4/28/16: Today’s Top Tips: Thursday
MUSIC: Foreigner @ Proctors, Schenectady. Founding (and only original) member Mick Jones leads the classic rock hitmakers. With special guests the Berlin Senior High School Choir joining in for “I Want to Know What Love Is.” 8pm. $20-$200. GO HERE for more info…
MUSIC: Boz Scaggs @ Calvin Theatre, Northampton. Older Boz faves like “Lido Shuffle” and “Lowdown,” as well as selection from his latest album, A Fool to Care. With Jeff LeBlanc. 8pm. $46.50, $56.50 & $79.50.
MUSIC: Michale Graves @ the Fuze Box, Albany. The former frontman for the Misfits brings his band to town. With Capitle, One Day Waiting and Mordwolf. 7pm. $13. UPDATE: This concert has been cancelled.
MUSIC: Joe Fletcher & the Wrong Reasons @ Club Helsinki, Hudson. The Nashville-based country-rock singer-songwriter brings his rootsy, gritty style to Hudson. With Texas native, Nashville-based Brian Wright singer-songwriter. 8pm.
THEATER: “A Trip to Bountiful” @ Capital Repertory Theatre, Albany. Join the inspiring pilgrimage to the small town of Bountiful, Texas with Carrie Watts, the charming, aging widow who escapes her controlling daughter-in-law and son’s three-room Houston apartment to visit her childhood home one last time. 7:30pm. $20-$55. Through Sunday, May 15.
MUSIC: Saratoga Sings of Art and Inspiration by Opera Saratoga @ Skidmore College’s Tang Museum, Saratoga Springs. Opera Saratoga presents the first of three free concerts of opera and song inspired by great artists and works of art. The program includes music by Debussy, Poulenc, Granados, Moore, and Sondheim and special performances by soprano Evan Kardon, tenor Dominick Corbaccio and pianist Laurie Rogers. 6:30pm. FREE.
THEATER: “Kaspar” @ Skidmore College’s Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater, Saratoga Springs. Directed by Aaron Ardisson, Peter Handke’s play dissects the role of language in the human experience, specifically the role of language as torturer. 8pm. Through Sunday (May 1).