Frankie & Johnny in the Clair de Lune

We open our 2018 Season with a contemporary American classic, probably the greatest romantic comedy of the latter half of the 20th Century. What starts as a one-night-stand between a waitress and a short-order cook turns into a tug-of-war between a guy who sees endless love and adventure ahead and a gal who’s been burned before and is terrified of being hurt again. Share it with someone you love!

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Natural/Not Natural

Rebecca Singer’s theatrical foray into the worlds of nature and technology takes us from the winds of the Costa Rican cloud forest to the elephants of Botswana, from the desks of medical billing offices to the intricacies of an iPhone 7, as she morphs from observer to participant here on Mother Earth.

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Encores!

Local legend Flo Hayle celebrates her 89th birthday with a brand-new cabaret show featuring long-time musical director Jay Kerr at the piano. A nostalgic afternoon of old songs, new songs, and tales from her show-biz past.

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Performathon

The second edition of our wildly successful Performathon. Everybody gets a chance to strut their stuff on our stage during the day. Then at night, a variety show featuring a sampler of the finest in Hudson Valley talent!

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Leni

Hitler’s chosen filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl (director of TRIUMPH OF THE WILL and OLYMPIA) hovers in a limbo somewhere between life and death. There she encounters her younger self and is forced to confront the moral implications of the works she created and how her talents were exploited by a fascist regime. A searing examination of narcissism, denial, and artistic responsibility.

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Hearts Content Ensemble

The Hearts Content Ensemble – Caitlin Ippolit (flute), Jonathan Byron-Woodin (cello), Lory Frankel (oboe), Thomas Konow (violin), Ed Coughtry (clarinet and flute), and David Woodin (violin and viola), all members of the Catskill Chamber Orchestra – returns for their fourth engagement here at Bridge Street with an intimate and wide-ranging program of chamber classics. The […]

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The Revenge of the Space Pandas

A boy scientist, his female sidekick, and a sheep named Bob find themselves transported to the planet Crestview, patrolled by an army of Space Pandas and ruled over by a preening narcissist named George Topax who’ll stop at nothing to become the only man in the Goose Nebula to possess a wool letterman’s sweater. A play for children (and their adults) written by, of all people, David Mamet.

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Lumberyard presents d. Sabela Grimes

Lumberyard presents DARK MATTER MESSAGES, a new work by d. Sabela Grimes. Described by the L.A. Times as “the Los Angeles dance world’s best-kept secret” and as “one of a mere handful of artists who make up the vanguard of hip-hop fusion,” Grimes is considered one of the most imaginative and innovative artists in his field.

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A Mini Arts Festival August 3 – 6

Click each link for more information! Friday August 3 @ 7:30pm Old Friends: A Film by Peter Odabashian Saturday August 4 @ 8:00pm Bridge Street Belly Dance presents Why I Dance Monday August 6 @ 7:30pm Indian Classical Music with Ustad Shafaat Khan  

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Why I Dance

The immensely popular Bridge Street Belly Dance returns to Catskill with an auxiliary program called “Why I Dance”, featuring California-based multi-faceted artist, Mira Betz.

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Indian Classical Music with Ustad Shafaat Khan

Ustad Khan returns to Bridge Street Theatre with an another outstanding performance of Indian Classical Music. He will be performing a full concert of Indian classical music. This is a profound musical art form and Ustad Khan is incredibly talented, and is also a charming and articulate guide to understanding this age-old music. Do yourself a favor and come experience this profound, ancient, spiritual music.

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