Mark your calendars for “Camping”!
Theater Voices presents
Camping with Henry and Tom
By Mark St. Germain
Directed by Patricia Bunce
Friday, May 20 at 8 p.m.
Saturday, May 21 at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Sunday, May 22 at 3 p.m.
On stage at Steamer No. 10 Theatre
500 Western Ave., Albany
As always, admission is free!
The story: With folksy charm and old-fashioned humor, this easygoing political satire depicts an ill-fated 1921 camping trip taken by automaker Henry Ford, inventor Thomas Edison and President Warren Harding. Drawing upon documented quotes and biographies to paint a portrait of the celebrated trio, playwright Mark St. Germain blends fact and fiction in order to explore the human side of these famous men, whose private personas often differed from their exemplary reputations. Winner of the 1995 Off-Broadway Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding New Play.
The cast: In addition to Patricia Bunce as director and John Quinan as stage manager, our talented players include David Bunce as Henry Ford, Howie Schaffer as President Warren Harding, Joe Quandt as Thomas Edison and David Carta as Col. Starling.
And don’t forget to Wine & Dine!
Theater Voices is proud to be a Spotlight Beneficiary of the
12th Anniversary Albany Chefs’ Food & Wine Festival Grand Gala
Friday, April 29, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.
The 2022 Albany Chefs’ Food and Wine Grand Gala is almost here! Celebrity Chefs, a world class menu, dynamic arts exhibitions and performances! Live at the Albany Capital Center on Friday, April 29 and presented by Fenimore Asset Management and Empire Merchants North. Click below to join the party!
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This program is made possible in part by a FairGame Arts Grant
Theater Voices is a not-for-profit organization under IRS 501(c)(3).Theater Voices is a company of actors and directors that presents new and classic works with the goal of emphasizing the richness of the playwright’s language. The company’s productions are presented as fully-staged, script-in-hand readings with minimal use of scenery and costumes. The simplicity of this format has allowed the company to bring professional theater to Capital Region audiences free of charge for over three decades.