Eric Pfeffinger’s Hilarious “Fourteen Funerals” Comes to Bridge Street Theatre

Strange things can happen when you go home again to a place you never really knew. Audiences will discover that for themselves when Eric Pfeffinger’s surprisingly side-splitting “Fourteen Funerals” hits Catskill’s Bridge Street Theatre for eight performances only, June 2-12. After a mysterious phone call draws bi-racial Chicago girl Sienna…

Bridge Street Theatre Announces Their 2022 Season

Bridge Street Theatre, one of the most adventurous and exciting small theater companies in the Hudson Valley region, is delighted to announce its upcoming 2022 Mainstage Season – five full evenings (or afternoons if you choose to attend matinee performances) of thrilling, provocative, andinnovative work that celebrate survival during these…

REVIEW: “Lewiston” at Bridge Street Theatre

by Barbara Waldinger One of the most emotionally affecting scenes of the recent theatrical season can be found on the stage of the Bridge Street Theatre in Catskill, New York.  In Lewiston, actors Leigh Strimbeck and Daniel Hall Kuhn bring such heartbreaking depth to Samuel D. Hunter’s complex characters that…

Bridge Street Theatre Presents “Lewiston”

Bridge Street Theatre presentsLEWISTONby MacArthur ‘Genius Grant’ Award Winner Samuel D. Hunterwith Montana Lampert Hoover, Daniel Hall Kuhn, and Leigh StrimbeckDirected by Sara Lampert HooverSet Design by John SowleLighting Design by Nicholas HawrylkoCostumes by Michelle RogersSound Design by Carmen BorgiaProduction Stage Manager: Liz PowersThursdays thru Sundays, October 7 – 17, 2021Bridge…

Bridge Street Theatre Announces 2020 Season

Bridge Street Theatre 2020 American Roots Plays that reflect the American Experience in the Deep South, the Rockies,  the Great Plains, the Northeast, and who knows how many places in between. A Season Pass for 2020 is still only $100 and includes all five 2020 shows plus discounts to most…

REVIEW: “Better” at Bridge Street Theatre

by DL Simmons The set-up is inspired (literally): In 2010, a respected Alabama biology professor shot and killed three of her colleagues in cold blood. Defeated after a long and humiliating tenure review, the wife and mother of four opened fire in a faculty meeting with a gun her family…

REVIEW: “Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune” at Bridge Street Theatre

by Macey Levin Terrence McNally is one of America’s foremost yet underrated playwrights.  The Tony Award winning author of Love! Valour! Compassion! and Master Class as well as The Lisbon Traviata; Lips Together, Teeth Apart; Ragtime and many others has a penchant for realistic dialogue that makes an audience feel…

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