The New York Premiere of a Psychological Thriller at Hudson Stage Company

Promotional photograph from "Switzerland" (photo credit: Rana Faure) Writer Patricia Highsmith’s first novel, Strangers on a Train, became a Hitchcock movie, but it was perhaps her The Talented Mr. Ripley series that made her most famous. It is this iconic character that sets the stage for Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith’s Switzerland. The play melds fact ... Read More »

A Collaboration of Art and Theater in Ossining

"Blue Water City Island" by Barbara Levine This month, a collaboration between Ossining arts groups demonstrates that one artistic discipline can enhance the development of another. Art and theater converge during “Living Art,” a 90-minute event that takes place on four consecutive weekends, from March 2 through 24. During the event, a docent-led tour introduces ... Read More »

Irvington Town Hall Theater Celebrates Black History Month

From a performance of for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf (photo credit: Tom Schopper / photo courtesy of Irvington Town Hall Theater) Irvington Town Hall Theater will celebrate Black History Month on February 24 with 4th Wall Theatre’s production of for colored girls who have considered suicide when the ... Read More »