(Cambridge, NY February 16, 2017) Hubbard Hall and the adjacent Battenkill Books are thrilled to be producing Karen Zacarías’ hilarious The Book Club Play, opening March 4 at Hubbard Hall’s Freight Depot, and would like to invite you to a pre-show conversation at Battenkill Books on Saturday, February 25 at 2pm. Joined by members of the…
(Cambridge, NY February 16, 2017) Beat Winter’s Blues and Swing into your Spring by coming to Blues & Brews – a Smokin’ Hot Fundraiser for Hubbard Hall! Listen to the hot sounds of the Roadside Blues Band and enjoy some warming chili, corn bread, and desserts! All ages are invited (ID is required to partake…
The Farming Plays Project is an ongoing, ensemble-based new work created in collaboration with hundreds of local public school students and members of the farming community in Washington and Rensselaer counties.
Two Christmas choices. At the Ghent Playouse, you can replicate the British panto tradition while further upstate, at Hubbard Hall in Cambridge, NY they celebrate the tastes, sights, and sounds of a Traditional French Christmas.
The pre-story of Peter Pan and his adventures. Beginning with a preview performance on October 8, the family show runs weekends until October 23.
Inspired by The Naked I: Monologues From Beyond The Binary by Tobias K. Davis, the 20% Company Twin Cities takes the idea of a monologue-based play to a new level and boldly explains and explores the land beyond ‘male’ and ‘female’.
Fierce, angry and funny too, The Iliad remains a great story. An epic journey. And promises to be a tour-de-force performance running from April 23 to May 17.