5/7/17: Today’s Top Tips: Sunday
MUSIC/MORE: “Tear of the Clouds” @ Club Helsinki, Hudson. It’s a mystical-musical ritual of dance, music & more featuring goth-folk band Dust Bowl Faeries, Luis Mojica and friends. featuring a Butoh dance by Jenn Hicks, trapeze arts and video. With Rick Warren. 8pm. $10.
MUSIC: The Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio @ Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy. The Troy Chromatic Concerts season closer with an all-star trio. 3pm.
MUSIC: Lou Barlow @ One Caroline Street Bistro, Saratoga Springs. The lo-fi, alt-rock pioneer is a founding member of such pivotal bands as Dinosaur Jr., Sebadoh and the Folk Implosion. With Mike O’Donnell. 4pm. FREE. UPDATE: This show is now officially sold out…
MUSIC: Mayday Parade @ Upstate Concert Hall, Clifton Park. With Knuckle Puck and Milestone. 7:30pm.
CABARET: Steve Ross @ Clark Art Institute, Williamstown. A celebration of the Great American Songbook, Broadway show tunes, and classic standards. 3pm. $40.
WORKSHOP: Rhythm Section Masterclass @ Rocky’s Music Studio, North Greenbush. A masterclass with Robben Ford’s rhythm section – drummer Wes Little and bassist Brian Allen. 1pm. $20.
CABARET: Benita Zahn’s BZ & the Girls: Girls Who Sing @ Fort Salem Theater, Salem. The WNYT-TV news anchor returns to Fort Salem Theater in a new cabaret show, also featuring singers Keri Alonzo, Sue Caputo and Lynne Kerr. 2pm.
THEATER: “Some People Hear Thunder” @ Capital Repertory Theatre, Albany. The world premiere of a new musical love story by Gerson Smoger and Jeffrey Sorkin. Directed by and starring Kevin McGuire. 2pm. Through Sunday, May 21.
MUSIC: Concert for Spring @ the Otesaga Resort Hotel, Cooperstown. Gilbert Kalish, piano; Carmit Zori, violin; Eric Reed, horn; and Linda Chesis, flute kick off the Cooperstown Summer Music Festival’s 19th season. 4pm. $25; $15 students.
MUSIC: University Symphony Orchestra @ UAlbany Performing Arts Center, Albany. Under the direction of Christopher Neubert, the program will include the overture for The Consecration of the House, Op. 124 and Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 37 with pianist Duncan Cumming as guest soloist. 3pm.
THEATER: “ChipandGus” @ Bridge Street Theatre, Catskill. The 90-minute comedy with balls by actor-writers John Ahlin and Christopher Patrick Mullen takes place over a ping-pong table. 2pm. $20; $10 students.
THEATER: “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” @ Schenectady Light Opera Company, Schenectady. SLOC wraps up its 2016-17 season with the Pulitizer Prize-winning comic tale of life on the corporate ladder. Directed by Michael Camelo. 2pm. Through Sunday, May 14.
THEATER: “The Glass Menagerie” @ Hubbard Hall, Cambridge. Last chance! The Tennessee Williams classic. 2pm. $25; $10 students.
MUSIC: Brooklyn Rider @ Hudson Hall, Hudson. The string quartet brings its post-classical approach and a program of works by Beethoven, Janacek, Philip Glass and Colin Jacobsen. 5pm.
THEATER: “The Foreigner” @ Home Made Theater, Saratoga Springs. Last chance! Larry Shue’s comedy. 2pm. $24 & $27.
THEATER: “Mary-Kate Olsen Is in Love” @ Albany Masonic Temple, Albany. Last chance! Confetti Stage presents Mallery Avidon’s touching, funny and heartbreaking look at modern life. 7:30pm. $15; $10 students.
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