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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.
by Joshua Allen
Director: Cezar Williams
Trevor Latez Hayes
Set and lighting design: Alan C. Edwards
Costumes: Leslie Bernstein
Sound design: Caroline Eng
Prop design: Anna Kendall
Production Stage Manager: Jana Llynn
Assistant Stage Manager: Amanda Browne
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.
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.
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.
Hudson Stage programming is underwritten, in part, by funds from ArtsWestchester and the Westchester County Government, NY.
STAGED READING: EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
December 6th at 7:30PM
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
by Lucas Hnath
Directed by Margarett Perry
Scenery by David A. Arsenault
Lighting by Andrew Gmoser
Costumes by David Toser
Sound by Michael Costagliola
Stage Managed by Ann Barkin
Executive Producer Olivia Sklar
Bruce Apar/Broadway World Westchester:
“… the 90-minute play flew by in what seemed like half that time, a credit to director Margarett Perry and the very skillful cast.”
Linda Leavitt/The Scarsdale Inquirer and The Rye Record Review:
“Hudson Stage is a Westchester gem, proving that you don’t need to venture far from home or pay steep prices to see provocative professional theater.”
Friday June 21, 2019- 7:30pm
STAGED READING OF A NEW PLAY
Written by Brad McKnight Wilson
Directed by Addie Gorlin
A family-friendly love story, Hollow Bones explores the depth of connection between a teenage girl and a bird who can truly speak her language. A meditation on language, partnership and parrots.
This program is made possible in part, by ArtsWestchester with funds from Westchester County government.