LOCAL PRODUCE READERS' THEATRE2022-2023 Series
It’s back!! Our innovative and hugely successful Local Produce Readers’ Theatre “Farm to Stage" play reading series was so terrific that we’ve got our second season ready to go! Like the first series, there will be a great variety of subjects, playwrights, and casts — many of whom are from right here in Pine Plains and nearby towns.
The readings will be once a month from October through June on designated Sunday afternoons at 3:00 pm. Tickets are $5 per show, and 2022-2023 series passes are available for $35. Order tickets below to as many shows as you'd like — or grab yourself some series passes to see them all!
Special thanks go out to Presenting Sponsor Oblong Books and our local Farms and Farm Market sponsors, and to curators Lenora Champagne and Darrah Cloud for bringing this wonderful series to The Stissing Center for another season.
Bar: Wine, beer, and soft drinks are available for purchase at this event. ID required.
Updated Covid Policy (as of 7/1/2022): Masking is optional for persons who have been vaccinated against Covid. Masking is requested for persons who are not vaccinated. This policy is subject to change.
THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR LOCAL SPONSORS Now go out and get yourself some local produce and a good book!
Your ticket for every reading in the series!! (Current series ends June, 2023.)
by Margie Castleman. The story of a lonely custodian in a stem cell lab with a crush on the scientist and a Pro-Life heart.
by John Pielmeier. An evening of short scenes written and performed by the author of Agnes of God.
by David Simpatico. The story of the meeting between the very young and unaccomplished Oscar Wilde, and Walt Whitman, who had a thing or two to teach him about poetry and life.
A play about Queen Elizabeth I’s meeting with Pirate Queen, Grace O’Malley, and the First Baron Burghley, featuringEileen Roehm, Peggity Price and Brian Keeler.
by Donn Potter. The corporate world fires people before Christmas to save on bonuses and boost market value.
by Grace Angela Henry. A one-woman show about the famed abolitionist and women’s rights activist.
by Lenora Champagne. More info to come!
By members of Hudson Valley’s Howl Playwrights collective. Short plays examining our relationships with our Dads. Or not!
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