Upcoming Events

The Niceties

by Eleanor Burgess, directed by Jean-Remy Monnay

presented by the Black Theatre Troupe of Upstate NY 

Beaudoin Theatre 

January 23, 24, and 25 at 8 PM and 26 at 3 PM 

Romeo and Juliet

by William Shakespeare 

directed by Dennis Schebetta 

Beaudoin Theatre 

March 25,26,27,28 at 8 PM, March 29 at 2 PM 

April 2,3,4 at 8 PM 

10th Annual Juried Art Show

April 6-21, Awards Reception at 4 PM April 16th

9th Annual Spring Cabaret

Featuring the Siena College Choirs, Lost in Sound, Psalm 150, and Stage III

Beaudoin Theatre 

April 18 at 8 PM and 19 at 3 PM 

Spring Orchestra Concert

Conductor Paul Konye 

April 30th at 7 PM 

Beaudoin Theatre 

Maude Baum Dance Company Spring Performance

Beaudoin Theatre 

May 22 and 23 at 8 PM, and 24 at 2 PM 


Past Events

La Casa De Bernarda Alba

December 6 at 7 PM

Foy Hall 107 

A staged reading of the captivating drama dealing with the reactions of women in mourning in a strict household in Spain performed by Dr. Marcela Garces' Spanish language students. 

PERFORMED IN SPANISH 

Fall Semester Orchestra Concert

Siena College Chamber Orchestra 

Conductor Paul Konye 

Beaudoin Theatre 

December 5 at 7 PM 

The Pajama Game

 

Beaudoin Theatre

 

November 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 at 8 PM 

November 17 at 2 PM

 

Directed by Sharon Paluch 

Musical Direction by Dr. Timothy Reno

Fall Choral Showcase

Siena College Choirs and Clare Ensemble Singers 

Gene Marie Callahan & Timothy Reno, Conductors

St. Mary of the Angels Chapel, Siena College 

October 20th, 2019 at 2 PM 

Festival Cinema Invisible

A Celebration of the Invisible Cinema of the Middle East

Presenting 30 films from the Middle East.

 

October 18,   4:00-5:45 pm, 6:00-7:45pm, and 8:00-9:45pm.

October 19,   2:00-3:45pm, 4:00-5:45pm, 6:00-7:45pm, and 8:00-9:45pm.

 

Key Auditorium, Roger Bacon, Rm. 202

Yours, for the Oppressed

World premiere of the original play by Heather Frederick, Hunter Frederick, Olivia Waldron, and Phillip Kilian

Directed by Jean-Remy Monnay 

September 28 and 29 at 2 PM 

Outdoors in front of Roger Bacon Hall

Free admission 

EBA Dancing in the Trees

September 15th at 2 PM 

Outdoor Dance Performance by Maude Baum Dance 

The Lincoln Dress: World Premiere

Written and Directed by John P. McEneny

Lighting by Nicholas Calafiore

Starring Vasile Flutur, Bettina Goolsby, Annie Montgomery, Aaron Novak

A spooky tale of four thieves who steal a locked up dress that contains the blood of Abraham Lincoln. World Premiere play from Siena graduate John P. McEneny

70 minutes without an intermission.

eba Presents: People Who Move

Dance Theatre created by Anna Pillot

8th Annual Spring Cabaret

April 27th at 8 PM and April 28 at 2 PM 

Beaudoin Theatre, Foy Hall

featuring the Siena College Choirs, Lost in Sound, Psalm 150, and Stage III, Sunday performance benefitting the St. Gabriel's School in Fontaine, Haiti

9th Annual Juried Art Show

April 4th-17th 

Foy Hall Lobby

Awards Reception April 11th at 4 PM 

PAX HOMINIBUS

April 7th, 7.30 PM  

Westminster Presbyterian Church

262 State Street Albany NY

Siena College Choirs, alumni, and Clare Ensemble Singers performance featuring works by Vivaldi and Bach

Peter and the Starcatcher

March 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 at 8 PM and 17 at 2 PM

Beaudoin Theatre, Foy Hall

Rick Elice's imaginative prequel to Peter Pan, directed by Patrick White

Fences

January 31, Feb 1, 2,7,8 and 9 at 8 PM and Feb 3 and 10 at 4 pm

Beaudoin Theatre, Foy Hall

 Fences, by August Wilson, takes place in 1957 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The play follows Troy Maxson, a 53-year-old man who struggles to provide for his wife and son in a time when slavery is over but the civil rights movement has still not come to fruition.

The Laramie "Final" Project

Thursday December 13 at 7.30 PM 

Foy Hall 107

A staged reading of Moises Kaufman and Tectonic Theatre's The Laramie Project performed by Professor Girard's Acting I class.

Festival of Lessons and Carols

December 7th at 8 PM 

Our Lady of the Angels Chapel 

An Advent Prayer Service featuring the Siena College Choirs 

Siena College Orchestra

December 6th at 7 PM 

Beaudoin Theatre 

Paul Konye, Conductor 

Experimental Video Screening

December 4th 7 PM

Foy Hall Lobby 

A showing of student work from the Experimental Video Class. 

American Dream

Presented by the Black Theatre Troupe of Upstate NY and Creative Action Unlimited

November 30, 2018, 8PM 

Roger Bacon – Key Auditorium RB202

A dramatic exploration of the immigrant experience in today’s America, told through monologues, poetry and song.

Dutch at Historic Cherry Hill

November 30, December 1, 2, 8 at 7 PM and December 1,2, 8, 9 at 2 PM 

Historic Cherry Hill 

523 South Pearl Street 

Albany NY 12202 

A live and virtual reality performance 

Frankenstein

November 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17 at 8 PM and  11 at 2 PM 

Beaudoin Theatre, Foy Hall 

A new adaptation of Mary Shelley's novel by David Lane, directed by Tom Truss. 

Songs of Innocence

November 4th at 2 PM 

St. Mary of the Angels Chapel 

Join the Clare Ensemble Singers in their first full-length performance, an exploration of innocence. Repertoire includes British composer Patrick Hawes’ stunning setting of The Beatitudes, as well as part songs and music for solo voices.

 

 

 

Vocomotion: Dutch

A live and virtual reality performance

October 26, preview at 12:45, performance at 7 PM 

Foy Hall 107 

The Siena College Choirs team up with actors from Siena and the community to bring to life the experiences of the Rankin family of Albany's Cherry Hill during WWI through live acting, music, poetry, and virtual reality. 

Brave New Dances

Presented by Maude Baum Dance Company 

October 19th and 20th at 7.30 PM and October 21st at 3.30 PM 

Foy Hall 107 

A concert of all new works from the choreographers of Maude Baum Dance Company, providing a unique opportunity to experience new dances and chat with the choreographer. 

 

Platanos y Collard Greens

Presented by the Damietta Center, BLSU, Latinos Unidos Nuestra America, Diversity Action Committee, and Multicultural Studies Minor 

October 10th, 6 PM 

Beaudoin Theatre, Foy Hall 

A comedic multicultural love story

 

Othello

Presented by Will Kempe's Players

September 29 and 30 at 1 PM in front of Roger Bacon Hall

 Tragedy of Othello, the classic tale of love and jealousy, explores issues that are still in our headlines: race, gender equality, personal ambition, bigotry, tribalism, and truth.

St. John's Bible Viewing

September 29 at 1:30 PM

Yates Gallery, Standish Library

Fr. Mark Reamer, OFM with Clare Ensemble Singers conducted by Timothy Reno. 

Hairspray

Presented by Consortium Actors 

August 16th-18th, 26th-28th at 7pm
Matinees- August 19th and August 29th at 2pm
Siena College Beaudoin Theater, Foy Hall

This 1960s style musical follows plump, big-haired teenager Tracy Turnblad’s adventures fulfilling her dream of dancing on the Corny Collins Show. When Tracy realizes her dream, she uses her newfound fame to fight for racial integration on the show.

A Festival of Lessons and Carols

December 6th 

St. Mary of the Angels Chapel 

Siena College Choirs and Siena Psalm 150 Music Ministry 

Directed by Gabrielle Tegiacchi and Dr. Timothy Reno