A Long Time Ago in a Dark Yard at Night

A LONG TIME AGO IN A DARK YARD AT NIGHT by Enid Graham - directed by Robert Sella

Staged Reading


Friday, February 25

7:30pm

Hudson Stage offers this next reading in a series of new plays

A Long Time Ago in a Dark Yard at Night

by Enid Graham – directed by Robert Sella

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

HSC Hotline for questions: 914-271-2811

$10 door donation, no reservations necessary

Q.& A. with the participating artists immediately following


Proof of vaccination and masks required


Sarah and Ruby, two young girls from a small Texas town, navigate life’s complications as they grow from girls to women. As their lives take very different paths, can their friendship survive?

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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What Keeps Us Going

WHAT KEEPS US GOING


Saturday, February 5

7:30pm

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

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

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

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

STAGED READING OF A NEW PLAY: HOLLOW BONES

Friday June 21, 2019- 7:30pm

STAGED READING OF A NEW PLAY

HOLLOW BONES

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.

  • Q&A immediately following with participating artists.
  • $10 general admission, no reservations necessary.
  • Whippoorwill Theatre, North Castle Public Library, Kent Place, Armonk, NY 10504
  • For more information: call the HSC Hotline 914-271-2811

 
This program is made possible in part, by ArtsWestchester with funds from Westchester County government.

STAGED READING OF A NEW PLAY: TAR BEACH

FRIDAY, MAY 31st at 7:30pm

STAGED READING OF A NEW PLAY

TAR BEACH

Written by Tammy Ryan

Directed by Ellie Heyman.

It is July 1977. Son of Sam is on the loose and New York City is in the midst of a brutal heat wave. Sixteen year-old Mary Claire and her best friend Mary Francis start that day sunning themselves on the roof of an Ozone Park row house. Younger sister Reenie is searching for her lost Greek Mythology class project, while their parents are consumed by the battles of their troubled marriage. An overstressed electrical grid leads to a citywide blackout and a sudden loss of innocence.

  • Q&A immediately following with participating artists.
  • $10 general admission, no reservations necessary.
  • Whippoorwill Theatre, North Castle Public Library, Kent Place, Armonk, NY 10504
  • For more information: call the HSC Hotline 914-271-2811

 
This program is made possible in part, by ArtsWestchester with funds from Westchester County government.

YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS FESTIVAL: FROM PAGE TO STAGE

Thursday March 14, 2019 – 7:30pm

Featuring the talents of Briarcliff High School students and their original one-act plays.  Directed by Jamie Mandel and Ian Driver.

No reservations necessary. $10.00 donation at door.

Whippoorwill Theatre-North Castle Public Library

Kent Place, Armonk, NY