Tag: Weston Playhouse Theatre Company

The Hartness Tavern at The Weston Playhouse

The Hartness Tavern at The Weston Playhouse

About Town, Cast and Crew, Featured, Meet the Family, Weston News |July 27, 2017

There’s a new kitchen in town From Left to Right: Head Chef Nick Matush and Sous Chef Ben Minifie. Photo by Lucy Southwell. For those Weston theatre aficionados looking for a well-rounded experience, the Weston Playhouse proudly offers dining before and after all MainStage productions. This season, … Read More
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An Evening with Andrea McArdle  July 24th at 8pm

An Evening with Andrea McArdle July 24th at 8pm

Plays and Events, Weston News |July 19, 2017

Andrea McArdle The Weston Playhouse is thrilled to present An Evening with Andrea McArdle.  This one night only concert event celebrates the great American songbook as performed by Broadway legend Andrea McArdle and her accompanist and music director. Audiences will be taken on a musical journey that reaches from the sounds of Tin Pan Alley to … Read More
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Lost in Yonkers Begins July 20th

Lost in Yonkers Begins July 20th

Plays and Events, Weston News |July 5, 2017

Elizabeth Franz The Weston Playhouse continues its season of award winners with the Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning comedy, Lost in Yonkers. This Neil Simon classic is made even more memorable with the Weston stage debut of Tony winner Elizabeth Franz in the central role of Grandma Kurnitz. Set … Read More
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Vermont Premiere of Tenderly Beginning July 13th

Vermont Premiere of Tenderly Beginning July 13th

Plays and Events, Weston News |July 4, 2017

Susan Haefner (Rosemary Clooney) and Samuel Lloyd, Jr. (Bing Crosby) singing “How About You?”. Photo by Tim Fort (Director).   Next on the Weston Playhouse’s intimate OtherStages is the Vermont Premiere of the new musical Tenderly, starring Weston favorites Susan Haefner and Samuel Lloyd, Jr., seen in last summer’s … Read More
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Vermont Premiere of Once Beginning June 27th

Vermont Premiere of Once Beginning June 27th

Plays and Events, Weston News |June 16, 2017

This Vermont premiere is a must-see. Once won eight awards at the 2012 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Based on the film of the same name, Once also won the 2008 Academy Award for Best Original Song. This musical hit from stage to screen will open the 2017 Mainstage season … Read More
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Really Rosie Begins the 2017 OtherStages Season on June 21

Really Rosie Begins the 2017 OtherStages Season on June 21

Plays and Events, Weston News |June 16, 2017

Do you have an appetite for some satisfying family fun? Come enjoy some “Chicken Soup with Rice” on “Avenue P” with this year’s Young Company production of Really Rosie! Opening the 2017 OtherStages series is the genius collaboration from the writers of Where the Wild Things Are and Beautiful. Really … Read More
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Who’s Who: A Look at the 2017 Young Company

Who’s Who: A Look at the 2017 Young Company

Cast and Crew, Featured, Meet the Family |June 12, 2017

Weston’s Young Company has been one of the most treasured programs since its start in 2000. The Young Company, lovingly known as "The YoCo," consists of a group of eight non-Equity actors who are either attending or have recently graduated from a conservatory or undergraduate training program. Since its creation, a number of Young Company alumni have gone onto grace the Broadway stage in blockbuster favorites, which include LES MISERABLES, WICKED, and BOOK OF MORMON. Read More
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Meet the Peeps: Director of Development

Meet the Peeps: Director of Development

Cast and Crew, Featured, Meet the Family |February 28, 2016

Before Charma Bonanno was a development director, a financial manager, or a mom, she was an actor. She performed in theatres across the country, including several summers here in Weston as Velma Kelly in Chicago, Lucy Brown in The Three Penny Opera, and Prudie Cupp in Pump Boys and Dinettes, opening the Rod & Gun Club’s first season ever. Find out what it takes to make great theatre ... on the blog! Read More
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Exploring the American Masters

Exploring the American Masters

Plays and Events |December 26, 2015

Building on a rich tradition of titles like A Raisin in the Sun, Death of A Salesman, and To Kill A Mockingbird, Weston's American Masters Series is a five-year commitment to producing an American classic each season with artists of national importance. Supported by the National Endowment for the Arts. Read More
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