The review is in on “Savannah Sipping Society” - Click on the “awards and Recognition” button above to see what the critics have to say!
haunted theatre auditions posted - click on the auditions button above for more information
New auditions posted - click on the auditions button above for more information
Southern Women Takeover the Rivoli Theatre!!
Savannah Sipping Society, a comedic play written by Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten, and Jessie Jones, will be staged by the Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop at the Rivoli Theatre in South Fallsburg. The hilarious comedy highlights the lives of four middle-aged, Southern women Randa, Dot, Marlafaye, and Jinx who are all stuck in the redundancy of their lives and, despite their individual issues, strive to become enthusiastic about life again.
Directed by Harold Tighe and produced by Lillian Tighe, the play features Felice Schwed (Jinx), Ellen Pavloff (Randa), Heather Straus (Marlafaye), Lynne Porter (Dot), and Constance Slater (Grandmother). The creative team includes Jim Schmidt (Technical Director), Heather Strauss (Costume Designer), and Harold Tighe (Set Designer).
Performances are September 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, and 22 at the Rivoli Theatre at 5243 Route 42 Main Street in South Fallsburg. Tickets are $18, $15 for seniors (60 and over), students (with valid ID), and military/veterans and will be available at the door one hour prior to curtain for each performance. Tickets can also be purchased online in advance.
The Review is in from meetmeinthegreenroom.com:
Into the Woods is one of Stephen Sondheim’s most beloved musicals. It intertwines the stories of some of our most memorable childhood fairy tale characters, Cinderella and Little Red Riding Hood for example, and turns them on their heads, creating a new fairy tale in its own right. The music is memorable, the book is quite witty, and the characters have tons of heart.
Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop’s production of this iconic musical allowed for some of the minor characters to shine, primarily Jack’s Mother and the Princes, Cinderella’s Prince and Rapunzel’s Prince as they are named in the dramatis personae. As Jack’s Mother, Alexa Marie Fini is astonishing, and, sadly, very underused. Her voice is incredible and she has a commanding stage presence. I just wish we got to see more of her. As the Princes, Ethan Perkoski and Braeden Ross, are delightful. They were synchronized, comedic and had just the right blend of being, dare I say, charming, and slightly egotistical. The cast as a whole put forth great effort, with the chemistry between players coming through, especially Lourdesa Hunt and Kristopher Rosengrant as the Baker’s Wife and the Baker. And a special kudos to Ms. Hunt for covering an increasingly awkward moment in such a way that had me, literally, crying with laughter.
Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop’s production of Into the Woods at the Rivoli Theatre in South Fallsburg continues its run this weekend, July 16th-18th. For more information and tickets, visit
https://www.scdw.net or call 845-436-5336.
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STEPHEN SONDHEIM MEETS THE BROTHERS GRIMM. WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG? JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING!!
You saw the movie now see the musical it's based on.
Live theatre, there's nothing like it? Always in color and 3-D...and you don't need those annoying glasses!
See your friends and neighbors singing and dancing.
Did you miss “Bright New Boise” last weekend? Brittany Pierce-Caiazza from Meetmeinthe greenroom.com thought you missed something special (see her full review below). Well, you’ve got three more chances to see this brilliant show - Friday and Saturday at 8 PM or Sunday at 2 PM. Click on the get tickets button now and get your tickets.
Brittany Pierce-Caiazza’s Review of A Bright New Boise
July 12, 2019
Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop
The Rivoli Theatre
Josh Rosengrant, in his first full-length directorial debut, should be nothing short of proud of the production he has crafted of Samuel D. Hunter’s A Bright New Boise. He has assembled a very capable cast, designed a truly recognizable and believable set, and presented a production that literally has people talking days later. Kudos, Josh!
A Bright New Boise is an odd little play, one that has an ending left open to interpretation and discussion. Its synopsis is as follows: “A disgraced evangelical from Northern Idaho takes a job at a Hobby Lobby franchise in Boise, Idaho, in order to reconnect with an estranged son. But as his fellow employees begin to uncover dark secrets from his past, and his son becomes increasingly interested in his reasons for leaving his church, he must choose whether or not to have a normal life and a healthy relationship with his son, or hold onto the beliefs that have given his life meaning.” This said, there is a deeper discussion to be seen regarding relationships and perceptions we as humans have with strangers, and those within our own chosen circles. A Bright New Boise may be a little heavy-handed on the faith aspects, but it touches soundly on the humanity aspects, something that is of serious import in today’s world.
As Will, our disgraced evangelical, Keith Prince is a discomforting combination of unsure, quiet, and bubbling rage. He struggles to find balance within the character, but when he hits his stride, he is flying high. As his estranged son, Alex, Cole Phillips is every bit the angsty teen, down to the earbuds protruding from his sweatshirt and his nonchalant treatment of those around him. Teri Schwartz as Pauline, the stressed-out, conflict-resolution-phobic manager of Hobby Lobby, is just like a boss we’ve all had; she is believable and enjoyable. Kristopher Rosengrant as LeRoy is likable as the doting older brother and protector of Alex. He is most convincing when he is arguing with others, but you do truly feel his compassion for those around him. As Anna, Mekayla Rayne is a fast-talking, nervous whirlwind of energy. She has some of the more entertaining moments, and she embraces her role as the inner conscience of the show; she says what the audience is thinking and what you would imagine the other characters are feeling. This is truly an ensemble piece, and this cast works together flawlessly. You can tell they trust each other, and will work to make each other shine.
Was this a perfect production? No. There were microphone issues which left the audience straining to hear, and the final scene was a touch overdramatic (or was it? Perhaps this was to prompt audience discussion, which it has successfully done), but overall, the lighting was appropriate and the sound effects made sense. This is one of the best productions I have seen at the Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop. Congrats to the cast and crew.
Performances are slated for Friday and Saturday, July 12, 13, 19, 20 at 8:00 pm and Sunday, July 14, 21 at 2:00 pm at the Rivoli Theatre, 5243 Route 42 (Main Street), South Fallsburg. Tickets are $15 for Adults, $12 for Seniors (60+), Students (with Valid ID), Military/Veterans. A Bright New Boise is being produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. and is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Delaware Valley Arts Alliance. For more information, phone (845) 436-5336 or log onto https://www.scdw.net/
Director Harold Tighe has announced the cast for “Savannah Sipping Society”.
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Two hours of short plays including 3 locally written original plays
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Director Josh Rosengrant announces the cast of "“Bright New Boise”
“Boise..” performances are July 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 2019
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Will- Keith Prince
Pauline- Teri Schwartz
Alex- Cole Phillips
Leroy- Kristopher Rosengrant
Anna- Mekayla Perneszi
In the bleak, corporate break room of a craft store in Idaho, someone is summoning The Rapture. Will, who has fled his rural hometown after a scandal at his Evangelical church, comes to the Hobby Lobby, not only for employment, but also to rekindle a relationship with Alex, his brooding teenager, whom he gave up for adoption several years ago. Alex works there along with Leroy, his adopted brother and protector, and Anna, a hapless young woman who reads bland fiction but hopes for dramatic endings. As their manager, foul-mouthed Pauline, tries ceaselessly to find order (and profit) in the chaos of small business, these lost souls of the Hobby Lobby confront an unyielding world through the beige-tinted impossibility of modern faith. Samuel D. Hunter's “A Bright New Boise” is an earnest comedy about the meager profits of modern faith.
Join us for an evening of short plays, including 3 locally written original works!!
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New audition information just came along. Check it out on the AUDITIONS page
Into the woods, Without delay, But careful not To lose the way.
Into the woods, Who knows what may Be lurking on the journey?
Into the woods To get the thing That makes it worth The journeying.
into the woods-To see the King- To sell the cow-To make the potion- To see- To sell- To get- To bring- To make- To live- To go to the Festival-!
Into the woods! Into the woods! Into the woods, Then out of the woods,
And home again by morning!
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TAKE A RESPITE FROM THE COLD AND WARM YOUR HEART
February 15 - 17 at the Hurleyville Museum
All tickets $10 and includes coffee and dessert
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Under the able direction of Jim Schmidt of Hurleyville and with piano accompaniment by the talented, Leon Hilfstein of Hurleyville, the Cabaret will feature the vocal stylings of Zach Gibson of New Paltz, Serena Gildersleeve of Liberty, Joe Kavanaugh of Monticello, Nicole Lavere of Rock Hill, Teri Paris of Parksville, Lynne Porter of Woodbourne, Melanie Raeven of Glen Wild, Rebecca Salerno of Wurtsboro, Amber Schmidt of Hurleyville, Hannah Veety of Forestburgh and John Wombacher of Liberty.
Congratulations to our New York State Lottery Raffle Winners! They and many others helped us raise $3,735 for our Capital Improvements Fund (currently dedicated to re-roofing the Rivoli). WE can see the light at the end of the tunnel. We are just $6,500 from meeting our goal!
$25 Winners: Jack E., Dan R., Eileen S., Harold T., Robin P., Peter N., Bunny W., Jim S.
$50 winners: Steve K., Shannon S.
$100 winner: Cristina F
At the January meeting of the SCDW Board of Directors, they made the following appointments of Department and Committee chairs. These appointments are for one year. Congratulations to all those appointed and thank you for taking on these responsibilities.
Policies: Jenny Silverman
Paint Shop: Wendy Ackerley
Wardrobe Manager: Heather Strauss
Fund-Raising: Harold Tighe and Eileen Kalter
PR: Eileen Kalter and Lori Schneider
Publicity: Heather Strauss
Review: Jim Schmidt
Reading: Jim Schmidt
Props: Jenny Silverman
House Manager: Kim Schneeberger
Building Manager: Jim Schmidt
Technical Director: Jim Schmidt
Anyone can serve on these committees and members of the public are encouraged to join the Workshop through volunteering to help. If you are interested in any of the above committees, email us at SCDWEMAIL@AOL.COM
WE HAD A WINNER!!!
OUR 2019 nys rAFFLE DRAWING IS UNDER WAY AND WE HAD A WINNER YESTERDAY - jACK E. FROM Grahamsville WON $25!! cONGRATS, jACK!
YOU HELPED US RAISE OVER $3,000 SO FAR. THAT MONEY WILL GO TOWARD REPLACING THE LEAKY RIVOLI THEATRE ROOF. IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO GET IN ON THE FUN AND HELP THE ROOF FUND. EMAIL SCDWTREASURER@GMAIL.COM AND WE’LL GIVE YOU THE DETAILS.
One act auditions are the last weekend in February, February 23 & 24, Saturday and Sunday 10 AM to 2 PM at the Sullivan county museum in Hurleyville, ny. Go to the AUDITIONS page for more information
Did you miss the Holiday show? We did “The Gift of the Magi” and “Hansel and Gretel and the Falling Christmas Elves”. Wish you could hear it again? Well you can! WJFF - 90.5 FM - You Community Radio Station for Sullivan County and Northeast Pennsylvania - will re-broadcast the shows Christmas Eve at 7 PM. Tune in then go to our Facebook page and let us know what you think!
New Audition notices have been posted for some of our 2019 shows - Valentine’s Cabaret (February 2019 performances), A Bright New Boise (JUly 2019 performances), and The Savannah Sipping Society (September 2019 performances). Check out the audition page for more information
THE LETTERS ARE BACK
THE REFURBISHED AND REPAIRED, ICONIC RIVOLI LETTERS ARE BACK UP ON THE MARQUEE!! THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO HELPED AND THE SULLIVAN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FOR HELPING OUT WITH THE FINANCES.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CAST AND CREW OF “RABBIT hOLE”
tHEY HAD A GREAT FESTIVAL WEEKEND AND CAME AWAY WITH A SLEW OF AWARDS
Best Production - Rabbit Hole
Technical Director's Award- Jim Schmidt, Rabbit Hole
Adjudicators' Discretionary Awards Acting - John Neails, Rabbit Hole
Acting - Carol MacAdam, Rabbit Hole
Properties/Set Dressing -Emily Klucinec, Rabbit Hole
Festival Favorites Awards - John Neails - Rabbit Hole AND Carol MacAdam - Rabbit Hole
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR VERY OWN LORI SCHNEDIER. HER PRESENTATION OF “EVERY bRILLIANT THING” WON A FESTIVAL FAVORITE AWARD
We’ve posted our 2019 season
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see this amazing show before they go to the state festival
Wednesday, Nov. 14 at 7 PM at the Sullivan County Museum in Hurleyville
all tickets just $10!!!!
SCDW's 'Rabbit Hole' to go to Statewide Competition
The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop production of David Lindsay-Abaire’s Rabbit Hole staged at the Rivoli Theatre in July has been chosen to go on to Statewide competition at the Theatre Association of New York State (TANYS) Festival in Auburn, New York. In preparation for Festival and in order to offset the costs associated with taking the show to statewide competition, a dress rehearsal is being opened to the public for one night only – Wednesday, November 14th at the Sullivan County Museum in Hurleyville. If you missed this powerful production in July, you have one more opportunity to catch it now – if you’ve seen it already, come see it again – and help the Cast and Crew on their way to Festival.
Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Rabbit Hole is an intensely emotional examination of grief, laced with wit, insightfulness, compassion and searing honesty. Becca and Howie Corbett had a picture-perfect family life in the suburbs of New York until a random, tragic accident took the life of their four-year old son. Rabbit Hole delves into the complexity of a family navigating deep grief and learning what it means to try and regain a meaningful life with a re-defined sense of “normal.”
The production staged in July earned TANYS awards for Excellence in Direction (Lori Schneider), Excellence in Technical Direction (Jim Schmidt) and Excellence in Ensemble Acting to the Cast (Terri Mateer, John Neails, Taylor Lamerand, Carol Macadam, Cole Phillips). In preparation for their Festival performance, the Workshop is opening its final dress rehearsal of this award-winning production. In addition to seeing the performance, audience members will experience a taste of the Festival requirements as everyone in the cast and crew and every item (set pieces, props, costumes) have to start in a 10 x 10 square “backstage,” be set in 10 minutes, and then after the final curtain call, the set must be struck and return to the 10 x 10 square in 10 minutes. The Cast and Crew will be rehearsing this as well as the show itself in order to prepare for their Festival performance the weekend of November 16th. For a unique theatre experience and the opportunity to help defray the cost of Rabbit Hole going to the TANYS Festival, don’t miss this one night only show, Wednesday, November 14th at 7:00 pm. All tickets are $10 and will be available at the door at the Sullivan County Museum, 265 Main Street, Hurleyville. For additional information, log onto www.SCDW.net or phone (845) 436-5336.
Congratulations to the cast and crew of “Rabbit Hole”!!
They've been selected to perform at this year’s TANYS Festival, November 16 - 18 at Cayuga Community College in Auburn, NY. You can get more information at www.tanys.org
New Auditions have been scheduled for our annual holiday show. Check it out on the auditions page
Have you been to Archie’s Haunted Theatre Tours? WHAT, you’ve been too busy. WEll, this Friday and Saturday are the last days you can see the latest edition of the Haunted Theatre tours and get your pants scared off. The doors open at 6 PM and the last tour enters at 10 PM. Clear your calendar and don’t miss the scare of a lifetime"!! AS Archie, our resident ghost says, “ COme see me and my friends….we’re hungry…and we need more pants.”
Archie, the resident ghost of the Rivoli Theatre invites you to visit him and tour his theatre Every Friday and Saturday from October 12 through October 27 from 6 PM to 10 PM. See if you can complete the tour…or if you disappear as have many!!!!HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!
final weekend - September 14, 15, and 16
this just in…”THe Game’s Afoot” has won 5 TANYS awards
Meritorious Achievement in Acting to Constance Slater for her portrayal of Martha Gillette
Meritorious Achievement in Acting to Kim Schneeberger for her portrayal of Daria Chase
Meritorious Achievement in Acting to Ellen Pavloff for her portrayal of Inspector Goring
Excellence in Scenic Design to Jim Schmidt and Harold Tighe
Excellence in Costume Design to Ed Berens
Suspense, laughter, plot twists and turns, a mansion full of guests and Sherlock Holmes - a witty, fast-paced “whodunit” is about to set foot onstage for six performances September 7-9, 14-16 at the historic, Rivoli Theatre in South Fallsburg with Ken Ludwig’s murderously funny, The Game’s Afoot. The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop has been providing quality, award-winning Community Theatre in the Catskills since 1950. In its latest offering, it’s Christmas Eve, 1936 and William Gillette, an eccentric actor best known for his portrayal of Sherlock Holmes invites friends to his Connecticut mansion. During the evening, someone comes up murdered and Gillette goes into his Holmes persona in an attempt to “solve the crime.” Will you figure out “whodunit?”
Under the able direction of Kim Schneeberger and Harold Tighe, the talented cast features Alan Charney, Taylor Lamerand, Ellen Pavloff, Kim Schneeberger, Rick Shafstein, Constance Slater, Heather Strauss and Derk Vanwolde, Jr. Lillian Tighe is Producer, Jim Schmidt, Technical Director, Jim Fedroff is Stage Manager with Set Design by Harold Tighe, Scenic Design by The Cast and Crew, and Costume Design by Ed Berens.
Performances are Friday and Saturday nights, September 7, 8, 14, 15 at 8:00 pm and Sunday afternoons, September 9, 16 at 2:00 pm. General Admission is $15 for Adults, $12 for Seniors (60+), Students (with valid ID), Military and Veterans. Tickets will be available for all performances at the Box Office one hour prior to curtain or can be purchased online in advance. For information, log onto www.SCDW.net or phone (845) 436-5336. The Game’s Afoot is sponsored by and produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
This show has been awarded 8 TANYS* awards
Meritorious Achievement in Acting to the Josh Rosengrant, Kristopher Rosengrant, Harold Tighe, Heather Strauss, Amber Schmidt, Mekayla Perneszi as the Players
Meritorious Achievement in Sound Design to Jim Schmidt
Excellence in Costume Design to Ed Berens
* Theatre Association of New York State
Nevermore (a new musical)
Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop 2018
By William A Brenner
POE'S "NEVERMORE" IS A TERRIFYING SHOW
WITH SCARY SOUND EFFECTS, HAUNTING MUSIC
AND FRIGHTENING CREATURES - AND FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
"NEVERMORE" is a frightening show intended to scare, and keep the audience surprised and laughing. The kids loved it, pointing and screaming at the characters and the creatures, the exaggerated sound effects, haunted house music and frightening creatures who suddenly appeared onstage, above the stage, and in the aisles.
The show "NEVERMORE" was described as the imaginary life and mysterious death of the scariest of writers, Edgar Allan Poe. His famous raven was portrayed as a six-foot feathered raven wandered about the theatre quoting "NEVERMORE".
This difficult show was another ensemble success presented by the Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop at its brightly lit Rivoli theatre in South Fallsburg.
Edgar Allan Poe was played by a haunted Shawn Bailey, forever lost in his bizarre thoughts, wearing a wig of black feathers. About fourteen actors kept switching roles and transforming into creatures.
The choreography by Mekayla Perneszi and the cast extended the stage into the audience.
The set crew builders, technical director, lighting and sound design, led by Jim Schmidt, particularly with its sound effects thunder and lightning kept the audience jumping. Especially chilling was the side view of a woman in a coffin box being carried off to the crypt, kicking, clawing and screaming inside the coffin.
But special acclaim in this ensemble production must go to the PIT - under Musical Director/Pianist Leon Hilfstein, Percussionist Bill Margagal, and Lee Scheumann, who banged away on the bass drums, eerie flutist Kerry Malony, and violinist Laura Baci-Clark (who played like a screechy blackboard).
Leon Hilfstein's electric keyboard effects were other worldly.
On opening night, the theatre was almost full. And almost half of the audience were children, young and old, happily waiting to get their pants scared off.
Across Sullivan County, the Forestburgh Playhouse continued its wonderful, big production musical shows. But the creative members of the Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop continue to compete in a different way. Something like the Yankees and the Mets.
For example, the Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop's month-long July 2018 offering was the somber production of "Rabbit Hole", showing the devastating irreconcilable effects caused by the accidental death of a four year old, and an opioid death of an older relative. July was "Bereaved Parents Month".
"NEVERMORE" offers something hilarious, scary, weird and fun for the family. Performances run through August 17th and 18th at 8PM and Sunday at 2PM (Future 2018 productions are September's "The Games A Foot", October's "Haunted Theatre Tours", and December's "1940s Radio Holiday Shows", at the Rivoli Theatre, located at 5243 Main Street, South Fallsburg, NY. For ticket information call (845) 436-5336.
This unique and wildly theatrical musical combines haunting music and poetic storytelling to chronicle the fascinating life of iconic American writer Edgar Allan Poe. A literary rock star of his day, Poe struggles with tragedy and addiction, poverty and loss, yet produces some of the world's most original, visionary and enduring literature before dying in unexplained circumstances at the age of 40. At once gorgeous and grotesque, Nevermore explores the events that shape Poe's character and career, blurring the line between fact and fiction--after all, as Poe himself writes, "All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream." To get your tickets CLICK HERE
Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, David Lindsay-Abaire’s Rabbit Hole is an intensely emotional examination of grief, laced with wit, insightfulness, compassion and searing honesty. The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop has been providing quality, award- winning theatre in the Catskills since 1950. Our area’s longest standing Community Theatre organization, the SCDW continues its 2018 Season with six performances of this strong drama July 13-15, 20-22 at the Rivoli Theatre in South Fallsburg.
Becca and Howie Corbett had a picture-perfect family life in the suburbs of New York until a random, tragic accident took the life of their four-year old son. Rabbit Hole delves into the complexity of a family navigating deep grief and learning what it means to try and regain a meaningful life with a re-defined sense of “normal.” Powerfully written and acted and under the able direction of Lori Schneider, the talented cast includes Terri Mateer, John Neails, Taylor Lamerand, Carol MacAdam and Cole Phillips. Heather Strauss is Producer, Jim Schmidt is the Technical Director, Emily Klucinec is the Stage Manager, Properties by Jenny Silverman and Emily Klucinec, Scenic Design by Fran Schiff, Costume Design by Ed Berens, Set Design by Lori Schneider, Jim Schmidt and Harold Tighe.
Rabbit Hole will be staged in the air-conditioned Nartoff-Wells Auditorium of the Rivoli Theatre, 5243 Route 42 (Main Street), South Fallsburg with performances Friday and Saturday, July 13, 14, 20, 21 at 8:00 pm and Sunday, July 15, 22 at 2:00 pm. General Admission is $15 for Adults, $12 for Seniors (60+), Students with a valid Student ID, Military and Veterans. Tickets will be available at the box office one hour before curtain for each performance or can be purchased in advance online at www.ShowTix4U.com The show is sponsored by the Sullivan County Visitors Association and is being produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. For additional information, log onto www.SCDW.net or phone (845) 436-5336.
Get your Shakespeare On!
A Midsummer Night's Dream opens Friday May 11th at the Rivoli Theatre!
Love, Mischievous Sprites and Faeries abound in classic Shakespearean comedic style as the Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop opens its 2018 Season with William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Performances are slated for May 11-13, 18-20 at the Rivoli Theatre in South Fallsburg.
One of Shakespeare’s most well-known and well-loved comedies comes to life under the able direction of Harold Tighe who has assembled a talented cast including Carlos Holden (Thesues/Oberon), Melissa McTague (Hippolyta/Titania), Alan Charney (Egeus/Peter Quince), Alyssa O’Keeffe (Hermia), Juliette Eddings (Helena), Chris Morgan (Lysander), Circe Mears (Demitrius), Ethan King (Bottom), Ira Simon (Flute), Anna Puleo (Snout), Kristopher Rosengrant (Snug), Seriva Jorge (Starveling/Mustardseed), Cole Phillips (Cobweb), Karen Holden (Peaseblossom), Aidan Dusenbury-Dalto (Moth), Amber Schmidt (Puck/Philostrate), and Makenzie Rainey and Joe Guidone (Attendants/Faeries). Lillian Tighe is Producing, Jim Schmidt is Technical Director, Amber Schmidt is Stage Manager with Grace Summa as Assistant Stage Manager. Jenny Silverman is the Properties Mistress and Costumes are being designed by Ed Berens and Heather Strauss. Fran Schiff is the Scenic Designer and the Set Crew consists of Jim Schmidt, Harold Tighe, Jack Dusenbury-Dalto, Britt Dusenbury-Dalto and Eileen Kalter.
A Midsummer Nights Dream will be performed in the Nartof-Wells Audtorium of the Rivoli Theatre, 5243 Route 42, South Fallsburg on Friday and Saturday, May 11, 12, 18, 19 at 8:00 pm and Sunday May 13, 20 at 2:00 pm. Tickets are $15 for Adults, $12 for Seniors (60+), Students (with valid ID), Military and Veterans. Tickets will be available at the box office one hour prior to curtain for each performance. If you would like to purchase tickets in advance, you can do so online at www.ShowTix4U.com For additional information, phone (845) 436-5336 or log onto www.scdw.net
Still have some roles to fill for upcoming productions. Give us a call at 845-436-5336 and leave a message. (CHeck out the auditions page for mpore info)
NEW AUDITION NOTICES HAVE bEEN POSTED
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SCDW is hosting a "Stage Manager Workshop"
The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop will be holding a free Stage Management Workshop, run by Amber Schmidt, on Sunday, March 18, 2018 from 2:00-4:00 PM at the Sullivan County Museum in Hurleyville. Attendees will receive hands-on training, as well as an opportunity to stage manage one of our 2018 productions. No experience necessary. Please contact Amber at email@example.com for more information or to reserve your spot.
"Nevermore" Auditions continue. Get all the details on the AUDITIONS page
Help us help kids - get your tickets today
SCDW will be there with our team. Join us
ENCORE PERFORMANCE SCHEDULED
WE KNOW THE WEATHER ON FEB 9 PREVENTED MANY OF YOU FROM SEEING THIS FABULOUS CABARET PERFORMANCE SO WE HEARD YOU AND HAVE RESCHEDULED!!
SUNDAY, FEB. 18 AT 2 pm
AT THE Sullivan county msueum
all tickets $10 - tickets available at the door only
MORE WINNERS IN OUR lOTTERY rAFFLE
1/14 - Eileen H - $25 1/15 - William S - $25
1/16 - JoAnn R - $25 1/18 - Jim S - $25
1/20 - AJ P. - $50
CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING SCDW!!
Hey, we got mentioned in "Meet Me in the Greenroom" by Joe DiBella. Check it out on the announcements page
auditions for our valentine's cabaret - love songs and... - have been announced. we're looking for singers and musicians this year. check it all out on the "auditions" page
GET SEEN ON ONE OF THE BUSIEST CORNERS IN SULLIVAN COUNTY
Call (845-807-7212) or email (Haroldtighe50@gmail.com) Harold for details and prices
we have a winner...or rather winners!!!
Our first ever lottery raffle is under way and we've got some winners!
1/1 - Maria Z - $100 1/3 - Peter N - $25
1/4 - Chrystal P - $25 1/6 - Bethany R - $25
1/8 - Mardette W - $25
CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING SCDW!!
YOU NEED STOCKING STUFFERS AND WE NEED A ROOF!
The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop needs to replace its roof and one of the fund raisers we are running is a perfect stocking stuffer. For $10 you get a raffle ticket with a three-digit number on it. If that number is chosen as the New York State Evening Lottery Pick during January 2018, you win cash! You get 31 chances to win for just $10. But what if you don’t win? WRONG! You already won when you bought the ticket! Your ticket, whether it wins cash or not, is a free admission to any 2018 production. Since main stage tickets cost at least $15, you get to see a show for just $10…see you won already.
If you’d like to get in on the winning, and help us replace our leaky roof, just emailus your name, address and phone number and we’ll send you a ticket and a pre-stamped envelope to send back you check (checks must be postmarked no later than December 31, 2017 for you ticket to be eligible to win. If it is postmarked later than Dec. 31, 2017, we will make your ticket eligible from the date of the postmark.) If you have a lucky number, let us know and we’ll try to get it for you! (Numbers must be between 000 and 999).
Any questions? Call us - 845-436-5336.
ANNUAL HOLIDAY SHOW
DECEMBER 8, 9, 10
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE NOW
ALL TICKETS JUST $10
Join us at the winter home of the Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop - The Sullivan County Historical Society Museum on Main Street in Hurleyville, NY - for our annual holiday celebration. The Children's Theatre Group presents "The Winter Holiday Show" - a multi-species celebration of all the holidays of the season. The big kids will continue what is now a tradition by presenting a live radio play - "A Christmas Carol". Presented in the style of the old radio plays, when radio ruled the airwaves. See both plays for just $10! and enjoy coffee and dessert to boot! Seating is limited so get your tickets early for this Sullivan County tradition!
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Congratulations to our Technical Director Jim Schmidt. He took BEST TECHNICAL DESIGN in the BMI Design Competition for the HAUNTED THEATRE at the 2017 TANYS Festival!! Keep up the great work!
And kudos to Jayden Ramsay and Nicole Lavere. They performed "How Blue is My Crocodile" at the Festival and received rave reviews. Congrats Girls!!
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