The Adirondack Theatre Festival‘s very successful 25th season will conclude with Beau. The show will premiere on Saturday, August 3 and run from Monday, August 5 through Friday, August 9 at the Charles R. Wood Theater in Glens Falls, with performances each evening at 7:30, and an added matinee on August 7 at 2 pm.
Beau is described as a powerful and uplifting musical drama that follows 12-year-old Ace Baker as he discovers his long-lost grandfather, family secrets, and a love of guitar. The production has had developmental readings at Lincoln Center’s Broadway Songbook Series, The Directors Company, the Oscar Hammerstein Festival, and The Musical Theatre Factory.
Beau stars Matt Rodin, Jeb Brown (Broadway: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Spider-Man Turn off the Dark, Grease) Jeremy Sevelovitz, Olivia Griffin, Max Sangerman (ATF: Spun) Marlene Ginader (National Tour: Once) Amelia Cormack (National Tour: Les Miserables and Kinky Boots)
The musical was created by writing team Douglas Lyons (concept, book, lyrics, and music) and Ethan D. Pakchar (music). Award-winning Broadway director Michael Wilson, choreographer Josh Rhodes, and Tony-Award-winning lighting designer Howell Brinkley are only a few of the talented crew behind this production.
The musical drama is the fourth show of the Adirodack Theatre Festival’s 2019 Season, which saw 95% capacity at its first two productions, making the 25th season among the most successful in its history.
Tickets cost between $34 and $45 and it’s recommended that you purchase your tickets ahead of time to ensure a seat.
Beau is made possible by special arrangement with R.K. Greene, The StoryLine Project, LLC.
References: Press Release, July 17, 2019, Adirondack Theatre Presents its final show of the season, Beau