Looking for Glens Falls Performing Arts? Find your creative side and enjoy performing arts in Glens Falls! Glens Falls offers community theatre, dance & music centers & more. Join a group or just enjoy watching!
Steven Brundage has the perfect blend of youth, charm, talent, and amazing close-up magic. He has performed for thousands of people living in upstate New York. His magic will leave your guests amazed and talking about your event for weeks to come.
WrightStage Productions, founded in 2008 by local actor/director, Neil Akins, produces plays at The Wood Theater in Glens Falls and provides theatrical support services to other local theatre production companies.
The philosophy of the Dance Center of Queensbury is to provide an excellent standard in dance education to children and young adults in our community. Our goal is to develop good people in addition to well-trained dancers.
LAKE THEATRE PRODUCTIONS, INC (formerly The Lake George Dinner Theatre) celebrates our 49th season, presenting two delightful, touching comedies this summer and fall in the most intimate professional dinner theatre in the US.
The Adirondack Ballet Theater (a not-for-profit) organization enables children in our community the opportunity to perform in professional productions. Every holiday season the company performs their full length version of the Nutcracker Ballet.
What began as a Vaudeville theatre in the early 20th century is now the Capital Region's destination for major Broadway shows, cutting-edge film festivals, exciting special events, and everything in between.
We offer group and private lessons for adults and children in Salsa, Swing, Tango, Foxtrot, Waltz and all styles of partner dancing. We specialize in wedding couples. The studio offers educational programming in schools and professional performances.
The Rotary 5K & Corporate Challenge
Calling on all runners and walkers! The Glens Falls Rotary annually hosts a 5K road race in April each year. The race is held at the SUNY Adirondack campus on Bay Road in Queensbury, and the course is mostly flat and fast with just one small hill. This year the club has selected the Chapman Historical Museum and the Greater Glens Falls Senior Citizen Center to be the beneficiaries of the event. See full details