Unforeseen circumstances have caused a change in one of the original one-person shows to be presented as part of Bridge Street Theatre’s “SoloFest” – a four weekend mini-Festival being presented from March 10 – April 2 on BST?s “Priscilla” Mainstage. You?ll find something for everyone in THIS eclectic, innovative, and entertaining line-up:

March 10 – 12:  THE VILLAGE CIDIOT written and performed by Lauren Letellier; Directed by Martha Wollner, Artwork by Michael Thomas Holmes

Everyone from long-time Hudson Valley locals to recent COVID-era transplants will find something to relate to in this fish-out-of-water story about a woman from NYC attempting to cope with re-locating upstate.

March 17 – 19:  MOTHER (and me), written and performed by Melinda Buckley, Directed by Kimberly Senior

The story of a larger than life Hungarian Mama Rose who?s slowly waltzing into dementia, as her Broadway baby, Melinda shimmies into middle age. An outrageous one woman show about stepping up and into your own light.

March 24 – 26:  SPINNING MY WHEELS written and performed by Michael Garfield Levine; Directed by Caitlin Langstaff; Photo: Roy Gumpel

This roller coaster of a ride takes us from the streets and theaters of New York to the hills of Vermont, into the depths of Michael?s psyche as he battles mental illness and addiction, and back up to sanity whilst encountering a host of unsavory and masterful characters.

March 31 – April 2  ALONE: STORIES FROM EDGAR ALLAN POE created and performed by Daniel Hall Kuhn

The horror, the horror! Poems and tales from America’s master of the macabre come thrillingly to life in this one-man show created and performed by an actor BST audiences will recognize from “Lewiston” and “Shelley’s Shadow.”

Tickets for individual shows in ?SoloFest? are priced at $25, but you can purchase a Festival Pass for admission to all four plays for only $75 – that’s four shows for the price of three! Subscribers to Bridge Street Theatre?s 2023 Mainstage Season will receive an even further discount, with individual tickets going for $20 and a Festival Pass for $60. And Students ages 18 and under will be admitted for only $10 per show. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the theatre?s website at bridgest.org/2023-solofest/ and follow the appropriate links to buy BST Season Tickets, the four-show SoloFest Pass, or tickets for individual shows in the Festival.

Hilarious, touching, gripping, dramatic, terrifying – Bridge Street Theatre’s “SoloFest” promises four amazing evenings (or afternoons) of story-telling at its best! Head on over to 44 West Bridge Street in Catskill this March and discover just how enthralling one person alone onstage can be!

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