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THEATER LISTINGS
May 2022

 

’62 Center for Theatre and Dance • Masks, ID, & proof of vaccines REQ’D • 62Center.Williams.edu
• “Sometimes the Rain, Sometimes the Sea,” by Julia Izumi, dir. by Kym Moore • Adams Memorial Theatre • May 5-8 • Thu.-Sat., 7:30 pm; Sun., 5 pm

 

Ancram Opera House • 1330 Co. Rte. 7, Ancram, NY • ancramoperahouse.org
• Summer Play Lab: “Sunwatcher,” with Tidtaya Sinutoke, Isabella Dawis and Nana Dakin • May 27-29 • Fri. & Sat., 8 pm; Sun., 3 pm

 

Bridge Street Theatre • 44 West Bridge St., Catskill, NY • BridgeSt.org • 518-943-3818 • Masks and vax proof REQ’D.
• “Clarkston,” by Samuel D. Hunter, dir. by Elihu Kramer • Regional Premiere • May 1-8 • Thu.-Sat., 7:30; Sun., 2 pm
• “A Bintel Brief,” dev. & dir. by Carol Rusoff • Staged reading with live music • May 14 at 7 pm; May 15 at 2 pm • Pay what you will • Res. By email: juliegoldweitz@gmail.com

 

Fort Salem Theater • 11 E. Broadway, Salem, NY • 518-854-9200 • FortSalem.com
• Pride and Prejudice • May 27-29 • Fri. & Sat., 7:30 pm; Sun., 2 pm

 

The Ghent Playhouse • 6 Town Hall Pl., Ghent, NY • GhentPlayhouse.org • Masks & proof of vax REQ’D
• “Last Train to Nibroc” • Written by Arlene Hutton, directed by Sky Voge • Funny and touching portrait of the search for happiness after a chance meeting on a train • Nominated for Best Play in 2000 by the New York Drama League • May 20-22; 27-29; & Jun. 3-5 • Fri. & Sat., 7:30-9 pm; Sun., 2-3:30 pm

 

Hudson Hall • 327 Warren St., Hudson, NY • 518-822-1438 • hudsonhall.org
• NEARLY STATIONARY: RASHAUN MITCHELL + SILAS RIENER • Interdisciplinary work conceived & designed by Barbara Kilpatrick; choreo. by Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener • Music: John Cage’s “String Quartet in Four Parts (1950) • May 14: Premiere, special gala performance; May 21-Jun. 5, 3 & 5pm • $15

 

Strand Theater • 210 Main St., Hudson Falls, NY • 518-832-3484 • MyStrandTheater.org
• “Zigzag” • written by Neal Herr, dir. by Nicole McDonald, choreo. by Timothy Frost • Full-length romantic musical comedy that asks, “What would you tell your younger self—about love?” • May 6-8 • Fri. & Sun, 7:30 pm; Sat., 2 & 7:30 pm