Proctors Collaborative Announce Capital Rep and Key Private Bank Broadway Series Seasons

Lineup for 2020-21 features mixture of classic favorites, contemporary hits and new works   SCHENECTADY – A ‘sell out’ crowd of subscribers, members, group leaders and supporters gathered at Proctors on Monday, February 24, as Proctors Collaborative leadership unveiled the venue’s 2020-2021 Key Private Bank Broadway Series as well as the 2020-2021 Season at Capital Repertory Theatre (theREP) at its…

$1M Donation to Proctors Collaborative – Wright Family Foundation Makes an Investment for Schenectady

$1M donation “a vote of confidence” in Proctors Collaborative  Wright Family Foundation makes “an investment in tomorrow” for Schenectady SCHENECTADY, N.Y.—OCT. 29, 2019—With a landmark $1 million donation, The Wright Family Foundation has cast a vote of confidence for a new era at Proctors Collaborative. The gift will serve as a matching grant to leverage…

Proctors Continues to Explore the Dark Side of Alternative Film this Fall

SCHENECTADY, N.Y.—SEPT. 16, 2019—Proctors continues to explore the dark side of alternative film this fall with a series of screenings stretching from Fangoria favorites to Knives and Skin! 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept 19, Donnie Darko Michael Gingold, editor of the classic horror movie magazine Fangoria, will introduce Richard’s Kelly’s 2001 cult favorite Donnie Darko, about a troubled teenager plagued by visions of…

Four Local Cities Proclaim Capital Region Immigrants’ Day

Declarations coincide with The Immigrants’ Ball: Celebrating the American Dream at Proctors, Sunday, Aug. 18 SCHENECTADY, N.Y.—AUG. 15, 2019—The mayors of the four anchor cities of the Capital Region will proclaim Sunday, Aug. 18, Capital Region Immigrants’ Day in their individual municipalities. Mayors Meg Kelly (Saratoga Springs), Patrick Madden (Troy), Gary R. McCarthy (Schenectady) and Kathy Sheehan (Albany) have all, or…

Proctors Broadway Camp Students Perform “Les Miserables”

SCHENECTADY, N.Y.—JULY 10, 2019—Proctors Collaborative has long been a pioneer in providing professional training in the technical aspects of theatre for local students—proving that what happens offstage is just as important as the action on the boards.   The annual culmination of these efforts flower with the School of the Performing Arts’ Broadway Camp, in…