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Virtual Staged Reading Series

Summer Night: Anna & Helen, two friends in a small town.  Helen married Charles and her life gradually no longer included Anna.  The town was recently the scene of a grisly murder of Lavinia, a popular friend of Ana & Helen.  Anna unexpectedly calls Helen, asking her to come over to her big empty house because she’s nervous about the murder, but they find out that they both need protection from the murderer! 

 

Black Door:   Harold Landry, an aspiring history & archeology professor with a passion for exploring and discovery.  He’s in the midst of an archeological treasure hunt in a very rural section of Mexico.  Harold finds something more than he bargained for when he teams up with Rosalia, daughter of an adventurous Mexican grandfather who has a secret. 

Performance
 

This virtual, LIVE, staged reading will be hosted on Zoom Join is on March 18, 2023 at 7:00pm ET.  This event is FREE.  Donations gratefully accepted.

This project is made possible in part with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a program of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature and administered in Columbia

County by the Columbia County Council on the Arts dba. CREATE Council for the Arts.

We are pleased to be offering our 4th consecutive year of Virtual Staged Readings.  Join us!

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(Click the button to get the Zoom Link emailed to you!

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Live on Stage

STRANGER IN THE ATTIC is set in the country home of freelance writer Brian Hollander and his wife Dana, their quiet life is unexpectedly upset by the arrival of a stranger named Kendrick, who is offering an exclusive story to Brian about a murder that has not happened yet!  Brian pursues discussions of the story with Kendrick, and meets his neighbors Douglas and Margaret Brendan who tell Brian and Dana a disturbing story about a stranger who may be stalking them.  Detective Nelson comes into the play to try and unravel these interlocking stories and prevent a murder from happening! 

 

Author John Kaasik is a prolific & award winning writer of mystery dramas, including Assassin’s New Friend, Murder by Mistake, and Piano Lessons for Dad, awarded Honorable Mention by the New Works of Merit play competition  He also writes comedies such as The Servant’s Last Serve where a wealthy Londoner wills his estate to his cat.  

Performances of Stranger in the AtticThe Lady And The Clarinet are 2 weekends only:  May 12th, 13th & 14th, and the following weekend of May 19th, 20th & 21st, 2023.

 

Performances will be held at the Claverack Free Library

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Saturday performances are at 7:30pm and Sunday matinees are at 3pm.

 

 Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for Students & Seniors and can be purchased by calling 518-329-6293

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