Announcing the 2017-18 Season
Title TBA – Directed by Leigh Strimbeck
October 6 – October 15, 2017
Stay tuned for the announcement of our surprise Fall offering of a popular musical title.
Santaland Diaries – By David Sedaris and adapted for the stage by Joe Mantello, Directed by TBD.
November 24 – 26, 2017
A Christmas Carol – Adapted by David Bunce from the novel by Charles Dickens, Directed by David Baecker
December 1 – December 14, 2017
The Giver – Adapted by Eric Coble from the Newberry Award winning Book by Lowis Lowry, Directed by David Bunce
February 8 – 16, 2018
Tribes – by Nina Raine, Directed by David Baecker
April 13 – 22, 2018
Backbeard: A New Musical – Book by Matthew McElligott, Larry Tuxbury & Brian Sheldon; Music by Michael Musial; Lyrics by Matthew McElligott, Michael Musial & Larry Tuxbury, Directed by Michael Musial
May 31 – June 14, 2018
The 2016-17 Season
Oct. 6-16, 2016
By Leigh Strimbeck
Directed by David Baecker
A Centennial celebration … a hundred years of history … performed with flair. Through Founders’ letters, student poems and editorials from The Quill, you’ll hear the heartbeat of Russell Sage College. Come see what has changed and what has stayed the same in this Centennial “herstory.”
Alice in Wonderland
Nov. 30-Dec. 15, 2016
By Lewis Carroll
Directed by Michael Musial
Lewis Carroll’s unflappable young heroine takes a tumble down an enchanted rabbit hole to an off-kilter world of mock turtles, dancing flora, punctual rabbits, and mad tea parties. Whimsy and wordplay are the order of the day in this imaginative musical adaptation of a family favorite!
I Never Saw Another Butterfly
Feb. 24-March 5, 2017
By Celese Raspanti
More than 12,000 children passed through the Terezin Concentration Camp between the years 1942-1944 and only about a hundred were still alive when Terezin was liberated. Raja lived through it all, teaching the children when there was nothing to teach with, helping to give them hope when there was little reason for hope. This play is her story, showing the best and the worst of which the human heart is capable.
Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie
April 5-15, 2017
By Alan Alda
Directed by David Bunce
With backbreaking work in a ramshackle lab in Paris, Marie Curie and her husband Pierre achieve a revolutionary understanding of radiation and share a Nobel Prize in physics. After her beloved Pierre dies in an accident, Marie is plunged into depression, but physicist Paul Langevin gives her the strength to return to her work and she receives a second Nobel Prize, this time for chemistry. A stirring look at the challenges and passions of a scientific pioneer.
May 31-June 11, 2017
By Julianne Moore
A musical based on the beloved New York Times bestselling book by Oscar winning actress Julianne Moore. With fun music, awesome dancing… and a freckle face full of laughs, your whole family will love this brand new musical for all ages . . . freckles or not!
Recommended for all ages!
Wed. May 31, 10 am
Thurs. June 1, 10 am
Fri. June 2, 10 am
Sat. June 3, 2 pm
Sun. June 4, 2 pm
Tues. June 6, 10:30 am
Wed. June 7, 10 am
Thurs. June 8, 10 am
Fri. June 9, 10 am, 7:30 pm
Sat. June 10, 2 pm
Sun. June 11, 2 pm (Sign Language Interpreted)
Greenwood: An American Dream Destroyed
Thank you all so much for your attendance and support!
What: Staged Reading of Greenwood: An American Dream Destroyed
Where: Meader Little Theatre, Russell Sage Campus, Troy, NY
When: Friday March 17, 7 pm; Saturday March 18, 2 pm
Who: Play by Celeste Bedford Walker, Directed by Lynnie Godfrey
The Theatre Institute at Sage (TIS) staged a reading of the rarely-produced play Greenwood: An American Dream Destroyed by Celeste Bedford Walker. The reading was directed by Lynnie Godfrey, the inaugural artist of the Scrimshaw Distinguished Visiting Artist Fund. Godfrey, an actress, singer, director and producer based in New York City, was at Sage for a week-long residency thanks to the generous support of the fund established by Susan C. Scrimshaw, President of The Sage Colleges.
This project was also possible with the support of Student Life Association; History and Society; co-produced with Jean-Remy Monay at Soul Rebel Productions and the Black and Latina Student Association.