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Setting the stage

SLOC unveils new season, first phase of $3.6M renovation

John Samatulski talks about the renovated bar area at SLOC’s theater, which has seating for patrons and a grand piano, pictured in the upper right corner.

John Samatulski talks about the renovated bar area at SLOC’s theater, which has seating for patrons and a grand piano, pictured in the upper right corner. Photo by John Purcell.

— The iconic musical “The Sound of Music” has performances on March 15-17 and 21-24, with Jeff Hocking and Becky Strait directing. The upcoming season will end with Richard Rowe directing the musical comedy “Sweet Charity,” with shows on May 10-12 and 16-19.

Tickets for the new season are on sale now and start at $18 a seat, and a season subscription with “good seating” for all five shows is $120. For information on the upcoming season and remaining shows of the current season, visit SLOC’s website at www.sloctheater.org. Performances are at its new location at 427 Franklin St. in downtown Schenectady.

“When you consider the high quality of our musicals, a season subscription is one of the best entertainment values in the region,” Kate Kaufman Burns, president of the SLOC Board of Directors, said. “We believe this season builds upon the initial success at our new location.”

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