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Another Madison Theatre Update

From: Angelo Fraboni – Artistic Director Madison Theatre Molloy College Date: March 16, 2020 Subject: Coronavirus (COVID-19) As you know, the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is a major concern for all. The health and well-being of Molloy College students, employees, and the Madison Theatre Patrons are our primary concern. Therefore, three weeks ago, we formed… Continue Reading »

A Madison Theatre Update

Unfortunately, given the Governor’s prohibition of gatherings in venues of 500 seats or more, all internal and external events in the Madison Theatre are hereby cancelled. This policy will continue until at least April 12. This includes, Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure: Dinosaurs of the Deep, The Russian National Ballet presents: Swan Lake, I Love a… Continue Reading »

Out of This World

“The Planets” (Op. 32) was composed by British composer Gustav Holst between 1914-1916. The seven movement suite represents each planet of the solar system. The Massapequa Philharmonic led by Maestro David Bernard will be performing this suite on February 16 at the Madison Theatre. We will also be having Dr. Jackie Faherty, scientist and astrophysicist… Continue Reading »

A Night of Russian Classics

Greetings Madison Theatre fans! On Sunday February 8, we will be hosting a night of Russian Classics. Along with the South Shore Symphony, we will also be having guest conductor David LaMarche, violinist Robin Zeh, and harpist Barbara Allen. The program includes Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony, selections from Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty Suite (Op. 66) and selections… Continue Reading »

Madison Theatre presents Shakespeare’s “The Tempest!”

Hello Friends and Supporters of the Madison Theatre! We are excited to announce that “The Tempest” by Shakespeare is coming to our theatre! We will be hosting the Actors from the London Stage (AFTLS). They are one of the oldest touring Shakespeare theatre groups in the world, and are renowned for their theatre shows! We… Continue Reading »