SHUTTLECOCK HAS ARRIVED!
It’s time for disco, bell bottoms, big mustaches and more!
WHAT: A multi-media time capsule and theatrical performance depicting a slice of life in the 1970s and 80s. This weekend features the second play in a four-part series.
THE PLAY: “Shuttlecock,” a 30-minute play by Dana Page. It’s the 1970s and 80s… Daddy’s little girl is all grown up by 1980 and trapped in the most dysfunctional family in the neighborhood. *This witty and graphic play about teenage angst is for mature audiences only.
PERFORMANCES: Two performance dates: Friday, April 7 & Saturday, April 8. Doors open at 7pm. The play begins at 7:30pm. Featuring food, drinks, costumes, music, games and other memorabilia from the time period!
TICKETS: $12 paid at door / Proceeds to benefit the Morton Memorial Library and Community House, home to Hudson Valley Playwrights. www.hudsonvalleyplaywrights.com
WHERE: The Morton Memorial Library and Community House, 82 Kelly Street in Rhinecliff.
AMBIANCE: The Community House will be transformed into a 70s and 80s Mecca, with digital images of summer in the Hudson Valley as the setting!
PARKING: Parking is available at Amtrak’s lower station, next to the Rhinecliff Hotel and China Rose (China Rose side).
Questions? Call 518-256-0714 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
“LIVE FREE OR DIE: God, Family, Country in the 1990s” by Elaine Fernandez, April 21 & 22 (7-9pm)
“THE NOTE” by Marianna Boncek, April 28 & 29 (7-9pm)
Questions: email@example.com / 518-256-0714