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Proctors Announces Its 2014-2015 Broadway Season of Shows

Friday, April 4th, 2014

The 2013 Tony Award-winning Best Musical, “Kinky Boots,” is headed to Proctors in Schenectady as part of the theater complex’s 2014-1015 season.

On Thursday evening (April 3), Proctors revealed its upcoming schedule of musicals and big shows in front of a crowd of more than 2,500 invite-only subscribers, members, group leaders and supporters. The announcements were emceed by Time Warner Cable News’ Karen Tararache.

“Typically we do five shows in a season,” said Proctors CEO Philip Morris. “Last season, we added a sixth show to our Key Private Bank Broadway Series. It was popular with our subscribers, so we’re doing it again; there is no better value in Capital Region entertainment. We’re so pleased to present these amazing shows to the community. There will be magic on our stage this season. Join us!”

Broadway Series subscription renewals are on sale now. New public subscriptions will go on sale on Tuesday, May 6.

Here’s the newly announced schedule for Proctors:



LIVE: “Jersey Boys” @ Proctors, 3/1/12

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012
Brandon Andrus, Brad Weinstock, Jason Kappus and Colby Foytik (photo: Joan Marcus)

Brandon Andrus, Brad Weinstock, Jason Kappus and Colby Foytik (photo: Joan Marcus)

If you’re looking for a theme for Nippertown’s spring arts season, the words “Jersey Boys” would seem to fit the bill just fine.

Jersey’s fave alt-rock combo Titus Andronicus roared into Valentine’s Music Hall in Albany on Saturday (March 3) night, wrapping up UAlbany radio station WCDB-FM’s wailin’ two-day 34th Anniversary Music Festival.

And next month, Jersey’s favorite musical son Bruce Springsteen leads his reconstituted E Street Band into the Times Union Center in Albany for what is certainly the hottest spring concert ticket in town.

But in all honesty, Bruce is gonna have to bring his A game to town to top the knock-out production of “Jersey Boys” that’s playing at Proctors in Schenectady through Sunday, March 18.


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