Friday, 14 February 2020 10:37

Adirondack Theatre Festival Announces 26th Season

Adirondack Theatre Festival Announces 26th Season

GLENS FALLS — The 26th anniversary season of the Adirondack Theatre Festival (ATF) runs June 12–Aug. 7, with performances at the Charles R. Wood Theater in Downtown Glens Falls.

The summer season of fully produced new works features four Mainstage shows and four special events, including a large-scale musical celebrating 100 years of broadcast radio, a hysterical Seinfeldian comedy, a bilingual musical drama set across two continents, and a gorgeous love story about the pain of letting go. 

The 2020 Season kicks-off with Douglas Lyons and Creighton Irons musical, The Moon & The Sea, running June 12-20. ATF will present Apropos of Nothing by Greg Kalleres June 30-July 8, and the groundbreaking bilingual musical from Cheeyang Ng and Khiyon Hursey takes stage July 16-23.

The final mainstage show of ATF’s 2020 season is a Golden Era musical from the Tony-nominated and Emmy-winning writers/director of ATF’s 2018 hit, Front Page Flo.  Tuning In, by Larry Kass, Sara Kass, & George Pinney, directed by George Pinney, runs July 31-Aug. 7.

Flexible Subscription Packages ranging from three passes to seven passes are on sale now, starting at $99.  Individual tickets are on sale April 7.  Packages and tickets to individual shows may be purchased by calling 518-480-4878 or visiting the Wood Theater Box Office.  For more information on the full season, including detailed show descriptions and video trailers, visit

Founded in 1994, Adirondack Theatre Festival is a professional not-for-profit summer theatre located in Glens Falls. During its 26-year history, ATF has launched more than 35 world premieres and produced 25 new play workshops. Each summer ATF produces a nine-week season of theatre for an audience of more than 9,500 using professional artists from New York City and across the country. 

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