Box Office: 518-677-2495, ext. 311
Note: Given the recent growth in cases of the Delta variant and the latest CDC recommendations, we will again require all indoor audiences and participants to remain masked, whether vaccinated or not.
Per the CDC updated guidelines and because we host dozens of unvaccinated children on our campus every day, visitors and students are required to wear masks while in our buildings. Visitors can be outdoors on our campus without masks if vaccinated and at least six feet apart. Audiences for more crowded events outdoors are recommended but not required to remain masked.
Meetings and Hall Visits
We are also only meeting with vendors and clients BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or need to meet with us.
Join us for a lovely evening of Irving Berlin as we welcome back the Seagle Festival to Hubbard Hall. This world-class festival brought you a cabaret of Cole Porter in 2019 and a new opera focused on the experience of members of the military in 2018. To learn more about the festival, click here.
Seagle Festival is the premier opera and musical theater producing organization in the Adirondack region of upstate New York, as well as the oldest summer vocal training program in the United States. In 2021, Seagle Festival celebrates its 106th Anniversary Season.
Hubbard Hall presents a world premiere! In a surprising, fun, haunting and delightful evening, Jean Tafler portrays Margaret Hamilton, whose Wicked Witch of the West has left an indelible mark on us all. If there is one movie we all share it is The Wizard of Oz, but it is time to pay attention to the woman behind the cackle. Watch the Promo Video
Location: Hubbard Hall Mainstage. Masks required.
Join us for two evenings of great Shakespeare in the Park as we showcase two of the Bard’s best loved comedies! Presented outdoors by the Will Kempe’s Players, the company that brought the much-beloved production of Hamlet to Hubbard Hall in 2019.
Price: $20 per adult per show, $10 per student under 18 per show. Advance registration strongly suggested. Seating limited to 100.
Location: Outdoors On the Hubbard Hall Great Lawn. Just Off Main and Washington Streets in Cambridge, NY. Limit to 100 audience members per performance with social distancing enforced. Please wear masks. Note: In case of rain, we will move the shows into Hubbard Hall (with a max of 60 people socially distanced and masked). We’ll have chairs set up outside with space between parties.
Performers: John Hadden & Margaret Lloyd, readers; Lila Brown, viola; Judith Gordon, piano
Location: Hubbard Hall with social distancing enforced (maximum of 40 audience members with masks)
Advance registration required.
Price: $25.00 or Pay What You Can*
*If you cannot pay $25, please call Hubbard Hall at 518-677-2495 to book a ticket at another price.
Music from Salem’s Website
Hubbard Hall is thrilled to present five free outdoor concerts on our great lawn behind Hubbard Hall. Audiences are invited to bring their own blankets and chairs and enjoy a relaxing evening listening to some great music and musicians from near and far! Audiences may arrive any time after 5pm for a 6pm concert start. Maximum 100 attendees allowed on the lawn. In case of rain, concerts will be performed inside Hubbard Hall for a maximum of 45 audience members. No reservations. First come, first sit. Masks required for those unvaccinated.
Time: July 24th and 31st and August 7th, 14th and 21st at 6pm
Location: Outdoors on the Hubbard Hall Great Lawn weather permitting otherwise in the Hall.
Price: FREE. Click here for more info.
July 24 – Athena Burke
July 31 – Men o’ War Balladeers
August 7 – Village Harmony
August 14 – Barry Oreck and Friends
August 21 – Hot Club Saratoga
One night only! **Free Admission**
Seating is very limited! Reserve today.
Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana showcases the pride and power of flamenco in Tablao Flamenco, featuring an international cast of dancers and musicians. Named after the wooden floor used by a bailaor/a (dancer), tablaos are intimate venues that harness the highly improvisational and virtuosic nature of flamenco. Originally known as cafés cantantes (which became popular during the mid- nineteenth century in Spain), tablaos are still among the most popular places to see flamenco today. Tablao performances offer audiences a rare opportunity to feel the artists’ emotions up close and experience the dynamic interplay between the dancers, guitarist and singer come alive. The energy is explosive as artists are inspired by one another and the freedom to take risks and embrace spontaneity.
Breaking Bread brings our community together and offers new ways to create, communicate and collaborate. A safe, inclusive, and sensitive space for LGBTQI+ community members where everyone is welcome and everyone is celebrated for who they are. Come break bread with us. Events are Free.
Next Event TBD
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David A. Snider – Executive & Artistic Director
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