Proctors 2017-2018 season

chef Jacques Pepin

Chef Jacques Pepin is on the schedule.

Proctors has released a big list of shows and events for its 2017-2018 season -- some new, some already announced. Aforementioned big list is below.

A few that of the new ones that caught our eye:

+ September 17: "A Seat at the Table" with Beekman 1802

+ November 9: An Evening with Alan Alda

+ January 17: David Brooks (the NYT columnist)

+ January 24: Just Call Me God: A Dictator's Final Speech (featuring John Malkovich)

+ April 6: Jacques Pepin

+ April 27: Patti LuPone

Tickets for (most of) the new shows go on sale this Friday, May 5.

On to the big list...

Summer 2017

June 16-18: Riverdance
June 24: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
June 30: Red, White & Brew Festival
July 7-August 13: Mamma Mia! (at Capital Rep)
July 29: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
August 4-5: Pippin
August 26: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
September 16: Well-Strung
September 17: "A Seat at The Table" With Beekman 1802
September 22-October 15: Sex with Strangers (at Capital Rep)
September 23: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show

October 2017

October 7-14: The Color Purple
October 13: Avner The Eccentric
October 19: Festival of South African Dance
October 19: Betsayda Machado y Parranda El Clavo
October 20: Andrea McCardle
October 20-23: Next Act! New Play Summit 6 (at Proctors and Capital Rep)
October 26: Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Live!
October 27: Evil Dead The Musical
October 28: Pretty Much The Best Comedy Show
October 28: The Sachal Jazz Ensemble
October 28: Capital Repertory Theatre 2017-18 Season Gala
October 31-November 5: Fun Home

November 2017

November 4: Shakespeare The Remix (at Capital Rep)
November 4: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show (at Capital Rep)
November 7: The King's Singers
November 9: An Evening with Alan Alda
November 11: Golden Oldies Spectacular
November 14: The Beach Boys
November 15: Adam Trent
November 16: Proctors 90th Anniversary Gala
November 17: Gobsmacked!
November 18: Ladies of Laughter
November 19: Gazillion Bubble Show
November 24-December 24: She Loves Me (at Capital Rep)
November 25: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
November 26: A Charlie Brown Christmas
November 30: Alsarah and The Nubatones

December 2017

December 2-3: Northeast Ballet's Annual The Nutcracker
December 2: Christine Pedi
December 5-10: Finding Neverland
December 21: Carol of The King
December 22: A Garfield Christmas
December 30: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
December 31: New Year's Eve Celebration With The Chronicles
43100: New Year's Eve Comedy at Capital Rep -- Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show

January 2018

January 5-7: Chicago The Musical
January 17: David Brooks
January 24: Just Call Me God: A Dictator's Final Speech
January 26-27: The Illusionists
January 26-February 18: Paris Time (at Capital Rep)
January 27: Donna McKechnie
January 27: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
January 30-February 4: The Bodyguard

February 2018

February 9: The Hollywood Special Effects Show
February 9: Ranky Tanky
February 11: Piano Battle with Empire State Youth Orchestra
February 16: The Birdland All-Stars featuring Tommy Igoe
February 17: Balletboyz
February 17: Bizarre Magic with Brian Brushwood
February 20-25: Les Misérables
February 24: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show

March 2018

March 1: Carefree--Dancin' with Fred and Ginger
March 2-3: Rain--Tribute To The Beatles
March 6-11: The Humans
March 10: Alice in Wonderland (at Capital Rep)
March 13: The Chieftains
March 16: Erth's Dinosaur Zoo Live!
March 17: Amazing Grace
March 24: Karen Mason
March 24: Capital Region Wine Festival
March 29: Swan Lake--Moscow Festival Ballet
March 31: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show

April 2018

April 6-29: Blithe Spirit (at Capital Rep)
April 6: Master Chef Jacques Pépin
April 12: Classic Albums Live--Pink Floyd The Wall
April 13: Africa Unplugged
April 13-14: Dirty Dancing--The Classic Story On Stage
April 20: Gospel Jubilee
April 27: Patti LuPone
April 28: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show

May/June 2018

May 1-6: The King and I
May 11: Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood
May 12: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show Show (at Capital Rep)
May 19: High School Musical Theatre Awards
May 26: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
May 30-June 3: On Your Feet!
June 30: Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show
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Earlier: 2017-2018 lineups for Proctors Broadway shows and Capital Rep

photo via Jacques Pepin Facebook

Comments

If these attractions are for the 2016-2017 season, as stated in the lede, we done missed 'em all. One can save a lot of money that way.

Editors: Fixed. Thank you.

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