2/19/19: Today’s Top Tips: Tuesday

MUSIC: Elise Davis @ the Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton. Elise Davis’s electrified roots-rock sound has earned praise from Rolling Stone Country, Noisey and The Wall Street Journal. With Greg Hall. 7pm. $14.

THEATER: Hamlet @ Hudson Valley Community College’s Maureen Stapleton Theatre, Troy. The tenth annual Shakespeare & Company residency presents a 90-minute adaptation of the Shaekespeare classic. 12noon. FREE.

MUSIC: Organ Colossal @ St. Paul’s Church, Troy. Playing contemporary chamber music, including music by Kala Pierson, Frederic Rzewski, Sam Torres and a premiere by Ledah Finck. 12noon. FREE.

MUSIC: Washington City Line @ Mabee Farm, Rotterdam Junction. The Howlin’ at the Moon concert series continues… 7pm. $6.

MUSIC: Pamela Sharpe & Carl Hackert @ Proctors, Schenectady. The latest installment of the monthly organ concert series featuring the Mighty Wurlitzer “Goldie.” 12noon. FREE.

TALK: Carrie Schneider @ UAlbany University Art Museum, Albany. A conversation and gallery walk-through of her exhibit “Rapt.” 4:30pm.

TALK/MUSIC: Rochmon Record Club Listening Party @ Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs. Chuck Vosganian delivers a multi-media presentation examining Elton John’s classic 1973 double-album, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. 7pm.

TALK: “John Singer Sargent and the Matter of Paint” @ Clark Art Institute, Williamstown. A talk by Susan Sidlauskas, who teaches the history and theory of modern art at Rutgers University. 5:30pm.

TALK: Ed Yung @ UAlbany’s Page Hall, Albany. The acclaimed science writer offers a presentation based on his New York Times bestseller “I Contain Multitudes: The Microbes Within Us and a Grander View of Life,” which takes a look at the amazing partnerships between animals and microbes. 7:30pm. FREE.

OPEN MIC/SPOKEN WORD: Brass Tacks @ the Low Beat, Albany. Thom Francis hosts. 7pm sing-up; 7:30pm readings.

OPEN MIC: Open Mic with Cameron & Ryder @ Club Helsinki, Hudson. 6pm sign-up; 7pm show. FREE.

THEATER ON SCREEN: I’m Not Running @ Proctors’ GE Theatre, Schenectady. The National Theatre’s production of David Hare’s explosive new play. Pauline Gibson has spent her life as a doctor, the inspiring leader of a local health campaign. When she crosses paths with her old boyfriend, a stalwart loyalist in Labour Party politics, she’s faced with an agonizing decision. What’s involved in sacrificing your private life and your piece of mind for something more than a single issue? Does she dare? 2 & 6:30pm. $15.

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