The new play, directed by HSC co-founder and co-producer Dan Foster, plays March 2006 and is billed as "a riveting account of an underground world in post-apocalyptic New York City."
Barnett's recent play, Donna Morelli, directed by Richard Caliban, premiered in the 2005 summer season at New York Stage and Film at the Powerhouse Theatre.
Foster directed the premieres of 37 Postcards, Full Bloom, True Home and Baltimore Star for Hudson Stage, and the musical of Infertility, which was featured in last summer's New York International Fringe Festival (and will be seen Off-Broadway this fall).
After All opens March 17, 2006, and will runs three consecutive weekends through April 2. HSC performances play Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM and Sundays at 3 PM.
The HSC 2005-06 mainstage season begins in fall with the Westchester premiere of David Lindsay-Abaire's Kimberly Akimbo. Richard Caliban directs the poignant comedy about a young teen who ages prematurely, plays Oct. 28-Nov. 13. HSC's staged reading series of new plays (titles TBA) will commence Sept. 23 at 7:30 PM at the Croton Free Library, 176 Cleveland Drive, Croton on Hudson, NY. Readings are free to the general public. The second staged reading will be Dec. 9 at 7:30 PM at the Woodward Hall Theatre, Pace University, 235 Elm St., Briarcliff Manor, NY. Suggested donation is $10. The third staged reading will be Feb. 10 at 7:30 PM at the Woodward Hall Theatre. Suggested donation is $10.
Fore more information, please call (914) 271-2811, or visit www.hudsonstage.com.
Hudson Stage is a non-profit professional theatre "committed to producing original, affordable and provocative plays in Westchester. The founding co-producers are Denise Bessette, Dan Foster and Olivia Sklar.