Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
MUSIC: Train of Fools and Forthlin Road @ the Parting Glass, Saratoga Springs. Doors open at 11am with music and merriment all day and night, including Jeff Strange (12noon), Kevin & Katie McKrell (3pm), Irish step dancers (4pm), Ballston Spa Marching Band (5pm), Train of Fools and Forthlin Road (6pm). Grab a Guinness… or two.
MUSIC: Joe Barna’s Sketches of Influence @ the College of Saint Rose’s Massry Center, Albany. Composer-drummer Barna and his band celebrate the release of their debut CD, “Blowin’ It Out.” With the Brian Patneaude Quartet. 7:30pm. $15.
THEATER ON FILM: “Frankenstein” @ Time + Space Limited, Hudson. Based on Mary Shelley’s classic novel, Oscar winner Danny Boyle directs the UK National Theater’s production of Nick Dear’s gothic play. 7pm. $22; children under 12 $15. Also at 3pm at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington. $25; seniors $23.
MUSIC: Randy Montana @ Sandy’s Clam Bar, Glens Falls. Mercury Nashville recording artist and Albany native Montana – the son of former Nippertown country singer and current Nashville songwriter Billy Montana – showcases selections from his acclaimed, self-titled debut CD. 8:30pm.
MUSIC: Liam Geddes @ the Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield. In 2007, the 16-year-old Geddes was the youngest winner of Ireland’s televised singing competition “X Factor.” Berkshire County’s Rebecca Leigh opens the show. 7pm. $10, $25, $35.
FILM: “8: The Mormon Proposition” @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. Director Reed Cowan documents the campaign by the Mormon Church to pass Proposition 8 in California, and in the process exposes a codified homophobia. 7:30pm. $8; students $5.
READING: Lori Desrosiers @ the Social Justice Center, Albany. Publisher of Naugatuck River Review and award-winning Massachusetts poet, Lori Desrosiers will be the featured reader at the Third Thursday Reading. Includes open mic for poets. Sign-up at 7pm; readings at 7:30pm. $3 suggested donation.
STORYTELLING: Joe Peck @ Crandall Library, Glens Falls. The author of “A Cow in the Pool” and “A Tractor in the House,” Peck tells humorous stories about his 1940s childhood on a small Saratoga County apple and dairy farm. In conjunction with the current gallery exhibit, “Foodways: Documenting the Local.” 7pm. FREE.