From the Proctor’s homepage:
Since 1926, Proctors, a historic, beautifully restored theatre located in the heart of downtown Schenectady, has presented the very best in entertainment for New York’s Capital Region.
Proctors Theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Originally built as a vaudeville house, Proctors has seen its stage graced by such legendary performers as comedians Red Skelton, George Burns and Gracie Allen, magicians Harry Blackstone Sr. & Jr., and bandleaders Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong and Glenn Miller. In recent years, we have hosted entertainers including Tony Bennett, Carol Channing and Robert Goulet.
Proctors is the home of the Schenectady Symphony and the Northeast Ballet . We also host graduations, meetings, and receptions, and every Christmas season, we welcome the Melodies of Christmas, the holiday show performed by the Empire State Youth Orchestra and Chorus that raises funds for the Children’s Hospital at Albany (NY) Medical Center. Proctor’s shows movies on one of the largest screens in the Northeast, and we have tours of our theatre, open to the public, about once a month.
The theater has a long and rich history that is well worth reading (the full history can be found on their website).
Grease runs from January 26 – 31.
Proctors – Schenectady, NY
January 26 2010 – 8:00P
January 27 2010 – 8:00P
January 28 2010 – 2:00P & 8:00P
January 29 2010 – 8:00P
January 30 2010 – 2:00P
January 30 2010 – 8:00P
January 31 2010 – 2:00P