Hudson Theatre Works’ continues its Virtual Festival. New work will appear every Wednesday at 6 p.m. on Hudson Theatre Works YouTube Channel and Thursday on their Instagram account. Donations to various organizations will be listed.
There is nothing more important to the long-term vitality of American theatre as an art form than the nurturing of new voices. This virtual festival is a way to engage audiences in work by our in house company, the Forge. The Virtual Festival will present readings of new short plays by contemporary, often local playwrights, giving them and the actors involved, an opportunity to share their work in these extraordinary times.
These are new works written especially for the Virtual Festival. Some of the work that is included is by featuring plays by John Patrick Shanley, Sarah T Schwab, Ruth Zamoyta, Neil LaBute, Joanne Hoersch, Jack Canfora, Richard Vetere, Mark SaFranko, Gino Diiorio, Michael Puzzo, Dan O’Brien and many more.
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Hudson Theatre Works is committed to low ticket prices, so everyone can enjoy live theatre. It celebrates ensemble collaboration as well as artistic risk through its permanent company, guest artists, partner institutions and the surrounding community. It is dedicated to a rugged aesthetic which seeks to tell stories, both new and old, classic and contemporary, that reflect our lives, relationships and the world today. Hudson Theatre Works’ primary focus is on bringing a living theatre community to Hudson County, and the wider metropolitan area through performance, affordable pricing, outreach and theatre arts instruction. Hudson Theatre works is a professional Equity company and a proud member of the New Jersey Theatre Alliance.
Hudson Theatre Works is a proud member of the New Jersey Theatre Alliance and is supported in part through gifts from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, UBS Financial and the City and Mayor of Weehawken, New Jersey.