The Lake George Theater Lab offers writers and actors a place where they can have the freedom to develop new plays, musicals and screenplays.
The Lake George Theater Lab offers artists a retreat on the shores of Lake George where they can live and work on brand new plays, musicals and screenplays.
Each year, these creative writers and actors will perform new works to appreciative audiences throughout the region. Those in attendance sometimes have the opportunity to provide important feedback that can help shape the work as it moves through the development process.
Past summers have seen a wide variety of performances. The 2016 season featured a reading of Miriam Weisfeld's "Immortals", a new play about the night Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein, and Broadway on the Lake, an exclusive afternoon with Broadway veterans, where the audience not only got to hear songs they are famous for and songs they longed to sing, but also hear answers to questions about what it is really like behind the red curtain on the great white way.
Find out more about the Lake George Theater Lab and how you can support the Lab's efforts by visiting their website.