Denizen Theatre to Announce Selections for Upcoming Winter Season | Sponsored | Theater | Hudson Valley | Chronogram Magazine
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DENIZEN Theatre, the non-profit arts organization in New Paltz's Waterstreet Market, has selected three new plays for the '19/'20 Winter Season.

After a successful first year, and with eight productions under their belt, DENIZEN's artistic team has been reading submissions in preparation for this winter.

From their inaugural production of "Cal in Camo" by William Francis Hoffman, which examined postpartum depression and familial patterns of abandonment, to “Every Brilliant Thing” by Duncan Macmillan, which explored suicide and hope, the black-box theatre continues to push the boundaries of comfort with their latest choices.

Cal in Camo actors Mike Siktberg and Valerie Lynn Brett. - PHOTO BY RYAN FINZELBER
  • Photo by Ryan Finzelber
  • Cal in Camo actors Mike Siktberg and Valerie Lynn Brett.

Running from December 2019 to March 2020, the three-show season will feature compelling dramas that shed light on relevant issues and the human condition.



“We are both honored and privileged to present this diverse work to our community," says Founder and Producing Artistic Director Harry Lipstein. "Live theatre is a mirror that allows us to take a hard look at ourselves while giving us insight into our future.”

Adaptive Radiation actors Fredi Bernstein and Tepper Saffren - PHOTO BY RYAN FINZELBER
  • Photo by Ryan Finzelber
  • Adaptive Radiation actors Fredi Bernstein and Tepper Saffren

Hudson Valley residents are welcome to join DENIZEN Theatre for the reveal of these daring new plays on Saturday, September 28 at 2:30 pm. The free event will include wine, light appetizers, and a discussion from DENIZEN's artistic directors regarding their excitement for the upcoming season.

If you’d like to attend, you can RSVP by emailing information@denizentheatre.com or calling the DENIZEN box office at 845-303-4136.

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