    Image On The VergeRecommended for age 18 and over.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12;
    Sage community members $8.

    Purchase tickets at
    www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    Thursday, April 24: 10 am (preview)
    Friday, April 25: 10 am (preview) & 8 pm
    Saturday, April 26: 8 pm
    Sunday, April 27: 2 pm

    Sponsored by:
    Theatre Institute at Sage
    Production sponsor: BBL Family of Companies
    Media sponsor: Metroland

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: Theatre Institute at Sage, (518) 244-4504

Sunday, April 27th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: On the Verge {or The Geography of Yearning}
    Image On The Verge
    Join us on an expedition with three proper Victorian ladies -- Mary, Fanny and Alexandra, each with a passion for travel and boundless curiosity -- who are headed to “terra incognita.” With real tools and fanciful language, they unearth artifacts from the future that lead them on a journey to truly uncharted territory.
    Location: Meader Little Theater -- Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: On the Verge {or The Geography of Yearning}

    By Eric Overmyer | Directed by Leigh Strimbeck

    Join us on an expedition with three proper Victorian ladies -- Mary, Fanny and Alexandra, each with a passion for travel and boundless curiosity -- who are headed to “terra incognita.” With real tools and fanciful language, they unearth artifacts from the future that lead them on a journey to truly uncharted territory.

    Image On The VergeRecommended for age 18 and over.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12;
    Sage community members $8.

    Purchase tickets at
    www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    Thursday, April 24: 10 am (preview)
    Friday, April 25: 10 am (preview) & 8 pm
    Saturday, April 26: 8 pm
    Sunday, April 27: 2 pm

    Sponsored by:
    Theatre Institute at Sage
    Production sponsor: BBL Family of Companies
    Media sponsor: Metroland

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: Theatre Institute at Sage, (518) 244-4504

Thursday, May 1st

  • 4th Annual Capital Region Career Expo
    Career Expo
    Network with area employers with available positions, meet with representatives from The Sage Colleges and other schools from the Capital Region and attend professional development workshops.
    Location: Kahl Campus Center - Albany Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 4 hours

    More Details »

    4th Annual Capital Region Career Expo

    4th Annual Capital Region Career Expo

    Make the Professional Connection at The Sage Colleges

    Network with area employers with available positions, meet with representatives from The Sage Colleges and other schools from the Capital Region and attend professional development workshops.

    Thursday, May 1st, 2014
    2 - 4pm : Workshops
    4 - 6pm : Vendor Exhibition

    The Sage Colleges
    Albany Campus
    140 New Scotland Ave.
    Albany, NY 12208

    Join area employers in these career fields:

    • Health Care
    • Education
    • Human Services
    • Finance
    • Sales
    • Technology
    • Higher Education
    • Retail
    • Hospitality
    • Arts and Entertainment

    Learn more and register at www.sage.edu/career-expo/

    Contact: (518) 292-8615 | careerexpo@sage.edu

Monday, May 5th

  • Spring WORLD Conference, Part I
    See how Russell Sage students have become “Women Owning Responsibility for Learning and Doing” (WORLD) through presentations of their work. WORLD 201: Women in the World presentations will focus on global topics ranging from human rights to women’s history to social justice.
    Location: Buchman Pavilion & Bush Memorial Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 9:00am
    Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes

    More Details »

    Spring WORLD Conference, Part I

    Spring WORLD Conference Part II:

    7 – 9 p.m

    Upton Center for Women’s Studies, Vanderheyden Hall, Troy Campus

    WORLD 420: Women Changing the World presentations will feature the academic service learning projects students completed with community partners in Troy.


    WORLD, which stands for Women Owning Responsibility for Learning and Doing, is the general education program at Russell Sage, newly redesigned for academic year 2013-2014. The new WORLD sequence, combined with courses that meet at least three Women of Influence Learning Goals, and coursework in the student’s chosen major, are designed to work together to create a "Woman of Influence" ready to lead, succeed, and continue to learn. For more, visit russell.sage.edu/world

    Sponsored by: WORLD program at Russell Sage College, Upton Center for Women’s Studies

    Contact: Professor Syb Jennings, (518) 244-2306, jennies@sage.edu

  • Spring WORLD Conference, Part II
    See how Russell Sage students have become “Women Owning Responsibility for Learning and Doing” (WORLD) through presentations of their work. WORLD 420: Women Changing the World presentations will feature the academic service learning projects students completed with community partners in Troy.
    Location: Upton Center for Women’s Studies, Vanderheyden Hall, Troy Campus
    Time: 7:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    Spring WORLD Conference, Part II

    Spring WORLD Conference Part I:

    9 a.m. -- 3:30 p.m.

    Buchman Pavilion & Bush Memorial Center, Troy Campus

    WORLD 201: Women in the World presentations will focus on global topics ranging from human rights to women’s history to social justice.


    WORLD, which stands for Women Owning Responsibility for Learning and Doing, is the general education program at Russell Sage, newly redesigned for academic year 2013-2014. The new WORLD sequence, combined with courses that meet at least three Women of Influence Learning Goals, and coursework in the student’s chosen major, are designed to work together to create a "Woman of Influence" ready to lead, succeed, and continue to learn. For more, visit russell.sage.edu/world

    Sponsored by: WORLD program at Russell Sage College, Upton Center for Women’s Studies

    Contact: Professor Syb Jennings, (518) 244-2306, jennies@sage.edu

Friday, May 30th

  • Conference: Mental Health and School Safety
    A full day conference addressing mental health and school safety, hosted by the Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung Center for the Promotion of Mental Health and School Safety.
    Location: Kahl Campus Center - Albany Campus
    More Details »

    Conference: Mental Health and School Safety

    A full day conference addressing mental health and school safety, open to the entire community.

    This is the first conference hosted by the Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung Center for the Promotion of Mental Health and School Safety, established in 2013 following the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, of which Hochsprung was principal. She was also a doctoral candidate in Sage’s Educational Leadership program.

    Contact: Hochsprung Center, (518) 244-2257, hochsprungcenter@sage.edu 

    Sponsored by: Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung Center for the Promotion of Mental Health and School Safety

    Contact: Hochsprung Center, (518) 244-2257, slatem2@sage.edu

Tuesday, June 3rd

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat
    The Cat in the Hat poster
    An exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2! Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.
    Location: Schacht Theater - Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat

    Play originally produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain | Adapted and originally directed by Katie Mitchell | Directed by David Baecker

    "The Cat is back!" Following up on the Theatre Institute’s inaugural production of Seussical, The Musical, the Theatre Institute at Sage presents this exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2!

    Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12; Sage community members $8.

    The Cat in the Hat posterPurchase tickets ONLINE at www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248.

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    June 3-6: 10 a.m. (preview)
    June 6: 7 p.m.
    June 7: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.
    June 10-13: 10 a.m.
    June 13: 7 p.m.
    June 14: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

Wednesday, June 4th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat
    The Cat in the Hat poster
    An exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2! Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.
    Location: Schacht Theater - Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat

    Play originally produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain | Adapted and originally directed by Katie Mitchell | Directed by David Baecker

    "The Cat is back!" Following up on the Theatre Institute’s inaugural production of Seussical, The Musical, the Theatre Institute at Sage presents this exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2!

    Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12; Sage community members $8.

    The Cat in the Hat posterPurchase tickets ONLINE at www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248.

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    June 3-6: 10 a.m. (preview)
    June 6: 7 p.m.
    June 7: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.
    June 10-13: 10 a.m.
    June 13: 7 p.m.
    June 14: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

Thursday, June 5th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat
    The Cat in the Hat poster
    An exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2! Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.
    Location: Schacht Theater - Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat

    Play originally produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain | Adapted and originally directed by Katie Mitchell | Directed by David Baecker

    "The Cat is back!" Following up on the Theatre Institute’s inaugural production of Seussical, The Musical, the Theatre Institute at Sage presents this exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2!

    Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12; Sage community members $8.

    The Cat in the Hat posterPurchase tickets ONLINE at www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248.

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    June 3-6: 10 a.m. (preview)
    June 6: 7 p.m.
    June 7: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.
    June 10-13: 10 a.m.
    June 13: 7 p.m.
    June 14: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

Friday, June 6th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat
    The Cat in the Hat poster
    An exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2! Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.
    Location: Schacht Theater - Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat

    Play originally produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain | Adapted and originally directed by Katie Mitchell | Directed by David Baecker

    "The Cat is back!" Following up on the Theatre Institute’s inaugural production of Seussical, The Musical, the Theatre Institute at Sage presents this exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2!

    Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12; Sage community members $8.

    The Cat in the Hat posterPurchase tickets ONLINE at www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248.

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    June 3-6: 10 a.m. (preview)
    June 6: 7 p.m.
    June 7: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.
    June 10-13: 10 a.m.
    June 13: 7 p.m.
    June 14: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

Saturday, June 7th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat
    The Cat in the Hat poster
    An exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2! Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.
    Location: Schacht Theater - Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat

    Play originally produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain | Adapted and originally directed by Katie Mitchell | Directed by David Baecker

    "The Cat is back!" Following up on the Theatre Institute’s inaugural production of Seussical, The Musical, the Theatre Institute at Sage presents this exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2!

    Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12; Sage community members $8.

    The Cat in the Hat posterPurchase tickets ONLINE at www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248.

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    June 3-6: 10 a.m. (preview)
    June 6: 7 p.m.
    June 7: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.
    June 10-13: 10 a.m.
    June 13: 7 p.m.
    June 14: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

Sunday, June 8th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat
    The Cat in the Hat poster
    An exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2! Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.
    Location: Schacht Theater - Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat

    Play originally produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain | Adapted and originally directed by Katie Mitchell | Directed by David Baecker

    "The Cat is back!" Following up on the Theatre Institute’s inaugural production of Seussical, The Musical, the Theatre Institute at Sage presents this exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2!

    Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12; Sage community members $8.

    The Cat in the Hat posterPurchase tickets ONLINE at www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248.

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    June 3-6: 10 a.m. (preview)
    June 6: 7 p.m.
    June 7: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.
    June 10-13: 10 a.m.
    June 13: 7 p.m.
    June 14: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

Monday, June 9th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat
    The Cat in the Hat poster
    An exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2! Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.
    Location: Schacht Theater - Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat

    Play originally produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain | Adapted and originally directed by Katie Mitchell | Directed by David Baecker

    "The Cat is back!" Following up on the Theatre Institute’s inaugural production of Seussical, The Musical, the Theatre Institute at Sage presents this exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2!

    Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12; Sage community members $8.

    The Cat in the Hat posterPurchase tickets ONLINE at www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248.

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    June 3-6: 10 a.m. (preview)
    June 6: 7 p.m.
    June 7: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.
    June 10-13: 10 a.m.
    June 13: 7 p.m.
    June 14: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

Tuesday, June 10th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat
    The Cat in the Hat poster
    An exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2! Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.
    Location: Schacht Theater - Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat

    Play originally produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain | Adapted and originally directed by Katie Mitchell | Directed by David Baecker

    "The Cat is back!" Following up on the Theatre Institute’s inaugural production of Seussical, The Musical, the Theatre Institute at Sage presents this exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2!

    Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12; Sage community members $8.

    The Cat in the Hat posterPurchase tickets ONLINE at www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248.

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    June 3-6: 10 a.m. (preview)
    June 6: 7 p.m.
    June 7: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.
    June 10-13: 10 a.m.
    June 13: 7 p.m.
    June 14: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

Wednesday, June 11th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat
    The Cat in the Hat poster
    An exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2! Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.
    Location: Schacht Theater - Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat

    Play originally produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain | Adapted and originally directed by Katie Mitchell | Directed by David Baecker

    "The Cat is back!" Following up on the Theatre Institute’s inaugural production of Seussical, The Musical, the Theatre Institute at Sage presents this exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2!

    Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12; Sage community members $8.

    The Cat in the Hat posterPurchase tickets ONLINE at www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248.

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    June 3-6: 10 a.m. (preview)
    June 6: 7 p.m.
    June 7: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.
    June 10-13: 10 a.m.
    June 13: 7 p.m.
    June 14: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

Thursday, June 12th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat
    The Cat in the Hat poster
    An exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2! Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.
    Location: Schacht Theater - Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat

    Play originally produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain | Adapted and originally directed by Katie Mitchell | Directed by David Baecker

    "The Cat is back!" Following up on the Theatre Institute’s inaugural production of Seussical, The Musical, the Theatre Institute at Sage presents this exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2!

    Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12; Sage community members $8.

    The Cat in the Hat posterPurchase tickets ONLINE at www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248.

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    June 3-6: 10 a.m. (preview)
    June 6: 7 p.m.
    June 7: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.
    June 10-13: 10 a.m.
    June 13: 7 p.m.
    June 14: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

Friday, June 13th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat
    The Cat in the Hat poster
    An exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2! Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.
    Location: Schacht Theater - Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat

    Play originally produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain | Adapted and originally directed by Katie Mitchell | Directed by David Baecker

    "The Cat is back!" Following up on the Theatre Institute’s inaugural production of Seussical, The Musical, the Theatre Institute at Sage presents this exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2!

    Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12; Sage community members $8.

    The Cat in the Hat posterPurchase tickets ONLINE at www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248.

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    June 3-6: 10 a.m. (preview)
    June 6: 7 p.m.
    June 7: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.
    June 10-13: 10 a.m.
    June 13: 7 p.m.
    June 14: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: (518) 244-4504

Saturday, June 14th

  • Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat
    The Cat in the Hat poster
    An exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2! Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.
    Location: Schacht Theater - Troy Campus
    More Details »

    Theatre Institute at Sage presents: The Cat in the Hat

    Play originally produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain | Adapted and originally directed by Katie Mitchell | Directed by David Baecker

    "The Cat is back!" Following up on the Theatre Institute’s inaugural production of Seussical, The Musical, the Theatre Institute at Sage presents this exciting new adaptation of the childhood literary classic by Dr. Seuss. When left alone on a rainy day, two children encounter the chaos and fun of the cat, the box, the book, the fish and the ball – not to mention Thing 1 and Thing 2!

    Appropriate for elementary students and children of all ages.

    Adults $15; students & seniors $12; Sage community members $8.

    The Cat in the Hat posterPurchase tickets ONLINE at www.sage.edu/theater
    or call (518) 244-2248.

    PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

    June 3-6: 10 a.m. (preview)
    June 6: 7 p.m.
    June 7: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.
    June 10-13: 10 a.m.
    June 13: 7 p.m.
    June 14: 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.

    Sponsored by: Theatre Institute at Sage, BBL Family of Companies

    Contact: (518) 244-4504