11 North Pearl Street
Albany, NY 122
Capital Repertory Theatre is proud to be one of seventy-six professional theatres in LORT, the League of Resident Theatres. Today, these affiliated theatres provide thousands of artists with a support system for developing new work as well as reviving classics and perennial favorites. Hundreds of thousands of people now have the opportunity to experience the highest caliber of performance right in their own communities.
Box Office Phone Number: (518) 445-SHOW (7469) Fax: (518) 465-0213 Scene Shop: (518) 462-4298 Emergency Line for Patrons On Call: (518) 462-4531 ext 303
19 Clinton Avenue
Albany, NY 12207-2211
The Palace Theatre, a grand cultural and entertainment facility in the heart of Albany , New York , first opened its doors in October 1931. Built during the Depression, the Palace was the largest theatre in a city already noted for a number of other opulent movie houses. Today, the Palace Theatre remains the sole survivor of this period of entertainment and continues to make history with a widely diverse offering of popular acts and cultural events
Tickets can be purchased at the following locations for all Palace Theatre Events:
• The Palace Theatre Box Office located at 19 Clinton Ave (on the Clinton Avenue Side of the theatre)
• Online at http://www.ticketmaster.com/venue/83
• Ticketmaster Charge-By-Phone at 800-745-3000
• All Ticketmaster Outlets
Too Deep Entertainment (TDE) is an African American theater group
located in Albany N.Y. Its mission is to educate and entertain the
community, using the Performing Arts as a prevention and awareness
tool. TDE is a creative performing arts group committed to
empowering the community as well as strengthening the academic
performance of the students, peers, and the people in the community.
The productions held by Too Deep Entertainment are done in a
performing arts setting for audiences ranging from 200 to 750 people.
Throughout the plot of our shows, messages will be seen through
dramatic presentations of acting, dancing, singing, and other forms of
theater. The overall benefit of the performance will allow our audience
to receive information in a creative form of entertainment; Thus,
increasing their knowledge on a given subject (i.e. HIV/AIDS or
Substance Abuse, Empowerment etc.).
TOO DEEP ENTERTAINMENT
P.O. Box 5012
Albany, New York 12205