Archive for July, 2014

  • 2014 New York Music Theatre Festival Announced Awards for Excellence

    2 years ago

    On July 27 at Arena Events Space in New York City, the New York Music Theatre Festival announced the winners of the NYMF 2014 Awards for Excellence. The Best New Musical award went to Academia Nuts, Best of Fest Audience Prize went to Cloned! and Excellence in Overall Design went to The Snow Queen. To Read More


  • Construction Update: Interior Sneak Peek

    2 years ago

    The construction crew is making great progress on our new building! We can actually see it coming together. Spring 2015 will be here before we know it. Also, did you know you can help Queensbury Theatre by trying iGive? A portion of your everyday purchases from retailers like Amazon can benefit Queensbury Theatre. To learn Read More


  • Don’t Miss Your Chance to See Oleanna

    2 years ago

    Oleanna by David Mamet We’re entering into the last week of our Oleanna production. If you haven’t had a chance to see the show, tickets are still available for the three remaining show times: -July 17, 8 p.m. -July 18, 8 p.m. -July 19, 8 p.m. Visit Eventbrite to purchase your tickets. To be the Read More


  • Construction Update: Walls Are Up!

    2 years ago

    We’re excited to announce that our new theatre now has walls! We’re that much closer to our spring 2015 grand opening. As the construction crew works hard on the building, we’ve been keeping busy updating our brand and image. The new Queensbury Theatre website made its debut the first week of July. If you didn’t Read More


  • Cocaine and Ethel Merman: The New Homo Guide Leaves the Audience Wanting More

    2 years ago

    The set-up: What an intriguing title for playwright/performer L. Robert Westeen’s one-man show: Cocaine and Ethel Merman: The New Homo Guide. Dare I say my ears pricked up? The execution: Queensbury Theatre (formerly Country Playhouse) presents a reprise of Westeen’s coming out monologue, which had its world premiere in Houston during Pride month in 2012. Read More


  • Broadway World Houston Calls Queensbury Theatre’s Production of Oleanna both “Provocative” and “Evocative”

    2 years ago

    OLEANNA is quite possibly one of the most female-phobic, misogynistic writings on record, notwithstanding many of Hemingway’s writings, penned by a man so distanced from the female perspective that Carol, a harridan of a character, was his best solemn reflection on a female student’s experience of sexual harassment by a male professor approaching tenure. It Read More