Our Company

The award-winning Confetti Stage was incorporated in 2004 and produced its inaugural production, ‘night, Mother, by Marsha Norman in January 2005. Since then, the company has successfully brought to the stage over 40 productions. Confetti Stage has performed in several Capital Region communities and as far away as Carmel, IN. Confetti Stage prides itself on bringing quality performances to its community and allowing artists to expand their talents while collaborating to bring about a final product. Confetti Stage offers a full season of quality community theatre every year, as well as the area’s only 100% local Short Play Festival. Confetti Stage is a proud member of the American Association of Community Theatre and the Theatre Association of New York State.

Our Mission

Confetti Stage was founded to explore the human experience, while illuminating the myriad diversities which define us as groups and individuals. Confetti Stage promotes diversity and understanding through the creation of dynamic and inspirational productions and educational opportunities. We strive to maintain the highest possible level of artistic standards while fostering collaboration and mutual respect.

Meet the Board Members

Stephen Henel, President of Confetti Stage

John Nickles, Vice President of Confetti Stage

Sean T. Baldwin, Secretary for Confetti Stage

Lucy Breyer, Treasurer for Confetti Stage

Laura Darling, Member at large

Cory Haines, Member at large

Joe Plock: Member at Large

Joe Plock is a Confetti Board Member at large. He has been involved with Confetti Stage since 2016 and has been a part of several productions both on and off stage. Some of his favorite credits are playing Voltaire in Emile, playing Brom Bones in Tales from Sleepy Hollow, writing A Good Argument Could Be Made, and directing The Lovebird in ConfettiFest 14 and Much Ado About Nothing.

Marissa Reimer, member at large, joined the board in Feb 2019 and currently serves on the financial committee. While performing in her first Confetti play, Private Fears in Public Places, she saw how hardworking, thoughtful, and welcoming the Confetti family was and is honored to be giving back to the theater and local community with a group of people who allow and encourage theater to bring forth our unique human experiences.