Thursday, October 6, 2016

Palace Theatre in Albany, N.Y.

Today, dear blog peeps,  let's take a trip to the  sumptuous Palace Theatre in Albany, N.Y.

It's a most appropriately named theatre and guests feel like they are really in an opulent palace where royalty resides!

The chandies there are glorious. 

Last weekend, we were blessed to see Il Divo at the Palace.

(By the way, the post on Il Divo came out in triplicate by error.  I almost flipped when  three posts came out on it. I have no idea how that happened but wanted to let you know it wasn't on purpose.)

The theatre is truly a splendorous place to see.

I love the exquisite details----painted figures on the ceilings; dreamy drapes and a legion of angel statues looking down on the audience.

Of course there is plenty of everything gold tone.

What a place!  What a night!  What a show!

(Can you tell we loved it?)

Hope you enjoy this little tour inside of Albany, New York's Palace Theatre.



Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

As you know, my youngest is in college in Albany. We didn't go inside, but my eldest boy and I had to hide under the awning outside the Palace Theater when rain started to come down this past summer.

diane.stetson said...

I've never been to the Palace Theater but would like to someday. I've been in many beautiful of my favorites is Segrestrom Hall in Costa Mesa...modern and very very beautiful. I've also been in old old theater places like the Vienna Opera House in Vienna, the gorgeous Budapest Theater in Hungary and La Scala in Italy. Going to shows is my very favorite activity in the world.

Linda O'Connell said...

That place is gorgeous and I know all those oink hues made you happy. We have the Fox Theater in our town which is something to gaze at.

Chatty Crone said...

Well when we lived in Chicago we had some beautiful theaters - there is history there too like at your home. Here in GA - did you know after the civil was - or during - everything in the city of Atlanta was burned down to the ground except two buildings. So every thing here is around two hundred years old or younger. We do have the fabulous Fox theater where Margaret Mitchell's movie GOne With The Wind - first played.

Merlesworld said...

That is a fancy theater ours are not so fancy but if you include The Sydney Opera House it's pretty fancy .

Barbara Neubeck said...

.. a gorgeous theatre Susan.... I would love to see it in person one day ... xxxx Barb xx

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