The Hudson Stage Company, Westchester's newest professional theatre will end its three-week run of Suzanne Bradbeer's Full Bloom, Nov. 5.
The play, previously seen in Massachusetts, is the company's first fully staged Equity production and is the metro New York premiere. It opened Oct. 20 at the Julie Harris Theatre at the ClearView School in Briarcliff Manor, NY. Remaining shows are 8 PM Friday-Saturday and 3 PM Sunday.
The play concerns a 16-year-old girl, Phoebe, dealing with issues of beauty and image as she comes of age. The character is inspired by the little sister character in "The Catcher in the Rye."
Tickets are $15-$20. For information and reservations, call (914) 271-2811.
* Dan Foster directs a company that includes Catherine Campbell (Footloose, Nine), Denise Bessette, Christopher Innvar (Floyd Collins), Gregory Marlow and Christina Lynne Smith.
The Hudson Stage Company was founded two years ago by Foster, Bessette and Olivia Sklar with a mission to bring original, professional theatre to Westchester. Since it began, the company has presented 17 staged readings of new works. Among the new works presented have been Tennessee by Romulus Linney, True Home by Cass Morgan, Badger Country by Matt Bennett and Sean McCourt and Following Wolf by David Grimm (whose Kit Marlowe) will soon be opening at the Public Theater.
Actors appearing with the company have included Joyce Rheeling, Jon DeVries, John Seitz, Kali Rocha, Liz Callaway, Betsy Joslyn and Gerald Anthony.
— By Kenneth Jones