STS PLAYHOUSE AND WOODSTOCK FRINGE
VOICES FROM THE FRINGE
TWO PROGRAMS OF STAGED READINGS
Phoenicia, NY... The STS Playhouse and Woodstock Fringe
present two programs of staged readings of new short plays
written by members of the Woodstock Fringe Playwrights
Unit. Each of two programs of short plays will be presented
twice at the STS Playhouse in Phoenicia, NY. Program 1
will be presented on Sat Aug 16 at 8pm and Sun Aug
17 at 2pm. Program 2 will be presented Sat
Aug 23 at 8pm and Sun Aug 24 at 2pm.
The Woodstock Fringe Playwrights Unit is a playwriting
workshop and laboratory, now in its ninth year. The core
belief of the Playwrights unit is: The act of
creation is an act of courage. A group of
playwrights, composers, lyricists, book writers and actors
assemble every other week to share and develop new work. The
culture of the Playwrights Unit is one of community,
nourishment, honor, mutual respect, and professionalism.
Eleven Playwrights Unit playwrights will be represented in
the two programs of new short plays. A splendid company of
actors, most local to the Hudson Valley, have come together
to read this eclectic and exciting collection of new plays.
The plays are funny, sad, outrageous, moving , witty and
Tickets are $5 and will be available at the door.
Reservations are not required. For more information,
contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-810-0123. For
Program 1 (Sat Aug 16 at 8pm, Sun Aug 17 at 2pm)
Ask For Carl, by David Kerry Heefner
Jennie With The Light Brown Hair, by
Scenes from Moonbite, by Ariana Johns
Scenes from Bleecker Street Cafe, by
Wheeler, by Paul Graham
2 (Sat Aug 23 at 8pm, Sun Aug 24 at 2pm)
Excerpt from Back Porch Othello, by Nia
Out The Window, by Victoria Sullivan
Time To Spare, by Victoria (Vicky) Devany
Billy Jo, by Bette Siler
Hangman, by Deborah Vines
Thirty Odd Years, by Ric Siler
STS Playhouse was founded in 1976 and has mounted over 70
full-scale productions. Its current home on 10 Church
Street was built in 1887 by the International Order of Odd
Fellows and is now a charming air conditioned 150-seat
Woodstock Fringe was founded in 2003 by Wallace Norman.
Woodstock Fringe was in residence at the Byrdcliffe Theatre
for a decade where Wallace Norman produced the Woodstock
Fringe Festival of Theatre & Song.