Next Up at ATF: “Filming O’Keeffe” by Eric Lane, July 11‐20 in Glens Falls [Berkshire on Stage]

In 1918 Stieglitz first took O’Keeffe to his family home at the village of Lake George in New York’s Adirondack Mountains, and they spent part of every year there until 1929. (Steiglitz gelatin silver print taken in 1918)

In 1918 Stieglitz first took O’Keeffe to his family home at the village of Lake George in New York’s Adirondack Mountains, and they spent part of every year there until 1929. (Steiglitz gelatin silver print taken in 1918)

Adirondack Theatre Festival (ATF) continues its 19th summer season of professional theatre with Eric Lane’s new play, Filming O’Keeffe, at the Charles R. Wood Theater (207 Glen Street in Glens Falls). Performances are July 11‐20 at 7:30pm and July 17th at 2:00pm. Opening Night is Friday, July 12. Tickets are available online at ATFestival.org, by phone at (518)874‐0800, or in person at the Wood Theater.

Filming O’Keeffe is a story inspired by the years artists Alfred Stieglitz and Georgia O’Keeffe spent living on Lake George. In this emotional, lyrical, and funny play, the spirit of these two artists come alive in a family living on the property formerly owned by Stieglitz. Set in the present, young Max is making a film about the two artists for a high school film project. When his estranged grandfather shows up, Max confronts his mother in an effort to learn about his parents’ hidden past.

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