Meet Our Capital Region Theater Companies!
AD Astra Theatre Group
Ad Astra Theatre Troupe is a non-profit student-run performance company focusing on spreading education, confidence, and a sense of community through the arts.
Albany Civic Theater
The intent of Albany Civic Theater is to provide education & training in acting, directing, writing, speech, staging, producing, and other aspects of dramatic arts.
Bridge Street Theatre
Bridge Street Theatre is a three-space performing and visual arts complex housed in a refurbished industrial building in the Village of Catskill, NY.
Broadway Upstate is a children’s theater company serving the Adirondack communities that was established in June of 2012.
Capital Repertory Theatre
We are a professional, not-for-profit cultural organization, and the only member of the League of Resident Theatres (LORT) within 14 counties of the Upper Hudson-Mohawk Valley.
Classic Theater Guild
The Classic Theater Guild Inc. is a locally run theater company that has been active since its inception in 2003. The Classic Theater Guild Inc. performs 4-5 main stage shows per year.
Colonial Little Theatre
Colonial Little Theatre is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote the performing arts through opportunities for community participation in a variety of in Fulton County and the surrounding area.
The award-winning Confetti Stage was incorporated in 2004 and produced its inaugural production, ‘night, Mother, by Marsha Norman in January 2005. Since then, the company has successfully brought to the stage over 40 productions.
Founded in 2010 by Sharon Paluch and Andrew Zawacki, Consortium Actors has grown from a small educational performance group to a viable theatrical company mounting 5 mainstage productions per season.
Curtain Call Theater
For over twenty-five years, Curtain Call Theatre has produced classics, numerous regional premieres, and one world premiere! They have recently moved to their new home in Latham, NY.
Debuts Theater Company
Debuts Theater Co. was founded in 1998 and strives to encourage interest in the dramatic arts. Our goal is to instill concepts of commitment & discipline while inspiring their appreciation of the Broadway musical.
For 50 years, Galway Players has enjoyed being a part of the Galway community. Thanks to community and membership support, our non-profit group has been able to give back to Galway.
Glens Falls Community Theater
The Glens Falls Community Theatre is a not-for-profit organization created for the promotion and encouragement of the theatrical arts as well as for the personal enjoyment of its members.
Home Made Theater
Home Made Theater is a not-for-profit theater company committed to enhancing the cultural life of the Saratoga region. As the Resident Company in the historic Spa Little Theater we are a vital link in creating a thriving community.
Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts & Education (Hubbard Hall Projects, Inc.) is a non-profit rural community multi-arts center dedicated to bringing the best of theater, music, dance & visual arts to our region.
iTheatre Saratoga / The Creative Place International (CPI) is a not-for-profit professional theatrical/cultural resource based in Saratoga Springs, NY.
Massry Center for the Arts
The Massry family has longstanding ties with The College of Saint Rose. In 2008 the College constructed the Massry Center for the Arts, thanks primarily to the Massry family’s generosity.
Not So Common Players
Not So Common Players in Clifton Park is a Not for Profit Theater Organization that’s mission is to provide free theater to the community.
The Palace Performing Arts Center is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization that takes a leadership role in making arts & culture available in the Capital City and surrounding region.
Park Playhouse augments the quality of life for a diverse audience in the Capital District by producing FREE theatre in an outdoor setting, mounting high quality productions at venues throughout the region.
Over the past decade, Proctors has made numerous renovations, which have made it possible to accommodate large Broadway productions, and ever-growing audiences from around the country.
The RPI Players has staged over 300 productions and is nearing its 90th Season. The troupe currently produces three mainstage productions each year, and works on a variety of collaborative projects.
Sage Theatre Institute
Established in February of 2011, the Theatre Institute at Sage is dedicated to providing quality live theatre and arts-in-education programming to Capital Region youth, educators and residents.
Sand Lake Center for the Arts
Sand Lake Center for the Arts – Circle Theatre Players is a not for profit multi-arts center located in an 1835 renovated, historically significant church in Sand Lake, Rensselaer County.
Schenectady Civic Players
Founded in 1927 by Union College Educators to be a Non-Profit Organization, in Schenectady’s historic Stockade District. We’ve been here ever since, always growing. Our shows are designed to captivate and enlighten audiences.
Schuylerville Community Theater
Community Theater Group committed to bringing quality theater experiences to Schuylerville Community and the surrounding areas.
Skidmore College Theater
The Skidmore Theater Department is a preprofessional program that offers students the opportunity to pursue the serious study of the theater arts within a liberal arts setting.
Siena College Theatre
This certificate program is an opportunity to study all facets of theatre, including acting, directing, design/technology or theory and history.
SLOC Musical Theater is a non-profit community-based performing arts center. Our mission is to provide opportunities for adults and youth to experience and participate in the performing arts.
Steamer No. 10 Theatre
Steamer No.10 Theatre, Inc. is a non-profit, tax-exempt professional theatre producing and presenting shows for children and families, and touring to schools and theatres throughout the Northeast.
Troy Foundry Theatre
The Troy Foundry Theatre is a group of like-minded artists that are committed to producing groundbreaking work in and around Historic Troy, NY.
Union College Theater & Dance
Our mission is to explore what it means to be an artist. Theater and Dance as an integral part of the liberal arts education at Union College encourages academic excellence and engages students in inquiry and experiences that develop risk taking, collaborative skills, and critical judgment.
University at Albany Theatre
We strive to weave our classroom and production work together at every turn, so each class and production assignment is carefully designed to prepare you for success, both in theatre and in life.
Will Kempe's Players
Will Kempe’s Players is a company based out of Troy, NY with the intention of putting on theatrical works not only by Shakespeare, but also his contemporaries in productions that are both integral and idiomatic to the Elizabethan era.
Creative Action Unlimited
Creative Action Unlimited is a theater company committed to sharing the stories of marginalized and vulnerable members of our society, Creative Action Unlimited stands in solidarity with the Black community in their fight against systemic oppression.
NorthEast Theatre Ensemble
NorthEast Theatre Ensemble is dedicated to exploring the universal truths that unite humanity through re-imagined classics, seldom visited works, and new voices. They are currently focusing Their efforts to bring innovative site-specific productions to the Capital District.
Fort Salem Theater
Fort Salem Theater’s misson is to provide entertainment, education, and inspiration to Salem and the neighboring communities through high-quality, engaging, and diverse stage productions.
Creative License Theater Collective
Creative License was founded by local theater artists Aaron Holbritter and Casey Polomaine in March of 2014. Over a plate of chicken parm and a slice of tomato pie, Holbritter and Polomaine discussed the need for a theatrical group in the Capital Region that would break down the barriers between the artistic world and the general public. A group that would focus on the written word and the honest, rich performances of its actors. They wrote down 3 questions on a napkin-What will we call ourselves? What will we present to an audience? Where will we call home? The answers to those questions are still taking shape, but from that napkin, and from years of collective experience and passion, Creative License was born.