2024 Season

Tenth Season Finale

A Bridge Street Theatre Production

Catskill’s Bridge Street Theatre Announces Its Tenth Anniversary Season Finale

Bridge Street Theatre is now ready to close out our Tenth Anniversary Season with four funny, moving, provocative, and innovative new productions, including an important new American play, an immersive solo show, a hilarious two-hander about friendship (and ping pong), and a heady romp that unites Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Leo Tolstoy in an attempt to create a new translation of the Bible.  

Tenth Season Finale Passes are available now.
See all four plays for just $100.

GRISWOLD by Angela J. Davis (First Full Production)
August 8 – August 18, 2024. Directed by m burke walker

It’s 1961 and birth control is illegal in Connecticut (and several other states). On the eve of the sexual revolution, a bold and iconoclastic 65-year-old woman challenges the law by engineering her own arrest. This sets in motion an extraordinary series of events leading to the first U.S. Supreme Court decision to recognize a right of sexual privacy, paving the way for other guarantees of liberty including the right of same-sex couples to marry. GRISWOLD was the winner of the A is For Playwriting Award and the Playhouse Creatures Emerging Playwrights Celebration Award. This is an important new work for what promises to be a contentious election year in its first full production.    More…  CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

OUT OF ORDER created and performed by Carl Holder
August 29 – September 8, 2024

Intimate, funny, playful, loving, sad. 50 index cards in a bowl. Some are confessions, characters, stories, others prompt weird group activities in the room. One card at a time is removed and performed in whatever order the universe dictates. It’s a game. It’s a play. It’s an experience with other people. Originally conceived to be performed in living rooms, we’ll be presenting it in the immersive confines of our Speakeasy lobby space. Audience members will be in close proximity to the performer and their inner selves. Who did you think you could be once? Come over and play with your friend Carl. It can’t hurt…? More…  CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

CHIPANDGUS by John Ahlin and Christopher Patrick Mullen
September 26 – October 6, 2024

The two loneliest men in upstate New York meet once a month in the grungy back room of a rundown Schenectady sports bar, to do the one thing they both love…play ping pong. In this fast-paced, blisteringly brilliant comedy, the most casual of acquaintances discover that their lives intertwine in ways they couldn’t possibly have known. Virtuoso verbal and physical comedy with tons of heart from writer/performers John Ahlin and Christopher Patrick Mullen. Presented in collaboration with Fat Knight Theatre.  More…  CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

November 14 – November 24, 2024.
Directed and Designed by Carmen Borgia

A Founding Father, a Victorian novelist, and a Russian revolutionary walk into a…stop me if you’ve heard this one. Thomas Jefferson (yeah, that one), Charles Dickens (the very same) and Count Leo Tolstoy (who else?) come together in a blistering battle of wits. From Scott Carter (executive producer of “Real Time with Bill Maher”), this whip-smart comedy examines what happens when three famous thinkers are locked together in Hell. Yearning for a little food for thought with your fun? This one’s for you! More…  CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

Steve Barnes of the Times Union recently wrote,” After a decade, there’s ample evidence for saying this: Bridge Street Theatre is the region’s most fearless professional stage company.” Do you love plays that genuinely make you think, feel, and laugh out loud? Performances that will lodge in your mind and heart? Productions that you’ll be discussing for weeks, months, and even years after the lights go down? You won’t want to miss any of the extraordinary experiences in store for you at this six-time winner of “Best Theatre/Performance Space” at the annual Best of Greene County Awards. Advance tickets for all four plays are now available for purchase. Just visit bridgest.org and click on the appropriate links.