"Attend" our 2022 Great Arts Benefit!
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Join us in-person for the finale of our 2022 season!
The Arts Center unfortunately postponed our Forever Wild production of skits and songs by your Adirondack neighbors to spring of 2023. Exact dates will be announced next year.
In place of these performances, we are hosting an end-of-season party with open mic and karaoke on Sat., Oct. 8, beginning at 7 p.m. and open to all! There will be no admission fee, and anyone who wishes to perform either in the open-mic format or to their favorite karaoke tunes is encouraged to attend and join in the fun!
Already planning to perform in the open-mic format:
There is no set order - show up, and we’ll add you to the lineup! We will have mics set up for those who just want to show up to sing, play, or both. Karaoke also will be available, with Artistic General Director George Cordes on the karaoke “machine”. Show off your talents to your favorite pop, rock, or show tunes!
Beer, wine, and other refreshments will be available as we celebrate our 2022 season with this end-of-season bash!
With Indian Lake Librarian and artisan Susan Rollings
Our workshops are now done for the season.
Stay tuned for a whole new lineup in 2023!
Our return to the MAGIC of live, in-person music, theatre, visual-arts exhibits, and other programming continued in 2022 with "Back in Blue, Act II: The Magic Returns!" 55 years ago, in 1967, a little group called the Beatles came out with "The Magical Mystery Tour," a musical tour de force that helped define a generation. That same year, Jim and Sheila Hutt first directed the Arts Center in Blue Mountain Lake, NY, a magical place that has continued to help define what the arts mean to our Adirondack communities. Our return to live activities in 2022 featured a "magical" lineup of classical, folk, rock, alternative, and Broadway music through our Weekend Series. The magic continued with our three Adirondack Lakes Summer Theatre Festival productions: 2 Across, directed by Jordan Hornstein; A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Karen Lordi-Kirkham; and Beguiled Again, a revue featuring the "bewitching" music of Rodgers & Hart. Our gallery exhibits also returned, along with workshops and lectures.