What Keeps Us Going

What Keeps Us Going - staged reading at Hudson Stage Company

WHAT KEEPS US GOING


SAVE THE DATE! 

Hudson Stage offers its first staged reading in a series of new plays on

Saturday, January 29th, 2022 at 7:30pm

by Barbara Dana, directed by Austin Pendleton

Featuring actors Anthony Arkin, Blythe Danner, Amelia Campbell and Lee Wilkof

Whippoorwill Hall Theatre, North Castle Public Library, Kent Place, Armonk, NY

www.hudsonstage.com or  HSC Hotline for questions: 914-271-2811

$10 door donation, no reservations necessary


Proof of vaccination and masks required


A well-known veteran actress can’t remember her lines. A middle-aged woman who sacrificed her creative life to secure her marriage is left by her husband. When the women meet to collaborate on a precarious project an unexpected friendship is born.

Made possible by a grant from ArtsWestchester with funds from the Westchester County Government, George Latimer, County Executive

Actors appear courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

Denise Bessette and Olivia Sklar, Producers

 


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THE PARROT TRAP

The YOUTUBE LINK below is available that evening for the event and for 4 subsequent days only! Bonus Q. & A. with participating artists immediately follows the performance . Also streaming on Twitter and Facebook.
youtu.be/6RaGOwRX5B8

The Parrot Trap at Hudson Stage

FROM PAGE TO STAGE

Postponed until later date

FROM PAGE TO STAGE. The annual Young Playwrights featuring Briarcliff High School Students performing their original one-acts. One of our season’s highlights celebrating the boldest and brightest talents!

$10 suggested door donation. Directed by Jamie Mandel and Ian Driver.

 


THE OCTOBER STORM

The October Storm at Hudson Stage Company spring 2020

World Premiere

October 8th – October 23rd, 2021

by Joshua Allen

 

Director: Cezar Williams

Cast:

Patricia R. Floyd
Yvette Ganier
Trevor Latez Hayes
Philipe D. Preston
Courtney Thomas

Production Stage Manager: Ann Barkin
Set Design: Alan C. Edwards
Costumes: Leslie Bernstein
Lighting Designer: Paul Vaillancourt
Sound Design: Kimberly S. O’Loughlin

Assistant Stage Manager: Anthony Rigaglia

In 1960’s Southside Chicago, a troubled war veteran moves into an apartment building and the residents become caught in an emotional whirlwind that threatens to change their lives forever. In the center of the conflict are the building’s landlady, Mrs. Elkins and her 16-year-old granddaughter, Gloria.

Dates:

The production ran from October 8 through October 23, 2021

Location:

Whippoorwill Theatre, North Castle Public Library, Kent Place, Armonk, NY 10504

Click here to see photos of the production…


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Joshua Allen’s DISTANCE – Fundraiser Event

Distance by Joshua Allen

The live event was held Saturday, July 25, 2020.

HUDSON STAGE zoom performance of a very short one-act by JOSHUA ALLEN (TV’s EMPIRE, upcoming NETFLIX: FROM SCRATCH and HBO’s In Treatment) addressing this moment in time. Lauren logs into Zoom, expecting a long-overdue catch-up with old friends from college. What she doesn’t expect is to confront a complicated, and possibly unresolved, relationship from her past.

D I S T A N C E

Writer Joshua Allen
Directed by Cezar Williams
Production Stage Manager: Helen Irene Muller
Cast: Betty Gabriel and Chris Messina
Introduction by: LaChanze (Founding Member of Black Theatre United)

Joshua Allen is the writer of THE OCTOBER STORM, slated for a world premiere with HSC this past spring but now postponed to our 2021 season.


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Hudson Stage programming is underwritten, in part, by funds from ArtsWestchester and the Westchester County Government, NY.

Staged reading: EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH

STAGED READING: EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH

December 6th at 7:30PM

EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH

by Brian Dykstra

Directed by Margarett Perry

Featuring actors Vince Gatton, Tracey Conyer Lee, Larry Powell and Lori Prince.

What starts out like a Who’s on First sketch about an out-of-service staircase turns into a sly commentary on office politics, glass ceilings, income inequality and racism in Corporate America. Be a part of the process: A  Q&A with all participating artists will immediately follow the performance.

“Brian Dykstra is a master of language!”
– Huffington Post

$10 general admission, no reservations necessary. FREE parking.

Whippoorwill Theatre, North Castle Public Library, Kent Place, Armonk, NY