The next title in the Cinema’s Capitol’s Decade of Different film series, counting down to its tenth anniversary in November, was the best-selling title of the Cinema’s first full year of operation, 2015, and the third best-selling film of all time. The 46ers is a locally produced feature length documentary that tells the story of “the 46ers”, a group of men and women who dedicate themselves to summiting all 46 high peaks in the Adirondack mountains.

July 11,12 & 13 • 7:30

Capitol Theatre

This year, SummerStage is presenting the musical, the zany, hysterical musical, Something Rotten. It’s all about Shakespeare’s time. It pokes fun at everything like a Spamalot.
Something Rotten takes place in 1595 London, England. The Bottom brothers, Nick and Nigel are trying to find success by writing plays, but are outshined by the rock-star playwright of the Renaissance, William Shakespeare. Desperate to find success Nick gets help from a soothsayer for the next big hit.

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Experience an unforgettable night of music with the iconic Richard Marx! 🎶
Don’t miss your chance to witness his timeless hits and captivating melodies live
in concert. Get your tickets now and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Richard Marx has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide, starting with his self-titled debut, featuring the Top 5 singles Hold on to the Nights and the Grammy-nominated Don’t Mean Nothing. He earned quadruple-Platinum distinction with the No. One songs Satisfied and Right Here Waiting. Suddenly I See.
Showtime 7:00PM
Doors 6:15PM
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