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Arts at the Palace Announces July Programming!

Arts at the Palace, Hamilton, has announced the line up for a Shakespeare-filled July, as the world celebrates his genius during the 400th anniversary year of his death. On Friday, July 8 at 7 p.m., The Redhouse from Syracuse continues its Shakespeare in the Park tradition with a free, 1 hour, outdoor, family-friendly production of the classic Rome... read more


AATP Summer Schedule Announced!

July 8:  Romeo & Juliet A summer night on the Green kicks off a month celebrating Shakespeare during the 400th anniversary of his death. ** July 11-22:  Summer Shakespeare and Contemporary Acting-Writing Lab Led by professional artists Alessandro Trinca and Laura Vivio, a 2-week intensive workshop ending with a public performance on July 23. ... read more


Save the Date for Shakespeare in the Park July 8!

Save the Date! Friday, July 8 at 7 pm, set outdoors in the summer twilight at the gazebo in the Village of Hamilton Green. As part of its NBT Bank Main Stage Series, Arts at the Palace presents a Shakespeare in the Park program with a free, outdoor family-friendly production of the classic Romeo & Juliet. Six actors from RedHouse in Syracuse, a... read more


NBT Bank Sponsors Arts at the Palace Main Stage Series

HAMILTON, NY–NBT Bank recently donated $7,500 to Arts at the Palace (AATP), a non-profit visual and performing arts organization in Hamilton. The funding is the first installment of the bank’s $15,000 commitment to sponsor AATP’s Main Stage Series that will feature a broad range of performances by professional actors and entertainers who ... read more


Chobani Sponsors Arts at the Palace Underground Series

HAMILTON, NY—Chobani will sponsor Arts at the Palace’s February through April “Jazz at Noon” program as part of its Underground Series which showcases regional jazz musicians playing in a unique and comfortable nightclub setting on the basement floor of the Palace Theater in Hamilton known as the Palace Underground.  The next performance i... read more