Bridge Street Theatre Announces Auditions for 2023 Season

Bridge Street Theatre will be holding auditions for its 2023 Season onSunday afternoon February 12 andMonday evening February 13. For auditions actors should prepare a brief monologue (under three minutes) from a contemporary play. Compensation for Equity actors is under a Special Appearance contract, currently $300/week, and for non-Equity actors…

Bridge Street Theatre Announces 2023 Season: A Holiday for Misfits

Bridge Street Theatre announces 2023 Season: A Holiday for Misfits. I think for some uncertain reason,mercy will be shown this seasonto the lovely and misfit …Tennessee Williams March 10 – April 2 SoloFest. A Month of Solo Performances March 10 – 12 THE VILLAGE CIDIOT by Lauren Lettelier Everyone from generations-long locals…

Catskill’s Bridge Street Theatre Celebrates Survival in 2022

“It is a unique flame that burns in Catskill, New York.”  J. Peter Bergman, Berkshire Edge In its first full season since the onset of the pandemic, one of the region’s most adventurous and innovative small theatre companies came roaring back! Catskill’s Bridge Street Theatre got through all of 2022…

REVIEW: “The Lion in Winter” at Bridge Street Theatre

by Barbara Waldinger The Lion in Winter, James Goldman’s 1966 Broadway play, contains a unique mix of historical and contemporary elements.  Though the year is 1183 and the place is Henry II’s castle in Chinon, France, it’s the story of a dysfunctional family, squabbling over which of his three sons…

“The Lion in Winter” Comes to Catskill’s Bridge Street Theatre

“Well, what family doesn’t have its ups and downs?” Merry Christmas, 1183! King Henry II has just released his estranged wife Eleanor from prison so that the entire back-stabbing royal family can spend the holiday together. He’s getting on in years and a succession plan needs to be mapped out.…

REVIEW: “Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes” at Bridge Street Theatre

by Barbara Waldinger  In describing Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes, director Margo Whitcomb refers to “the common and overused device of an older celebrity professor and a young female student.” What makes this play unique is that Canadian playwright Hannah Moscovitch has written it from the male point of…

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