Construction underway on The Addy

Community partners joined Proctors in announcing construction of “The Addy”, an education and training facility. A Tuesday morning press conference briefly halted construction recently on the third floor of Proctors administrative space in the former Carl Company, which is being transformed into The Adeline Graham Theatrical Training and Innovation Center. Proctors CEO Philip Morris joined... Read more »
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Tony’s Watch Party

Theatre lovers gathered to enjoy free food, good company and to watch the Tony’s on the big screen. When you love something, you share it with your friends. That’s why Proctors once again hosted a Tony Awards watch party in the GE Theatre at Proctors. Like any good host they provided good food, and of course, tiny... Read more »
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Thinking Green at Proctors

University at Albany MBA students work with Proctors to find ways to make the theatre more green and eco-friendly. Two weeks.  Eight MBA students.  One goal: Generate ideas that make Proctors more environmentally friendly while generating savings or revenue.  The project, which finished in May, was part of the University at Albany’s G3: Going Green Globally program. The school matched... Read more »
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First Look: The Color Purple

Tickets for Tony® award winners The Color Purple and Fun Home go on sale Monday, June 12. Sure, The Color Purple won the Tony® for Best Musical Revival last year. But that’s not the only reason Proctors CEO Philip Morris and chief of staff Jean Leonard wanted to bring it to Proctors. The music is incredible and the... Read more »
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Yoga break: Stretch, breathe and reset

The 30-minute yoga class allows employees to de-stress and stretch mid-week. Every week Proctors employees attend a quick meeting. Standing in a circle, they talk about what’s going on at the theatre, give shout-outs for outstanding work and address anything that needs to be fixed or improved.  That’s where yoga at work went from a passing... Read more »
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