Theatre

We have hit our summer stride! August is a golden month here in Saranac Lake. The days are warm, the air is fresh, and the evenings have enough hours to pack them full of outdoor fun. Hit the open road with Cycle Adirondacks or stay put for Plein Air Festival —either way, we are ready for you! FEATURE EVENTS Adirondack Plein Air Festival, August 14-19: What is plein air? For... [Read More]
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Author:Kelly Brunette
Categories:Arts, Cultural, Events, Theatre
Submitted by guest blogger: Carrie Gentile Here's a marathon any family can do: a Saranac Adirondack Holiday Marathon.What are the hallmarks of a classic holiday day in the coolest town in the Adirondacks? It starts, naturally, with snow and time spent with loved ones, melded with festive events and tried and true traditions.classic treeMy favorite tradition is akin to a Griswold Family... [Read More]
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Author:roostadmin
Categories:Theatre, Shopping, Family fun, Events, Arts
Pendragon Theatre has been delighting the North Country since 1980. They draw from a considerable pool of professional and amateur talent, most of it local. Then they craft productions which range from the best of contemporary drama to well-loved classics.Since we are all about conservation here in the Adirondacks, we have become adept at taking existing buildings and making them into something... [Read More]
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Author:Pamela Merritt
Categories:Theatre, Family fun, Cultural, Arts
Movie buffs will remember the 1977 movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind in which a bunch of people that have each individually experienced a UFO sighting are inexplicably and irresistibly drawn to one common geographic location in Wyoming. That story was fictitious, but in real life, it’s as if there is a giant beacon near Lake Flower that transmits a signal with a gravitational pull... [Read More]
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Author:Kim Rielly
Categories:Theatre, Music, Cultural, Arts
There's never a dull moment in Saranac LakeThe hardest thing about attending First Night Saranac Lake is knowing where to start. At its core, the event is more than a family-friendly New Year's Eve celebration. It's more like a smorgasbord of all things Saranac Lake. That means there's so much art, music, dancing and revelry crammed into the little mountain village it's impossible to see it all.... [Read More]
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Author:Shaun Kittle
Categories:winter, Theatre, Music, Family fun, Arts
Relaxing RetreatSaranac Lake is a retreat for the creative mind. As many people travel to Saranac Lake they often have the question, “what’s there to do?” In all reality the question should be, “what’s there not to do?” This question of course would finally have us at a loss for words. This is because Saranac Lake has such a wide variety of activities for all ages, and interests. For the outdoor... [Read More]
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Author:Mary Gallagher
Categories:Theatre, Family fun, Exhibits, Events, Arts
Acting Cool: Practice Makes PerfectWhen I think of art in the Saranac Lake Region, a ton of cool galleries, shops, and events come to mind. But, of course, I have a history of working in the performing arts, so my first love - theatre - is at front and center for this blog. And, when I think of acting in the Adirondacks, Pendragon Theatre is the place to be.In case you haven’t been (WHY... [Read More]
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Author:Kim Andresen
Categories:Theatre, Summer, Family fun, Exhibits, Arts
By far my favorite thing about Saranac Lake Winter Carnival is the abundance of live music all over town. The Waterhole has a great lineup this year, including Moon Hooch and Donna the Buffalo, among others, and additional venues are stepping up their music game as well. Eric Munley, who books bands for the Waterhole, told me that he originally thought about trying to get all '60s-style bands,... [Read More]
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Author:Jess Collier
Categories:winter, Theatre, Music, Heritage, Events, Cultural, Arts
Every year Pendragon Theatre, our Saranac Lake live theatre company, chooses a comedy as one element of their summer art offerings. The theme this year (they choose a theme every year) is one close to my heart: that of "Dreams." Then they choose several plays which fit the theme, creating a lineup which includes at least one comedy, drama, and musical each year.HarveyWhen I found out... [Read More]
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Author:Pamela Merritt
Categories:Theatre, Summer, Historic Downtown, Family fun, Events, Cultural, Arts
Summer in Saranac Lake brings with it events to keep everyone busy. From free outdoor concerts to our much-loved Pendragon Theatre productions, there's something for everyone throughout the season.engage in historyThe rich heritage of the Saranac Lake region is celebrated during the summer season. One very interesting option is the Great Camp Tours being offered regularly at White... [Read More]
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Author:Sue Cameron
Categories:Theatre, Summer, Music, Historic Downtown, Heritage, Family fun, Events, Cultural, Arts
A wide range of events await visitors to the Saranac Lake region this summer, beginning with a full June calendar of sports, cultural, nature events and more.Get Outdoors!If you're a nature lover, there are some events  that will help you get closer to and learn about some of our native creatures. On June 1 The Wild Center in Tupper Lake offers the Madawaska Owl Prowl in the vast and remote... [Read More]
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Author:Sue Cameron
Categories:Wildlife, Theatre, Summer, Historic Downtown, Heritage, Events, Cultural, Birding, Arts
First Night 2013First Night’s origins trace back to mid-70’s Boston, where community-minded artists created a new kind of New Year’s party. Now, with upwards of 75 official “First Night” cities across the USA, the well-established First Night Saranac Lake shines in Northern New York as one of the best. In fact, in 2011, the Saranac Lake First Night button won the award for best event button in... [Read More]
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Author:Sue Cameron
Categories:winter, Theatre, Music, Historic Downtown, Family fun, Events, Cultural, Arts
Saranac Lake certainly has its act together when it comes to the arts. This evening I am attending the 1st Annual Saranac Lake ArtWorks “State of the Arts” Celebration at Bluseed Studios in Saranac Lake.Most of the cultural organizations in the greater Saranac Lake area have been invited and almost all are in attendance. It is an amazing gathering of visual artists, theatre artists, literary... [Read More]
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Author:Kathy Recchia
Categories:Theatre, Music, Historic Downtown, Exhibits, Events, Cultural, Arts
Part of the heart and soul of Saranac Lake is its art community. You can see it in the walkable downtown and in talking to the residents - here are 5 simple ways to experience it during your next visit: Live Performances! - The Pendragon Theatre is an award-winning professional theatre, the only year round professional repertory in the Adirondack Park. They offer a full range of... [Read More]
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Author:Kelly Kennedy
Categories:winter, Theatre, Summer, Shopping, Historic Downtown, Heritage, Family fun, Fall, Exhibits, Cultural, Arts
When you walk down the street in Saranac Lake, there is a distinct artistic vibe. Truly. It’s not just because there are so many art galleries and shops; though that certainly contributes. It’s reflected in the people who live here, and for a visitor, whether you’re stopping for a coffee on your way to hike a Saranac Lake 6er or in town for Winter Carnival, it’s easy to get caught up in that... [Read More]
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Author:Kim Rielly
Categories:Theatre, Events, Cultural, Arts
Entering the late fall period marks the transition from summer into winter. Sunsets come earlier every day and with it the gradual lowering of temperatures. Adirondackers tend to hunker down in front of the fireplace or wood stove with a hot cider on those chilly days and nights of late fall.Most of our outdoor events have had their day until the outdoor winter events begin, but this is the time... [Read More]
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Author:Sue Cameron
Categories:Theatre, Music, Historic Downtown, Fall, Events, Cultural, Arts
Entering the late fall period marks the transition from summer into winter. Sunsets come earlier every day and with it the gradual lowering of temperatures. Adirondackers tend to hunker down in front of the fireplace or wood stove with a hot cider on those chilly days and nights of late fall.Most of our outdoor events have had their day until the outdoor winter events begin, but this is the time... [Read More]
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Author:Sue Cameron
Categories:Events, Cultural, Arts, Historic Downtown, Theatre, Fall, Music
As the fall foliage drifts away into the history books and winter is still a few weeks away, some ask what we do for fun during the in-between time?  We fully embrace the arts and indoor events  this time of year! Of course we still get outdoors as well, but indoor events are a most welcome distraction as the temperatures dip to the chilly level.This coming week it’s all about the... [Read More]
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Author:Sue Cameron
Categories:Wildlife, Theatre, Heritage, Family fun, Fall, Events, Cultural, Birding, Arts
As we pull into the parking lot of Pendragon Theatre in Saranac Lake on this Thursday evening, we are mighty glad that we have reservations for the closing performance of “A Streetcar Named Desire.” The parking lot is packed and the theatre’s Managing Director is directing traffic in the parking lot and turning folks away who have not made their reservation.Art is center stage all over town this... [Read More]
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Author:Kathy Recchia
Categories:Theatre, Exhibits, Events, Arts

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