BLITHE SPIRIT – JULY 11-28

Are we ready to laugh?

July 11-28 Thur.-Sat. @ 7:30pm, Sun. Mat. @ 2pm Extra Mat. July 27 @ 2pm

A smash comedy hit on the London and Broadway stages this riotous fiasco comes to a climax when a séance takes place in the home of the sophisticated novelist, Charles Condomine and his wife Ruth. Charles has invited the self-proclaimed medium, Madame Arcati, to conduct the séance and Arcati has somehow managed to materialize Charles’s first wife Elvira, dead seven years. Elvira refuses to leave.
 
 “A laugh machine, sheathed in the satiny sophistication
Ben Brantley, New York Times
 
Leigh Strimbeck Voice Theatre All My Sons, Joris Stuyck Voice Theatre Hay Fever, Megan Bones Voice Theatre The Skin of Our Teeth, Molly O’Brien Hamlet Hudson Warehouse, Caitlin Connelly Phoenicia Playhouse Mama Mia, Angela B. Potrikus Terms of Endearment Curtain Call Theater, John Remington Delikatessen The Center for the Performing Arts at Rhinebeck.
 

Online Tickets: Voice Theatre’s BLITHE SPIRIT

Phone reservations: 1.800.838.3006

$28 General, Student & Seniors $20

More info: 845.679.0154

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Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward Laugh with us

Online Reservations: Voice Theatre’s BLITHE SPIRIT

Phone Reservations: 1.800.838.3006

Leigh Strimbeck Voice Theatre All My Sons, Joris Stuyck Voice Theatre
Hay Fever, Megan Bones Voice Theatre The Skin of Our Teeth,
Molly O’Brien Hamlet Hudson Warehouse, Caitlin Connelly Phoenicia
Playhouse Mama Mia, Angela B. Potrikus Terms of Endearment Curtain
Call Theater, John Remington Delikatessen The Center for the Performing Arts at Rhinebeck.

A smash comedy hit on the London and Broadway stages this riotous fiasco comes to a climax when a séance takes place in the home of the sophisticated novelist, Charles Condomine and his wife Ruth. Charles has invited the self-proclaimed medium, Madame Arcati, to conduct the séance and Arcati has somehow managed to materialize Charles’s first wife Elvira, dead seven years. Elvira refuses to leave.

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MaryLou Logginberry Spaces Out

MaryLou Logginberry Spaces Out

An evening of stories, satire & lots more…
By Cynthia Adler and friends

May 8th @ 7:30pm Tickets: $12 Reservations: 845 679 0154

Cynthia Adler
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Spring Reading Series

Cynthia Adler

6th Annual Spring Reading Series

First Wednesday Reading: MAY 8th @ 7:30pm

The Colony, 22 Rock City Rd., Woodstock, NY

Tickets: $12. Reservations: 845 679 0154

MaryLou Logginberry Spaces Out

An evening of stories, satire & lots more…
Cynthia Adler and friends

“An evening with Cynthia Adler? I’d like to spend the whole night” — Robert Altman, director

Satirical, witty and surprising. Stories about women who have started out in one place, and ended up in another.

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Thoughts from Robert Edmond Jones

The theatre is a school. We shall never have done with studying and learning. In the theatre, as in life, we try first to free ourselves, as far as we can, from our own limitations.  Then we begin to practice this noble and magical art. Then we begin to dream..

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Hear the NPR Radio interview

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 

Hear us on WAMC National Public Radio 

 

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Play Reading Thursday May 11th at 7pm New World Home Cooking, Saugerties, NY

LUNGS by Duncan Macmillan. Direction: Christine Crawfis “Duncan Macmillan’s distinctive, off-kilter love story is brutally honest, funny, edgy and current. It gives voice to a generation for whom uncertainty is a way of life through two flawed, but deeply human people who you don’t always like but start to feel you might love.” —The Guardian, London
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