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845-475-7973 or email us at artsatthefactory@gmail.com

Past Performances


2016

  • "Get Lucky Launch Party" featuring Sheila Dee & the Dazzlers
  • "A Taste of Shakespeare"
  • "Hansel and Gretel"
  • "Murder at the Mansion"
  • The Director's Challenge featuring Rich Orloff's "Romantic Fools"
  • Doug Taurel's "American Soldier"
  • "Poe's Last Mystery" by Frank Marquette
  • Murder Cafe's "Haunted Halloween Beauty Pageant"

2017

  • "The Language Archive" by Julia Cho
  • "4000 Miles" by Amy Herzog
  • "Voices from the Other Side" featuring psychic Tina Vesley
  • "Shuttlecock" by Dana Page
  • "My Very First Mid-Life Crisis" by Nadeen Currie
  • "Twisted Cabaret"
  • "Psycho Therapy" and "Herb and Jennifer" by Tom Cherwin
  • "Murder at the MIc" by Murder Cafe
  • "The 2017 Director's Challenge"

WAR OF THE WORLDS

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SEPTEMBER

WHISKEY WOMEN- by Dana Page
Did you know women have long distilled whiskey and owned spirits companies? We'll bring to life four women who'll tell us how they saved the whiskey industry during Prohibition. Set in the 1920s, this play includes period music and redefines America's bootleggers.
Wednesday, September 20th and 9th at 7 PM
$20 general admission, students and seniors $15​​​


THE NOT TOO FAR FROM HOME COMEDY TOUR

Saturday, September 23 at 8 PM

$15 in advance, $20 at door

 

​​ACTING CLASS 
Monday, September 11th at 7 PM

This isn't "the method" or Meisner, folks. This is a crash course on acting without a fourth wall. Frank Marquette will present the Murder Cafe style of acting. This is for anyone who's interested in interactive dinner theatre. It's a combination of standup, improv and legitimate stage acting. It's for the fearless, the loud and the bold. 
$15 donation at door

 

EVERYONE CAN SING - A vocal workshop with Lydia!
Gain the tools you need to uncover your authentic voice. Workshops last about two hours and consist of physical, vocal and mental warm ups, breath training, pitch and ear training, and rhythm and improvisational training. 
Tuesday, September 12th at 7 PM
$20 per person, reservations required. 

MASTER ACTING CLASS WITH SANDE SHURIN

This class is for working actors only and good for all acting techniques. It works for theatre, television and film and is limited to 15 people.

  • Learn to act from your authentic self
  • Access your emotional body, giving you a wider range or emotions
  • Transform who you are into the written character
  • Take bold actions and risks

Saturday, September 23rd at 2 PM

Enrollment is $50 and the class is limited to 15 people. 

Sande Shurin was one of the founding members of the off-off Broadway theater movement in NYC as well as a founding member of OOBA (the off-off Broadway Theatre Alliance). Stage directing: Broadway’s  The Price Of Genius. New York Off and Off-off Broadway:  Sex In Mommyville at the Flea Theater and many plays at such theaters as BAM, Lincoln Center, Playwrights Horizon, The Flea Theater, Carnegie Hall, LA MAMA  and Theater For The New City etc. Her recent staged readings of Bruce Levy’s Sada and Gary Morgensteins’s A Tomato Can’t Grow In The Bronx both led to professional productions. Directing for film: True Love (presented at the Woodstock Film Festival) and Museum Scandals written by her husband Bruce Levy.


OCTOBER

WAR OF THE WORLDS - The 1938 Radio Broadcast!

Adapted by Joe Landry

An alien invasion throws humanity into chaos in the classic sci-fi novel The War of the Worlds--but all it took to cause real-life panic in the streets was Orson Welles's 1938 radio adaptation, which listeners took for news. Your evening will include the full original broadcast. Complete with vintage commercials and live sound effects, this radio-play-within-a-radio-play is a thrilling homage to the form's golden age and timely reminder of what fear can do to a society.​
Friday, October 27th and Monday, October 30th at 7 pm
General admission $20, students and seniors $15


EVERYONE CAN SING - A vocal workshop with Lydia!
Gain the tools you need to uncover your authentic voice. Workshops last about two hours and consist of physical, vocal and mental warm ups, breath training, pitch and ear training, and rhythm and improvisational training. 
Tuesday, October17th at 7 PM
$20 per person, reservations required. 

 

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NOVEMBER

​​ACTING CLASS 
Monday, November 6th at 7 PM
$15 donation at door

OPEN MIC NIGHT
Saturday, November 11th at 8 PM
$5 donation at door. Performers call 845-475-7973 to reserve your spot. 

DECEMBER

COMEDY OPEN MIC NITE - Hosted by Jenny Brooke
We’re looking for mostly comics, some singer songwriters, a story teller or two, the bold, the scared and you!
Saturday, December 9th at 8 PM
$8 donation at door. Performers call 845-475-7973 to reserve your spot. 
 

 

 

 

 

​WHISKEY WOMEN

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