Thanks to the Hudson Valley Foundation for Youth Health for their Support. We look forward to realizing the Home Project with them and students in Ulster County.
If you are close to BAM try and see Peter Brook’s production Battlefield last show today. Might be the last chance to see one of the most brilliant directors of our time. Truth, beauty and deeply human isn’t it why we go for 1,000 of years to this place called theatre. From October 10th-18th his films are being screened and as some of you know our most wonderful Robert Lloyd is in 4 of them.
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”.
— It’s going to be exciting fun and important!
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 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!
Voice Theatre’s 2016 season is warming up. Session 1 of our Summer Youth Workshops at Woodstock’s Byrdliffe Theater is already half full, but Early Bird discounts are available until May 1st. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn or hone your acting chops – the workshops are run by the Voice Theatre team of professional actors, directors and company members carefully selected by Voice Theatre.
Tickets are available for the Spring Reading Series by calling 845-679-0154. The readings are held on Thursday evenings at 7:00pm, beginning March 31st, at New World Home Cooking. The first reading is a presentation of Will Eno’s “The Realistic Joneses”, directed by Sean Marrinan. A staged reading has all the drama of a play, at a greatly reduced price, in New World’s casual and friendly atmosphere.