The Skin of Our Teeth opened last night to a packed house… Tickets: https://voicetheatre.org/the-skin-of-our-teeth/
or call the box office 845 679 0154. Thursday-Saturday @ 7:30pm and Sunday Matinees @ 2pm – July 6-23. Byrdcliffe Theater, Woodstock, NY
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VT’s anti-bullying workshops focusing on original monologues of student definitions of “home”, “the other” and the “refugee” are being presented today at 11:51am-12:34pm in the library of Saugerties High School, 132 Washington Avenue, Saugerties, NY.
The reason that I made the decision to leave my country and my dear family is because here in this country there are many opportunities to be a successful person. I came to this country to find a better life, everyone wants a better life, a calm life, without fear, without apprehension. In my country there are many young boys who are killed because they are in gangs. These are some of the reasons why Hispanic people immigrate to this country to get away from problems that might cause them to die. And those of us who are here do not want to do anything bad, we are here to look for a better life.
We are casting The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder. Auditions for Equity and non-Equity actors. Seeking 9 male and 9 female actors, all types, ages and ethnicities. Actors will be reading from the script. If you play an instrument and/or sing that’s a plus. We are also looking for volunteer production assistants. Auditions are being held by appointment on Saturday, March 11th and Sunday March 19th at the Woodstock Reformed Church, 16 Tinker Street, on the Village Green, enter through the back door, parking is in the rear.
Rehearsals begin May 23rd, production opens at the Byrdcliffe Theater July 6th – 23rd 2017. Day, evening and weekend rehearsals. Performances: Thur. – Sat. at 7:30pm, Sun. matinees; 2pm. To set-up an audition email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our hearts go out to the performers and their families of the Ghost Ship fire in Oakland, California who were forced to work and perform in unsafe conditions. No one should be creating, working and living in unsafe conditions . Greed in real estate has once again trumped respect and safety for these artists and their audiences. Live performances are where we connect as individuals, families and communities; it defines who we are and artists must be respected and cherished.