The Blissful summer of Hay Fever, Voice Theatre’s first site-specific production in Woodstock. Joris Stuyck and Audrey Rapoport about to kiss..
The Adult Acting Class has three spaces left, anyone interested?
Class starts Monday night 6-9pm October 3rd and will culminate with exciting performances: a Monologue Improv Slam at the renovated Colony and Belonging and Bullying a project based on the writing of refugee children exploring their definition of “home”. More info: http://voicetheatre.org/education-and-classes/acting-classes-teens-and-adults/ or email: email@example.com — it’s going to be exciting fun and important.
4th Annual Spring Reading Series
Thursday Evenings: May 4th, May 11th and May 18th – 2017
Plays TBA – stay tuned!
Exclusively hosted by New World Home Cooking
1411 Rt. 212, Saugerties, NY 12477
Bar opens at 6:00pm – Readings begin 7pm
WAMC Roundtable July 6, 2016 – Shauna and Christa[/caption]Shauna and Christa were on the WAMC Roundtable this morning – a nice interview talking about Voice Theatre’s history and the upcoming Summer Youth Workshops. Check out the audio on the WAMC website.
Our first reading of the 2016 season was a well-attended staging of Will Eno’s 2014 comedy, “The Realistic Joneses”, last week at New World.
This week on Thursday, April 7, also at New World we continue our Spring Reading Series with Amy Herzog’s 2013 Pulitzer Finalist, “4000 Miles”, directed by Peter Studlo. Come check it out – readings are a great way to meet local actors and hear innovative pieces being read, while chilling out with a drink or a few nibbles. Head over to Marc Maron’s interview with Patrick Stewart to hear him talk about the fundamental power of breathing the same air as the actors on stage, then come join us for this powerful and moving reading.
Our anti-bullying workshops across the Hudson Valley high school systems have been going really well, but it’s hard work for the participants and they wouldn’t get through without some fuel. We’d like to send around a huge thank you to all the local supporting restaurants and businesses – and the generous owners of those restaurants and businesses – who have supported our efforts by providing lunches for the students. Our friends at Oriole 9, Woodstock Meats, the Landau Grill, Garden Cafe and Joshua’s Cafe, all in Woodstock, have been instrumental in helping us keep our sessions happy, fed and focused. None of this would happen without you. We really appreciate your support and your contribution to the anti-bullying program.
Our efforts with local students will continue over the coming months with our Summer Youth Workshops at the Byrdcliffe Theater. The summer workshops are filling fast, so sign up soon!