Hi, Jonathan! The Chocolate Show
is an afternoon of musical fun—whether you want to be the next Queen of the Cocoa Bean or simply cheer on those who do. Go hungry, and enjoy some good chocolate after. —Cari from ManhattanIf you’ve seen a United Stages show that you’d like to recommend, e-mail HiJonathan@UnitedStages.com.
“Take your family to see The Chocolate Show!
A high-energy, talented cast delivers good clean fun for the kids, plenty of jokes to keep adults entertained, and opportunities for willing contestants to win chocolate!!! Guaranteed to leave you and your family smiling.” —Audience Club member Ivy from the Bronx
You may have won this month's drawing but don't know it yet! Make sure your winner's notification does not get accidentally sent to the SPAM drawer of your mail program. Right now we are giving away show tickets, $50 certificates to great pre- and post-theater dining destinations like Guy's American Kitchen and Heartland Brewery
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Hi, Jonathan! I’m an audience club member AND I also work at TDF—er, Theatre Development Fund—so this tip is from the horse’s mouth, so to speak. We have opened up our Off Off @$9 Program to everyone, so you no longer have to be a TDF member to get $9 tickets to dozens of shows
, 365 days a year. People just have to sign up for free at www.tdf.org. Please post if you think club members might be interested! —TommyIf you’ve seen a United Stages show that you’d like to recommend, e-mail HiJonathan@UnitedStages.com.
Hudson Warehouse's summer hit production of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) is being re-mounted and presented indoors, the company's first foray into weather-controlled theater, at the Goddard Riverside at The Bernie Wohl Center. This Seeing Stars was originally published in June 2013.
Hudson Warehouse Celebrates 10 Summers with Shakespeare and Dumas|
20 June 2013
The season opener, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) is 37 plays in 97 minutes performed by 3 actors: Nicholas Martin-Smith, Ian Harkins and Chris Behan. Photo by Susane Lee
“I was walking through Riverside Park one afternoon in the spring of 2004, stopped on the North Patio and looked up at the Solders’ and Sailors’ Monument. I realized that the patio with its stone walls and benches, with the stairs right there, served as a three-quarter thrust stage. I used to hold informal readings in my apartment and out of one of those readings came our first production of The Tempest.” And that’s how producing artistic director Nicholas Martin-Smith discovered the unconventional yet ideal summer stage for his then-new company, Hudson Warehouse. We asked Mr. Martin-Smith and assistant artistic director Susane Lee about the ten-year evolution of what has become the Upper West Side’s most popular outdoor theater.
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