April: AVIARY (reimagined)

  Jason Hackenwerth’s AVIARY, a massive 35’ tall latex balloon sculpture was commissioned for a one-night exhibition by Works & Process, a sculptural centerpiece for its 30th Anniversary Gala at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on April 2, 2014. Guests looked up from their tables into a giant birdcage of balloon tendrils, or viewed the […]

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May: Echoes of Ireland

To help launch the East Durham Irish Festival Bridge Street Theatre invited Brian C. Petti to present his Echoes of Ireland in the new SPEAKEASY. It was for one performance only, May 23, at 7:30 pm. A Family Saga Resonates Through Generations in Brian C. Petti’s Echoes of Ireland Directed by Brian Petti with Ron Morehead, […]

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June: An Afternoon with Patty Duke

A special, intimate visit with the amazing Patty Duke Sunday, June 8 at 3 pm This special, sold-out event featured Patty Duke in conversation with her friend from Catskill, Scarlett Smith. “I subscribe to the theory that says you’re a product of all your experiences,” Anna Marie Duke Pearce has said. And with a life […]

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June: OBSCURA, A MAGIC SHOW

On June 14 and 15, Bridge Street Theatre presented it’s first 2nd Saturday CATSKILL AFTERSTROLL “This interactive one-hour show resembles nothing I have seen in this town in recent memory. Come to think of it, I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like it.” – Bloody Underrated (Montreal) A captivating suspended animation of eerie alchemy […]

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July: Music Month at the Speakeasy

Folk and Jazz at the Speakeasy On Saturdays in July, 2014, Bridge Street Theatre presented three great acts, all very different, at the Bridge Street Theatre’s SPEAKEASY.  Jon B. Woodin on July 12 (for BST’s second Afterstroll), the Teri Roiger Trio, a hit at the Closing Night Party forAVIARY (reimagined) on July 19, and the […]

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August Cabaret

Lynn Kearney Using standards, country and pop songs, and inspired by a Revlon lipstick color, Fire and Ice is a musical exploration of heat and cold, affection and rejection, hate and love. It’s hot and it’s cool. Tom Judson Continuing his mission of re-introducing great songs which have been almost completely forgotten, Tom Judson’s Mostly From […]

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September Lights

Here were the Events Presented in Septermber, 2014 in the Speakeasy Sat, Sept 13 at 3:00 pm A film about Americans Living in Long-Term Recovery presented by the Greene County P.A.S. It On Committee Free and Open to the Public Sat, Sept 13 at 7:30 pm A Reading of Quiet Electricity A New Play by […]

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October Events

Saturday, October 25, 7-10 pm Nightmare on Bridge Street What a night! Bridge Street Theatre was transformed into a Haunted House! Students from Catskill High presented Nightmare on Bridge Street, an immersive theatrical experience. Dancing in the Speakeasy, Kid Zone in the Big Room with Storey Farm pumpkins. face painting by Lisa Wood and photos […]

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November and December 2014

Penned originally in 1594, Shakespeare’s poem The Rape of Lucrece recounts the legendary tale of the beautiful Lucretia and her brutal demise at the hands of Tarquin, who has been enflamed by reports of her incomparable chastity. This violent act sends ripples throughout the entire Roman Empire. Hodge’s adaptation challenges audiences to ponder not only Tarquin’s crime, but our society’s own views of women.

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