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UNDERNEATH – Oct. 23, 24 at 7:30

Thursday/Friday, Oct. 23, 24 at 7:30 pm – suggested donation $8

Buying on-line – we close sales for day-of tickets at noon – there are tickets available, please call:

518-435503 or e-mail at info@steamer10theatre.org

Underneath, an original multi-media performance, gives a rare glimpse into the dynamic inner worlds of teenage girls.  The piece, based on the stories of local teenage girls, explores a range of topics; body image issues, self-acceptance, sexuality, gender, feminism, love, rape, empowerment and much more. Underneath weaves theatre, film and photography together immersing the audience in imagery and stories that often go untold.

Concept by Noelle Gentile 
Directed by Noelle Gentile, Allison Lerman-Gluck and Darian Henry.  
Film and Media Direction by Darian Henry. 
Scripted by Amelia Whalen, Noelle Gentile, and Allison Lerman-Gluck. 
 Edited by Jennifer Bartels.
Projection Artist JD Falotico
PR. Victoria Kereszi. 
Contributing writers: Ejaniia Clayton, Imani Peterkin, Rozara Sanders, Anna Demph, Kathleen Keane, Samarri Thomas, Brianna Carter, Sara Popp, Daveisha Richards, Vaughn O’Conner, Darian Henry, Tyaela Nieves, Allison Lerman Gluck, La’Asia Evans, Maya Suchak and Wisdom Johnson

 Fiscal Sponsor: Albany Social Justice Center – Funded by the Troy Arts Grant – NYSCA

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Stephen Clair & Bryan Thomas – Nov. 15 at 8:pm

If you spent any time at all in the 90s songwriter scene in Albany NY, then you know the names of Stephen Clair and Bryan Thomas.
Clair eventually lit out from downtown for the hills of Provence; the crime of Oakland; and the badlands of Brooklyn (ere it was cool); before landing in Beacon NY, just around the bend from Pete Seeger.
Thomas, like Clair, became a family man along the way, but never lost sight of his peculiar vision, blurring funk, rock, theatre and smarts into an ingenious, entirely unique whole.
On Saturday, Nov. 15, at 8 p.m. the two men join forces for a very special night of music at the Steamer No. 10 Theatre, and no one has to drive to New York City (where the two frequently bumped into each other at one West Village club or another) to see it happen.
Tickets for the 8 p.m. Friday, November 15 performance are $13 in advance; $15 at the door and are available by phone at 518.438.5503, online at www.steamer10theatre.org; and at the box office, 500 Western Avenue, Albany.
Clair, who Performing Songwriter Magazine calls, “the kind of citified troubadour that the roots songwriting world needs these days,” will perform with his band, The Millionaires. His latest album, Love Makes Us Weird, is a fury of brilliant songs and hot guitar playing. It’s the latest in a long line of releases that found the strummer the darling of everyone from hip NYC radio stations to the hill town haunts of Austin, TX.
Clair has become a major force on the Beacon music scene, not only as a musician, but as a promoter and the founder of the burgeoning Beacon Music Factory.
The Millionaires includes Todd Giudice on drums and Christopher Peifer on bass.
Thomas will perform solo to beat the band. Literally. It’s an understatement to call Thomas (who has been secretly brewing up a batch of new songs to follow his highly-praised Smash to Pieces e.p.) a one-man music machine.
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Asili & Vaccaro – Nov. 21 at 8:pm

Asili & Vaccaro will return to The Steamer No.10 Theatre to perform original music and Latin American and Spanish folkloric covers. They will be sharing the stage with New Orleans based cellist and vocalist Monica McIntyre who will perform a fusion of Blues, Soul, Classical, Jazz, Reggae and Middle Eastern sounds.

Fri. Nov. 21st, 2014, 8pm
The Steamer 10 Theater
500 Western Ave., Albany, NY
More info: http://www.steamer10theatre.org/

We are also excited to be joining with New Orleans bassed cellist and vocalist, Monica McIntyre, this November for a series of performances. Monica seamlessly blends Blues, Soul, Classical, Jazz, Reggae and Middle Eastern sounds with the unique cello techniques of slapping, plucking and strumming, into an unforgettable musical landscape. We have be sharing performances with Monica McIntyre for over 10 years, beginning when Taina and Monica were both based in Philadelphia. This August, we had the honor to have Monica join us for a joint performance at our Philadelphia album release with Taina Asili y la Banda Rebelde. In November, Monica will be joining us for a series of performances, beginning on Nov. 21st at The Steamer 10 Theater.

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GAYLE LIVE – Nov. 22 at 8:pm

GAYLE LIVE will be coming to the Steamer No.10 Theatre for one performance only on Saturday, November 22 at 8:pm. The hit web series GAYLE is returning to our stage. Gayle Waters-Waters discovers BBQ Chicken Pizza and her whole existence is thrown into a tailspin. Featuring the stars of the hit web series: Gayle, Terry Gross Waters-Waters, Bonnie, and a special guest appearance by Rick Gausmann. GAYLE has been called “One of the best things on the internet” by the Huffington Post, “Insanity” by the Boston Globe, and “Deranged” by the New Yorker.

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