Big Broadway

Proctors and Capital Repertory Theatre send new

2016-2017 brochure to every home in the region

At Proctors and Capital Repertory Theatre “We Are Theatre,” and soon the entire Capital Region will share in the drama, the comedy, the music, the dance and more.

This week virtually every home in a 14 county area (over 650,000 addresses!) will receive the new 2016-2017 brochure from Proctors and Capital Repertory Theatre. The fully-integrated book reflects the fact, announced at a combined season announcement bash in February, that Proctors and theREP have joined closer than ever before, with a Key Private Bank Broadway Series and a KeyBank Subscription Series that feature performances at both venues in Schenectady and Albany, along with a host of options allowing subscribers to customize their experience.

Simply put, “We Are Theatre.”

“We present great shows at Proctors and produce great shows at Capital Repertory Theatre,” says Proctors CEO Philip Morris. “It just makes sense to put them all in one big brochure, so our patrons can experience everything we have to offer.”

In addition to the two previously announced subscription series (listed below), the new schedule explodes with over 80 new shows, five dozen of which will be announced for the first time via the mailer.

Highlights of the season include The Naked Magic Show (June 29), a visit with parodist “Weird Al” Yankovic (Sept. 17), Disenchanted! The Hilarious Hit Musical (Oct. 4–9), The Aluminum Show (Nov. 17), the return of The Hip Hop Nutcracker with Kurtis Blow (Dec. 6), Into the Woods (Feb. 4, 2017), Christopher Lloyd Goes Back to the Future (Feb. 19, 2017), Temptations and The Four Tops (March 26) and comedian Kathy Griffin (April 28, 2017).

Subscribing is easy! Becoming a member is fun! Visit proctors.org or call the Box Office at Proctors at 518.346.6204.

Group discounts are also available.

2016-2017 Key Private Bank Broadway Series at Proctors
All Proctors subscribers will choose one title from Capital Repertory Theatre
Oct. 14-21 An American in Paris
Nov. 8-13 Dirty Dancing—The Classic Story On Stage
Nov. 23-27 The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time
Jan. 10-15, 2017 Something Rotten!
April 4-9, 2017 The Sound of Music
May 9-14, 2017 Roundabout Theatre Company’s Cabaret
March 1-12, 2017 Non-subscription add-on: Wicked 

2016-2017 KeyBank Subscription Series at Capital Repertory Theatre
All KeyBank subscribers will see Beautiful–The Carole King Musical at Proctors.
July 8–Aug. 7 A Night With Janis Joplin
Sept. 23–Oct. 16 Outside Mullingar
Nov. 25–Dec. 24 Camelot
Jan. 27–Feb. 19, 2017 Reluctant WingmanA World Premiere
March 10–April 2, 2017 An Iliad
April 12–16, 2017 Beautiful–The Carole King Musical at Proctors

All shows below at Proctors unless otherwise noted
2016
6/10: Beer, Bourbon, BBQ & Bands!
6/11: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show (at theREP)
6/17: Little River Band
6/25: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
6/29: The Naked Magic Show
7/8–8/7: A Night with Janis Joplin (at theREP)
7/30: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
8/5–8/6: All Shook Up—inspired by and featuring the songs of Elvis Presley®
8/11–8/14: Summer Stage (at theREP)
8/19: Stockade Music Live! Presents: Justin Friello—“Jack & Jill” Film & Album Release
8/20: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
9/10: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
9/16: The Midtown Men4 Stars From The Original Cast of Jersey Boys
9/17: “Weird Al” Yankovic: The Mandatory World Tour
9/23–10/16: Outside Mullingar (at theREP)
10/4–10/9: Disenchanted! The Hilarious Hit Musical
10/13: Season Opening Celebration
10/14–10/21: An American in Paris
10/15: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
10/21: David Scheel in: Don’t Shoot Me, I’m Only the Piano Player
10/21–10/24: Next Act! New Play Summit 5 (at Proctors and theREP)
10/27: Barry Bostwick’s Rocky Horror Film Screening Party
10/28: Slate presents: Unelectable You
10/29: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show (at theREP)
11/4: Stockade Music Live! Presents: Scottie Monaco—Scottie’s Back Tour
11/5: Golden Oldies Spectacular
11/8–11/13: Dirty Dancing—The Classic Story On Stage
11/10–11/11: Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man
11/17: The Aluminum Show
11/23–11/27: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
11/25–12/24: Camelot (at theREP)
11/26: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
12/3–12/4: Northeast Ballet’s Annual The Nutcracker
12/4: Sweets & Treats with Santa
12/6: The Hip Hop Nutcracker with MC Kurtis Blow
12/7–12/8: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer The Musical
12/7–12/8: Festive Eats
12/10: Miracle on 34th Street
12/13: It’s a Wonderful Life: Live from WVL Radio Theatre
12/17: Christmas Sinatra Style with The Joey Thomas Big Band
12/31: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show (at theREP)
12/31: New Year’s Eve Celebration

2017
1/10–1/15: Something Rotten!
1/14: Hypno Hype
1/20: Stockade Music Live! Presents: Stockade Kids—Only For A Moment
1/27–2/19: Reluctant Wingman (at theREP)
1/28: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
1/28: Domino: A Van Morrison Experience
1/28: One Man Star Wars Trilogy
2/2: Taj Express: The Bollywood Musical Review
2/3: Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild Live! Presented by Nationwide Insurance
2/4: Into The Woods
2/4: Bizarre Magic with Brian Brushwood
2/11: Deconstructing The Beatles
2/16: Balé Folclórico Da Bahia: Bahia of All Colors
2/18: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
2/18: Let It Be
2/19: Christopher Lloyd Goes Back to the Future
2/25: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show (at theREP)
3/1 –3/12: Wicked
3/10: The Irish Comedy Tour
3/10–4/2: An Iliad (at theREP)
3/16: St. Patrick’s Day Party with Hair of the Dog
3/18: Capital Region Wine Festival—Romancing the Grape
3/21: Les 7 Doigts de la Main: Cuisines and Confessions
3/24–3/25: Shock City Comedy Festival
3/26: Temptations and The Four Tops
3/31: Girls Night: The Musical
3/31–4/2: Graeme of Thrones
4/4–4/9: The Sound of Music
4/12–4/16: Beautiful—The Carole King Musical
4/21: Sixth Annual Gospel Jubilee
4/22: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
4/26–4/27: Circus 1903
4/28: Kathy Griffin
5/9–5/14: Cabaret
5/20: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
5/20: High School Musical Theatre Awards
5/27: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show (at theREP)
6/24: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show