A Mother’s Day Gift: Summer Theatre Trumps the Ultimate Box of Chocolates

With the age of at-home-entertainment, computers and work that doesn’t stop, there is one thing that mothers, actually any of us, crave: to get out of the house. That box in which we live, no matter how comfy we make it – thanks to those infectious ‘Property Brothers’ or Chip and Joanna Gaines and their lot – the phrase, “I’ve just got to get out of the house,’ comes pouring out at the most unexpected of times.

With a season lasting June 17th thru August 21st, the Woodstock Playhouse Summer Theatre Festival offers an opportunity for escape and a line-up of fantasies come true: ‘Guys and Dolls’, ‘Disney’s Beauty and the Beast’, ‘Pippin’, and an exciting new drama, ‘Cherry’s Patch’ by local resident playwright Ron Scott Stevens.

To shop on-line, shop local, and bring home a prized catch, visit the Woodstock Playhouse website at www.woodstockplayhouse.org to see details of and purchase tickets for their fantastic new season.

You can’t go wrong with a night out, or a series of nights out, at one of the most iconic playhouses in America, as sited by the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area. The New York entertainment industry is talking about the Woodstock Playhouse production company and their talent which has inspired a new age in Woodstock and a new respect for the performing arts.

Mothers deserve to get out of the house, and so do you.

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    Douglas Farrell

    Douglas has dedicated his past 30 years to the cultivation of respect, growth and appreciation for the arts in his positions as Vocal & Development Director at the non-profit New York Conservatory for the Arts of Hurley (www.NYCA.org) and, most ... Read Full
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