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National Theatre Live | The Crucible

The Hyde 161 Warren Street, Glens Falls, NY, United States

The Crucible Saturday, March 18, at 1:30 pm 180 minutes, Rated PG-13 By Arthur Miller Directed by Lyndsey Turner A witch hunt is beginning in Arthur Miller’s captivating parable of power with Erin Doherty (The Crown) and Brendan Cowell (Yerma). Watch the trailer Raised to be seen but not heard, a group of young women...
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National Theatre Live | Othello

The Hyde 161 Warren Street, Glens Falls, NY, United States

Othello Saturday, May 13, at 1:30 pm 180 minutes, Rated PG-13 By William Shakespeare Directed by Clint Dyer An extraordinary new production of Shakespeare’s most enduring tragedy, directed by Clint Dyer with a cast that includes Giles Terera (Hamilton), Rosy McEwan (The Alienist) and Paul Hilton (The Inheritance). Watch the trailer. She’s a bright, headstrong...
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Student Matinee | Frankenstein

The Hyde 161 Warren Street, Glens Falls, NY, United States

Frankenstein Friday, October 13 (120 minutes) by Nick Dear, based on the novel by Mary Shelley Directed by Academy Award®-winner Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, Slumdog Millionaire), Frankenstein features Benedict Cumberbatch (Hamlet, BBC’s Sherlock) and Jonny Lee Miller (Elementary, Trainspotting) alternating between the roles of Victor Frankenstein and his creation.* Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in...
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On Screen @ The Hyde | Frankenstein

The Hyde 161 Warren Street, Glens Falls, NY, United States

National Theatre Live: Frankenstein Friday, October 13, at 2:30pm Frankenstein by Nick Dear, based on the novel by Mary Shelley Directed by Academy Award®-winner Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, Slumdog Millionaire), Frankenstein features Benedict Cumberbatch (Hamlet, BBC’s Sherlock) and Jonny Lee Miller (Elementary, Trainspotting) alternating between the roles of Victor Frankenstein and his creation.* Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form,...
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