Time Disappears in Sandra Dutton and Scott Petito’s Family Musical Adventure “J.A.M.O.T: Just a Matter of Time”

Mayhem, magic, and wonders ensue when Time disappears in the World Premiere of “J.A.M.O.T: Just a Matter of Time – the Musical”, a Dutton & Sheridan Creative Production coming to Catskill’s Bridge Street Theatre for four performances only, November 14-17. When a young schoolgirl named Meg is flung into a land where Time has vanished,…

November is Family Fun Month at Catskill’s Bridge Street Theatre

A full month of family entertainment comes to Catskill’s Bridge Street Theatre in November: Frank Cuthbert and Hudson Talbott’s RIVER OF DREAMS takes the stage for four performances November 9th and 10th, Sandra Dutton and Scott Petito’s “JAMOT: Just a Matter of Time” arrives for four performances November 14th through the 17th, and Concrete Temple Theatre’s latest…

Frank D. Gilroy’s “The Subject Was Roses” Comes to Catskill’s Bridge Street Theatre

As the final production in its 2019 Subscription Season, Catskill’s Bridge Street Theatre presents a real American classic – Frank D. Gilroy’s heartwarming 1965 Pulitzer Prize-winning Drama THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES, coming to the theatre’s Mainstage for eight performances only, October 17-27. When 20-year-old Timmy Cleary returns from service in WWII, he finds himself in…

REVIEW: “Better” at Bridge Street Theatre

by DL Simmons The set-up is inspired (literally): In 2010, a respected Alabama biology professor shot and killed three of her colleagues in cold blood. Defeated after a long and humiliating tenure review, the wife and mother of four opened fire in a faculty meeting with a gun her family didn’t even know she carried.…

REVIEW: “Shylock” at Bridge Street Theatre

by Barbara Waldinger Does anyone remember Tubal?  Aside from Shylock, he’s the only Jewish character in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice; in fact, they are the only two Jews in the entire Shakespeare canon. In 1998 Gareth Armstrong, British actor and playwright, wrote and began performing his solo play, Shylock, a take on The Merchant…