HALLOWEEN CELEBRATION AND SPOOKY FILM FESTIVAL
Friday, Oct 24 - 8:00 pm, $15.00
$10 UI Members / $15 Non members. All tickets at the door only
Upstate Independants Filmakers Network
Halloween Celebration and Spooky Film Festival
with Dance Music by the Lucky Jukebox Brigade
Come join upsates filmaking community as they celebrate Halloween as only moviemakers can. With an Awesome Costume Contest including celebrity judges and a Short Horror Film Contest (Attendees will vote for the winner).
Hors d'oeuvre / Snacks (Included in ticket price) and a Cash Bar
ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW
Saturday, Oct 25 - 8:00 pm, $10.00
8pm & Midnight $10 advance /$12 at the door
Halloween Special TWO SHOWS 8PM & MIDNIGHT Seating is limited (with additional standing room) so ticket holders need to arrive no later than 7:45 or 11:45 or be prepared to stand.
Join us for our traditional Halloween presentation with Albany's own shadowcast troupe, The Whip It Outskirts! Join the cast for a live show before the film, then see the performers take the night to a whole new level as they act out the film in full Transsexual Transylvania regalia! In keeping with Rocky Horror tradition, get ready for an evening of interactive entertainment: participation is optional, but verrrrrrry desirable!
Friday, Nov 7 - 8:00 pm, $17.00
Sponsored by WEXT 97.7
with special guest MaryLeigh Roohan
Though England is his place of birth, the songs Bobby Long writes are redolent with pieces of Americana. Perhaps that's because he now lives in New York City, a place he feels more at home than he did while living in his native country. In 2009, Long made the move to the States after emerging from London's open-mic night scene with a reputation for creating memorable songs inhabited by hauntingly poetic lyrics. A student of songcraft, Long's reverence for American music runs deep, with influences ranging from country greats like Hank Williams and Ernest Tubb to folk singers Woody Guthrie and Ramblin' Jack Elliott, and modern day luminaries like Jeff Buckley and Elliott Smith.
Saturday, Nov 8 - 8:00 pm, $18.00
Sponsored by WEXT 97.7
Charlie Mars has been a journeyman artist with all the ups and downs that entails, from major label releases and high profile gigs opening for the likes of REM, KT Tunstall, Citizen Cope, Steve Earle, among others, from uncertainty to redemption. Like any songwriter worth his salt, Mars employs his art as a channel towards personal discovery, candidly exploring all the human limitations " from pride and fear to cynicism self-doubt " that stand in the way of his attaining true happiness. His 2009 breakthrough debut album Like A Bird, Like A Plane was followed by two years on the road; growing an increasingly fervent following while slowly compiling a sheaf of new songs. Blackberry Light his second album presented a gifted writer and musician at his confident and creative peak, a milestone work in what has proven to be a most extraordinary artistic evolution. Sense last year's show at The Linda Charlie's been busy touring with the Dixie Chicks and readying his third album for a fall 2014 release.
Thursday, Nov 13 - 6:00 pm, FREEReservations required call 518465-5233 ext 158
What happens when you pair Veterans
with Grammy-winning songwriters?
Come find out!
Enjoy cocktails, performances from award-winning singer-songwriters Darden Smith, Gary Nicholson, Mary Gauthier, and the fantastic local band the North and South Dakotas
Songwriting With:Soldiers holds retreats where active-duty and Veteran service members share stories and write songs with professional songwriters to help "put their packs down" and build connections.
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