2788 Hamburg Street
Schenectady, NY 12303
Phone: (518) 355-1111
Fax: (518) 356-3817
The orchestra presents live classical music performances which showcase talented local musicians.
Proctor's has a rich history attached with it. Established way back in 1926, this is one of the oldest theaters around and is known for its regal interiors and performances that generate applause and accolades. From symphonies, ballets to comedies, musicals and much more, this theater is a haven of talent. Many popular theater groups, actors, musicians and artistes have performed live on this stage. The theater also is open to giving rentals for meetings, parties and private events. It is also very well equipped with all the light, sound and technical apparatus. The theater also boasts of being very environmentally friendly.
Features of this cinema include stadium seating and Dolby Digital sound in every auditorium. Enjoy bargain matinees daily until 6 p.m. and freshly prepared hot treats, such as chicken tenders, mozzarella sticks, french fries, and pizza. Movieland Caf
The Capital District's longest-running, continually operating theater offers professional quality plays.
Frank L. Messa Rink is a swanky multi-purpose arena that is located on the premises of Union College. It was built in 1975 and was formerly known as as Achilles Rink. The rink is part of the Achilles Center and is home to the skating and ice hockey teams of the college. All through the year, a number of tournaments and league fixtures are held here that draw a large number of fans from all over.
This large theatre is home to the Symphony Orchestra and Albany Berkshire Ballet
The Regal Cinemas at the Crossgates Mall provide a fantastic movie experience at their state-of-the-art facilities. One of the projectors is Digital Light Processing (DLP), so you are assured the best possible viewing of your favorite Hollywood or indie flick.
The Regal Cinemas at the Colonie Center provide a fantastic movie experience at their state-of-the-art facilities. All projections are Digital Light Processing (DLP), so you are assured the best possible viewing of your favorite Hollywood or indie flick.
The SEFCU Arena has been a part of campus life at University at Albany since 1992, when it was opened at the Recreation and Convocation Center (RACC). Re-named in 2006 as the SEFCU Arena, this facility occupies a prominent role on campus, being the home of the university's men and women's basketball teams, as well as having an indoor track that measures 11 miles (17.7 kilometers). Besides sports, this arena also plays host to local community events like concerts and more. See the website or call to know more.
Enjoy fine dining, a wagering complex, scoreboard, indoor golf, baseball and bowling at this center.
Park Playhouse offers Albany's denizens free summer theater in beautiful and historic Washington Park. In addition to plays and musicals, the artists collaborate with the community and local schools to promote theatrical performances. Albany has hosted the program each summer for more than 20 years, and some of the shows have included Shakespeare, Oliver!, and Annie alongside other more contemporary ones.
Stand-up comedy show at the OTB Teletheater with local and beyond comedians. Cash bar and food available. Last Saturday of the month.