2017 Schedule

Landmark Celebration
Saturday, June 10 from 1:00 - 4:30 PM - free
The Round Lake Auditorium’s Davis Ferris Tracker Organ 
is now a National Historic Landmark!  Help us celebrate! 
This free event includes a hands-on program for children, 
tours inside the organ, and an informational exhibit 
about the historic Village of Round Lake.  Throughout 
the day, renowned organists will demonstrate a range of 
beautiful music on this massive 170 year-old instrument.  

Electric City Chorus
Tuesday, June 13th at 7:00 PM
$5 donation encouraged
Singing in Schenectady and throughout 
the region since 1944. Enjoy an evening 
at the Auditorium with the exhilarating 
Electric City Chorus, an a cappella vocal 
music group singing in the Barbershop style.

Marquise Productions presents:
This Is Not A Test

Saturday, June 17th at 8 PM
All tickets $15
In a war-torn era, inside a decrepit vaudeville 
theater, with nothing but a pile of shoes to sleep 
on, an isolated clown finds shelter. Traversing 
themes of the apocalypse, loneliness and hope 
the clown interacts with inanimate objects.
He takes the audience on a journey using comedic 
vignettes to offer a balance for deeper, and at 
times, darker content throughout the show.

Hitchcock Screening: Shadow of a Doubt
Thursday, July 13 
Lecture at 7:30 PM Screening at 8:00 PM
$5 donation encouraged
Artist and RPI Professor Michael Oatman 
will discuss on the subject of Alfred Hitchcock 
and his films before introducing the thrilling movie
Shadow of a Doubt.

“Look for the Silver Lining” 
A Judy Garland Review

Sunday, July 2nd at 2:30 PM
All tickets $10
Sharing stories of Judy Garland’s life and 
inspiring legacy, Holly McCormack returns to the 
Round Lake Auditorium with pianist 
Malcolm Kogut for an original musical review 
of Garland’s famous songs including, 
“The Boy Next Door,” “Meet Me in St. Louis,” 
“The Trolley Song,” and many more!

Brian Dewan: 
Songs and Filmstrips

Saturday, July 8 at 8 PM
All tickets $10
Stories unfold by means of whimsical and 
engrossing paths in Brian Dewan’s songs and 
film strips.  Working through music, visual art 
and performance Dewan creates a surreal 
world provoking at times laughter while also 
conjuring tales of dire circumstances.

B-Movie Marathon
Saturday, July 15th 6PM - Midnight
$10 donation encouraged 
Fourth annual B-movie marathon to benefit the 
seating restoration at the Round Lake Auditorium. 
Stay tuned, films to be announced!
Organized by Oliver Comstock Reynolds and 
Michelle Stewart.

Silent movie: The General
Friday, July 21st at 8 PM
$10 suggested donation
Experience Buster Keaton’s historical
parody set during the Civil War with the 
monumental sounds of our Ferris Tracker 
organ, played by Bill Hubert.  

Carpe Diem presents:
Annie & Xanadu Jr.

Friday, July 28th at 1PM and 7PM
Saturday, July 29th at 1 PM and 7 PM
All tickets $5 (Double Feature)
The Round Lake Summer Stars culminate their summer 
drama camp with a great double feature. 
First, the Carpe Diem Kids perform the classic Annie, 
followed by Xanadu Jr. inspired by the Tony Award-nominated 
Broadway musical and film.  For more information go to 
www.carpediemshows.com. 

The Puppet People: 
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

Thursday, August 3rd at 10 am — free
Join The Puppet People in this masterful 
Marionette production!  Focusing on themes of 
bullies, jealousy and superstition this show is a 
thrilling comic rendition of Washington Irving’s 
haunting tale.
Sponsored by Stewarts Shop Holiday Match.

Jim Gaudet and the Railroad Boys
Saturday, August 5th at 8 PM
Tickets $15
Songs driven by storytelling and energetic music 
will fill the auditorium tonight with Jim Gaudet and 
the Railroad Boys.  Their bluegrass music has been 
enjoyed at festivals across the country…
but lucky for us their roots are here!

Organ Concert: Craig Williams
Sunday, August 6th at 2:30 PM
Tickets $10
Seniors $5
Craig S. Williams is the West Point Organist and 
Choirmaster where he plays the world’s largest 
church pipe organ.  His organ credits include 
Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Segerstrom 
Performing Arts Center and many 
notable houses of worship.

Organ Concert: Thomas Dressler
Sunday, August 27th at 2:30 PM
Tickets $10
Seniors $5
Known for his exciting and passionate performances on both 
organ and harpsichord, Thomas Dressler combines warm 
musicality with historic technique.

The Last Five Years
Friday, September 8th at 7:30 PM
Saturday, September 9th at 7:30 PM
All tickets $8
Winner of the 2002 Drama Desk Awards, 
and written by Tony Award winning composer and 
lyricist Jason Robert Brown, The Last Five Years is a 
poignant and emotional musical that traces the five year 
relationship of "twenty-somethings" Jamie and Cathy.  
With Jamie on the brink of fame and success and 
Cathy struggling to make a break into her acting career, 
Brown depicts a devastatingly honest story of love, 
marriage, and heartbreak through his hauntingly 
beautiful score.  Directed by Betsy Stambach-Fuller; 
featuring Brandon Sarti (Jamie) and 
Mackenzie Johnson (Cathy). Presented through 
special arrangements with Musical Theatre 
International. www.mtishows.com. 

Dan Berggren with Ed Lowman
Sunday, September 10th at 3-5 PM
Tickets $15 at the door 
$12 presale
Children under 12 free
Join the folk duo Dan Berggren and Ed Lowman 
for a musical trip to the Adirondacks. 
With guitar, banjo, fiddle and bass, they'll 
engage you with strong songs, fun sing-a-longs, 
tender ballads, and tunes that jump.  
A wonderful concert to share with the whole 
family on Grandparent’s Day!

Plein Air Festival 
Sponsored by The Malta League of Arts

Saturday, September 16th 
Plein Air Festival 10:00–3:00 PM 
Reception—Exhibit and Sale 4:00-6:00 PM 
The day's events include workshops/classes 
with Master Artists and self-directed painting 
throughout the Village; Historic tour of 
Round Lake; Mono Printing and much more. 
Information about registration 
and fees can be found on 
MLA Facebook. 
Funds from the 
event support scholarships in the arts.

Playing for Change
Saturday, September 23rd
Please join us for the 7th annual global 
Playing For Change Day.  This is a day where 
thousands of musicians and music lovers 
come together at hundreds of events around 
the world to celebrate with music and dance, 
and raise awareness for music education. 
For more information on the Playing for 
Change Foundation please visit 
https://playingforchange.org and stay tuned 
for details via our website and Facebook page 
regarding ticketing and participating musicians!

6th Annual Round Lake Organ Fundraiser
Come out and support the preservation and maintenance 
of the historic Ferris Tracker Organ in the tastiest way possible! 
Join us for BBQ and vegetarian foodand enjoy the live music! 
Scheduled for early Fall...
stay tuned for date, time and ticket information.