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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February 2015

February Featured Magic in the Speakeasy Magick Balay and Buddies Star of the Discovery Channel’s close-up magic show, Close Up Kings, Magick Balay, performed with New York City magicians Dave Murillo and Steve Dane and local Windham favorite Sean Doolan. Featured in Catskill’s The Daily Mail Before andAfter Click here to see Magick in action […]

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March 2015

Kaliyuga Arts presented a benefit for Bridge Street Theatre Lark Eden by Natalie Symons Directed by John Sowle with Lora Lee Ecobelli, Molly Parker Myers and Louise Pillai Told through a series of letters, LARK EDEN begins in the Depression Era and traces the lives of three small-town Southern women through the early years of […]

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In the Speakeasy in April, 2015

Kaliyuga Arts presents OUT OF THIS WORLD A Wild Performance Double Header UP FROM THE GROUND Written and Performed by Dan Carbone SIGN FELT! (a show about nothingness) Created and Performed by Alexandra Tatarsky Friday April 10 @ 7:30 pm Saturday April 11 @ 7:30 pm Sunday April 12 @ 2:00 pm CARELESS RHAPSODY The Wit […]

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May 2015 Events

Heart’s Content Ensemble SundayMay 3 @ 3 pm An Evening with John DeRosalia Saturday, May 9 @ 7:30 pm Kaliyuga Arts presents Home Fires Burning Created and Performed by Roxanne Fay Two Weekends — May 15-24 Fridays and Saturdays @ 7:30 pm Sundays @ 2:00 pm Press Photos Here “If theater matters to you, if […]

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Events in June 2015

Blue Horse Repertory Company presents a special benefit performance for Bridge Street Theatre Threeby Tennessee Friday, June 5 @ 8 pm An Evening with Jon B. Woodin Saturday, June 6 @ 7:30 pm Kaliyuga Arts presents The First Show in the Bridge Street Theatre Raw Space The Epic of GilgameshAdapted and Performed by Steven Patterson […]

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July 2015

Big Works in The Big Room Click here for a great review of the show in the Almanac Weekly A Display of Large Scale Sculptures by Matt Bua, Rita Dee, Jimmy Tim Fry, Chris Hawkins, Harry Matthews, Bob Schuler, Marc Swanson, Carol Swierzowski, and Richard Talcott For an Appointment call  518-943-3818 Participating Artists and Works […]

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August 2015

Through August 29. Big Works in the Big Room
August 14 – 23. The Killing and The Love Death
August 22. A Special Benefit Concert by Riot with Three

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November 2015

November 6-15 BOND: the story of a soldier and his dog
November 12. Stars and Stripes A Fundraiser for Veterans’ Day
November 14. C.B. Smith and the Lucky Devils
November 20. The Magic of Steven Brundage

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January 2016

BST receives a $105,000 Main Street Downtown Anchor Project Grant from NY Stage Homes & Community Renewal to create its Mainstage.
We have a new Marquee thanks to the Greene County Legislature.
January 10. Magician Caroline Ravn.

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March 2016

March 12. Armen Donelian Solo Piano: Full Moon Music
March 19. A reading of The Velocity of Autumn by Rhinebeck Readers’ Theatre
March 26. Empty Valuables, written and performed by Bonita Jackson

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April 2016

April 1. Eric Michael Gillett, Man About Town, the Wit and Wisdom of Noel Coward
April 11. Quiles & Cloud
April 14-24 A Life in a Day: Lucky Lindy
April 29 – May 1. Anna Carol’s Aunt Nona

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May 2016

May 4. Building Bridges, the Hop-O-Nose Story & Music Project
May 8. Roy Eaton Piano, I Remember Mama
May 12-22. Gidion’s Knot
May 28. Blue Horse Rep presents Leading Ladies

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July and August 2016

July 2. Ramblin Jug Stompers
July 9. The Hambones present a tribute to Bob Dylan’s Blood on the Tracks
July 19. Hearts Content Ensemble
July 16. Pite Wagula, Bottleneck Guitar Virtuoso
July 17. Jon B. Woodin
July 22-24. Terri Mateer’s A Kind Shot
August 6. Mark Nadler: Let’s Misbehave – A Cole Porter Soiree
August 12. Music from High Peaks
August 19-28. The Property Known as Garland

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November 2016

November 6. The Fabulous Flo Hayle in No Biz Like Show Biz
November 11-13. Concrete Temple Theatre presents Geppetto
November 29. Ribbon Cutting for the new Mainstage

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February 2017

February 10-12. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom
February 18-19 Cons, Cheats, and Scams – The Extraordinary Card Magic of Jason Ladanye
February 17. Mind Myths with Dan ‘EvilDan’ Terelmes
February 18. Psychic Sideshow with EvilDan and Colleen the Sideshow Queen
February 25-26. Hi, Are You Single?

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April 2017

April 2: Garfield Moore Cello
April 8: Cabaret: My Favorite Sings
April 20-30: A World Premiere Comedy, The Official Adventures of Kieron & Jade

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June 2017

June 3. Jeanne MacDonald in Concert
June 9 & 10. Dead Shot Mary
June 17. Hudson Valley Improv
June 23-25. Upon This Rock: The Magdalene Speaks

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July 2017

July 6 – 16. The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds
July 20 – 23. Copenhagen
July 29. Bridge Street Belly Dance

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August 2017

August 5. I Won’t Dance – Steve Ross Sings and Plays Fred Astaire
August 12. Jungle Jim Jam
August 12. The Hudson Dusters
August 13. Hearts Content Ensemble
August 19. A Reading of Wilde about Whitman
August 27. South, A Nautical Musical

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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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