Virtual Staged Reading of chilling radio dramas from Suspense Theater: “A Week Ago Wednesday” and “The Man Who Knew How”. Presented by The Two Of Us Productions, the award winning theater company based in Columbia County NY, in collaboration with Friends Of The Copake Grange.
In “A Week Ago Wednesday” a married couple’s quarrel turns into something terrible when Maude Haskins returns home to make up with her husband and finds someone else is living in what she thought was her apartment!
In “The Man Who Knew How” two gentlemen meet on a commuter train. As they pass the time on the train in quiet discussion, it occurs to Mr. Pender that Mr. Smith knows far too much about how to commit a murder and get away with it!
WHEN: Saturday June 26th, 2021 at 7:30pm
WHERE: On-line via ZOOM, see both of these thrilling dramas in the comfort of your own home!
TICKETS: This performance is free to the public, donations are gratefully accepted. To R.S.V.P and get your access code please visit www.TheTwoOfUsProductions.org
The Two Of Us Productions is well known throughout the Hudson Valley for presenting quality theater, both musicals and dramas. Their recent productions of Sweeney Todd, Young Frankenstein, Deathtrap, Chicago, Les Miserables, next to normal, Mamma Mia! and Jesus Christ Superstar were all recognized by the Theatre Association of NYS with multiple awards, including outstanding work by the company & outstanding performance by the orchestra. Reviews of their recent virtual live-staged readings of three Arthur Miller scripts; All My Sons, Broken Glass, and an adaption of An Enemy Of The People will appear in upcoming editions of The Arthur Miller Journal.
These performances are supported with funds from Hudson River Bank & Trust Foundation, Stewart’s Shops, Bank of Greene County, Rheinstrom Hill Community Foundation, Greylock Federal Credit Union and The American Endowment Foundation. This project is also made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered in Columbia County by the Greene County Council on the Arts dba CREATE Council for Resources to Enrich the Arts, Technology & Education.