The Mop & Bucket Co., the Capital Region's premiere improv theatre, returns to the Sand Lake Center for the Arts
for a second evening of audience-inspired improvised scene, story and song. You may want to volunteer to
join the fun on stage, or simply stay in your seat and enjoy the belly laughs! No two Mopco shows are the same,
but as Kristi Gustafsen of the Times Union says, they tend to be "laugh ‘til you cry funny!"
February 21 at 8pm
Tickets: $16 adult, $10 under 18
The Averill Park High School Jazz Ensemble will grace our stage for a lovely afternoon concert.
Meet the musicians . . . Alanna Gill, Andrew Tatar, Ben Miller, Ben Quinones,
Joe Benevento, Joe Lettko, John Farash, Kathryn Bartosik, Leno Sorriento, Liza Ferrini,
Sam Quinones, Sean Robert, Stephen Ryan, Tom Francis
April 19 at 2pm
Every five years, 30,000 people gather on the same stage in the small country of Estonia
to join voices at Laulupidu, the National Song Festival, to become the largest choir in the world.
More than a music festival, it’s a miracle that at least twice in history gave freedom to that country.
To Breathe As One explores the beauty and meaning of the choral festival through the eyes
of the young members of the California-based Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choir, one of the few American
choirs invited to participate. From the filmmakers of the ac-claimed The Singing Revolution,
the film reveals that for Estonians singing is not just a means of cultural ex-pression,
but a defining part of their national identity.
April 24 at 7pm
Tickets: $10 adult, $8 under 18
Scott Freiman will return to SLCA to “deconstruct” another Beatles album!
The Beatles’ 1968 self-titled album (commonly referred to as the White Album)
is the bestselling album of the Beatles’ career.
Its' thirty songs span almost every style of music –
from hard rock to country to chamber music to avant garde.
Its' recording took place during a remarkable year in Beatles history
that included a lengthy trip to India and the arrival of Yoko Ono.
April 25 at 7:30pm
Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door