Arts at the Chocolate Factory

Arts at the Chocolate Factory

54 Elizabeth Street, Red Hook, NY 12571

845.475.7973

artsatthefactory@gmail.com




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THE 2nd ANNUAL DIRECTOR'S CHALLENGE
For the second year we will presenting six short plays each with a different director. Audience members will vote for their favorite play and after the last performance the director with the most votes will win the Georgie.
Friday, August 11, Saturday August 12 8 pm. Sunday, August 13 at 3 PM

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Hudson Valley resident Frank Marquette has established a new performance, rehearsal and workshop space called Arts at the Chocolate Factory.  Marquette, owner of Murder Café and Theatre on the Road since 1998,  is offering live entertainment, theatre workshops, acting classes and cutting edge performances in an 1800 square foot space complete with lighting, sound and a newly constructed stage.

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Performances, Workshops & Classes

Everyone can sing. Join us the second Wednesday of every month.



ATTENTION VISUAL ARTISTS!

If you're interested in displaying your work in a warm atmosphere with marketing support, send an email to artsatthefactory@gmail.com. Every event at Arts at the Chocolate Factory will treated as a gallery opening.

Visit our CALENDAR 2017 page for a preview of what's coming!



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“It was a thrill and a pleasure having my plays staged in a weekend run at Arts at the Chocolate Factory, under Frank Marquette's expert and experienced guidance and care. I look forward to again having my work performed in this comfortable, actor-friendly space--and before its uniformly receptive audiences!”

-Tom Cherwin, playwright/director

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​“I recently had the privilege of producing my play, "My Very First Mid-Life Crisis" at Arts at The Chocolate Factory with Frank Marquette. The space was perfect for the show, which consisted of 4 characters. Frank facilitated all of our production needs and made the entire experience enjoyable. The audience found Arts at The Chocolate Factory to be "A breathe of fresh air," and "reminiscent of the off-Broadway theaters of  NYC."  Frank's space is a true gem for actors and theater-goers alike.”

-Nadeen Currie, playwright