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>Thank you to John Vella of Utica Sign and Graphics, for the awesome new gold Stanley logos on our main entry doors! They are a beautiful addition to our theater doors as we prepare for the 90th Anniversary Gala coming up Friday, October 26th at 6pm.
>Senator Kirsten Gillibrand visted The Stanley Theater on Sept. 10th, 2018 (the theater's 90th anniversary). Gillbrand held a press conference to announce funding for the Department of Interior's Historic Preservation Fund. The Senate Interior Appropraitions Bills recieved $88.91 million towards the budget.
>On Friday August 24th, tickets to see Bob Dylan and His Band went on sale for the public. Visiting the Stanley staff to purchase a ticket was Bob Dylan's youngest fan, Maya.
>Legendary Rockstar, Bob Dylan, is coming to The Stanley Theater in Utica on Thursday November 15th at 8:00 p.m. In a career spanning more than five decades, Bob Dylan's impact on popular music and culture is immeasurable.
>We are so happy you came out to "Swing with The Stanley" this Sunday. And we cannot thank you enough for all the success we had! Sunday was a beautiful day at the Hidden Valley Golf Course in Whitesboro where we had several teams compete for the title of winner!...
>The Stanley Theater is excited to announce our annual Summer Golf Outing! We will host a fun day of golf, including lunch and dinner on Sunday, August 12th at Hidden Valley Golf Club in Whitesboro.
>A grant from the Utica National Group Foundation will help The Stanley develop a mobile community, enabling the organization to communicate news, events, and accept donations through mobile devices.
>May 14, 2012, Utica, NY— The Stanley Theater and the Utica Symphony will host the Grammy Award-winning Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and its esteemed conductor JOANN FALLETTA for a special performance on Thursday, July 26 at 7:00 pm.
>May 10, 2012, Utica, NY— The Stanley Theater announced today the departure of its Executive Director, Joel McKissick, at the end of this month. While Mr. McKissick was only at The Stanley for fourteen months, the impact of his tenure will be lasting.