Art in the Public Eye (APE), Adirondack Theatre Festival, and The Hyde Collection have announced Black Fly, a storytelling event set for Sunday, June 9th at 3 pm, at the Hyde Collection, 161 Warren Street, in Glens Falls.
Speakers will deliver stories inspired by a central theme, Calling All Fakes, a twist on the upcoming Adirondack Theatre Festival performance of Calling All Kates, a new theatrical production based on a true story of a man left at the altar who finds a stranger with the same name as his former fiancée to share the around-the-world honeymoon he planned.
Presenters will include Queensbury-based author Johannah Davies-Spero, Amanda Blanton, marketing and communications manager of Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce; Cathy DeDe, managing editor of The Chronicle; Doug Gruse, director of marketing at SUNY Adirondack; Andrew Meader, founder of 8 of Eight Strategies; George Normandin, founder and creative director of Normandin Marketing; Chad Rabinovitz, producing artistic director of Adirondack Theatre Festival; and Faith St. John, owner/operator of Infinity Graphics.
Admission to Black Fly at The Hyde is free, but donations are appreciated. RSVP by contacting Kayla at (518) 792-1761, ext. 310, or firstname.lastname@example.org.