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Hudson Valley Playwrights Present Four New Short Plays at Morton Memorial Library & Community House

Join Hudson Valley Playwrights as we present four new short plays:

  • “Daddy’s Girl” by Nadeen Currie, March 31 & April 1

It’s spring 1950, and Dorothy and Jack Divine promise their newborn daughter "The American Dream."  Fast forward to 1968, and the Divines are faced with the horrifying truth that their daughter is all grown up and the nation is rapidly changing

  • “Shuttlecock” by Dana Page, / April 7 & 8

Summer ushers in the 1970s and 80s, a time when disco balls, roller rinks and divorce dominate the lives of Starr and her best friend in this hilariously nostalgic reminder of the high times.  By the 1980s, Starr is ready for college and can’t get away from her constantly bickering, embarrassing parents fast enough. *Adult situational comedy for mature audiences only.

  • "Live Free or Die" by Elaine Fernandez April 21 & 22

Fall brings the changing times of the 1990s, with the dawn of the World Wide Web, the Continuous News Network, the Presidency of William Jefferson Clinton and the beginning of NAFTA.  It’s a time of hope and optimism for Starr’s boyfriend Adam Conley, a recent Stanford graduate with good family values and big plans for his future. But it’s all about to change…and

  • “The Note” by Marianna Boncek April 28 & 29

Winter blows in an era of economic change and uncertainty in the new millennium.  A young woman accidentally finds a suicide note written by someone she doesn't know who is about to lose everything.  Unsure of what to do, she decides to return the note to the author. 

A benefit for Morton Memorial Library & Community House

Date:Friday, Apr 21st, 2017
Time:7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:Tickets are $12 per show or $40 for 4 shows.
Contact Phone:(518) 256-0714
Contact Email:hudsonvalleyplaywrights@gmail.com
Contact URL:http://www.hudsonvalleyplaywrights.com
Location: Morton Memorial Library and Community House
82 Kelly St.
Rhinecliff, NY 12574

Levi P. Morton (1824-1920) served as Vice President of the United States, Governor of New York, Congressman from New York City, and Ambassador to France. The building was erected by Anna L. and Levi P. Morton in memory of their daughter Lena for the use of the people of Rhinecliff. It was dedicated......Read more

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