10th ANNIVERSARY SEASON
of the Summer Theatre Festival Revival and the Reopening of
THE RENOWNED WOODSTOCK PLAYHOUSE
Thank you to our 2020 Theatre Festival Sponsors, the community leaders who sustain and care for the Woodstock Playhouse and our community during this time of COVID-19 shut down and always.
Please frequent their businesses to show your appreciation for their leadership. Click on their ads to follow the link.
This Summer season we are putting the health and safety of our community and artists first.
With that being stated, it is with great sadness that we have to announce that what would have been our 10th anniversary season under the current leadership of the Woodstock Playhouse, our 2020 Summer Theatre Festival has been canceled. While in the upcoming months we may see a change moving us slowly from our isolation to resuming ‘normal’ activities, our concern for the public health and safety has led our board of directors to this unavoidable and unanimous decision.
We are grateful to our summer sponsors, their logos and links posted below, for their continued support; support which will help us, in some part, to maintain the Woodstock Playhouse until the time comes when we feel it is safe to reopen our doors.
A fantastic season was ahead of us; a season which included ‘Anything Goes’, ‘The Will Rogers Follies’, ‘Blithe Spirit’, ‘Charlotte’s Web’ and ‘Cabaret’; all with a magnificent cast, crew and staff assembled, ready and eager for the first day of rehearsal and opening day.
Above all else, we wish you and your loved-ones good health, safety and comfort during this time.
We understand that these are financially difficult times for many, but if you are in a position to be able to show your support during this austere time, a period of time since March, which will amount to at least six months of being dark for the Woodstock Playhouse, we would be ever so grateful. No gift is too small nor too great for you to be recognized as a member of our circle of friends at the iconic Woodstock Playhouse. Along with our sponsors, your name will be posted on both the homepage and donor page of our website, proudly displaying your role in sustaining the longevity of live performances at the Woodstock Playhouse.
Yours in solidarity and with gratitude,
Randy Conti, Executive Director
Diane Stein, President
Douglas Farrell, Company Manager
Or mail a check to:
Woodstock Playhouse, 103 Mill Hill Road, Woodstock NY 12498
If you are looking to donate through Guidestar or NYS Charities,
we are listed as Pan American Dance Foundation, Inc.
The Pan American Dance Foundation, Inc.
is a Local Non-Profit Organization dba/Woodstock Playhouse
& New York Conservatory for the Arts
Honorary Board Member
Peter Yarrow of ‘Peter, Paul & Mary’
Jack Creviston Niki Gatos Carlene Hummell Roger Gindi Diane Godfrey Michael Gugliotti, Jr. Christine Hein Laura Mason David Oakes Bonnie Rubenstein
Honorary Board Members Emeritus
Peter Cambariere Vincent DeBiase Jessica Morton
The Pan American Dance Foundation, Inc. is a Not-for-Profit Organization 501c3 whose purpose is to promote, cultivate, sponsor, develop, aid and advance the public interest in and appreciation of the Performing and Fine Arts through year-round educational and performance projects and programming.
Summer Theatre Festival 2020 Community Leaders Sponsors:
Summer Theatre Festival 2020 Friends
Stuart & Susan Auchincloss
Ronald & Mary Ellen Calabro
Elizabeth & Thomas Carroll
Precision Care Software In Memory of Patrick Casillo
Jane Raymond Ciarcia
Walter Crump & Richard Merrill
Leslie & Steven Dawson
Lucy & Ned Goldfarb
Robert Inglish & Craig Wood
The Katz Family Charitable Fund
Ellie & Rick Kramer
The Leach Family
Marshall & Sterling Insurance
The Maurice A. Recanati Foundation, Inc.
Scot H. Rider
Lily May Spada
Sophia Lynn Spada
Joey Wall & Family
The Woodstock Playhouse is a member site of the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area which protects, promotes, and interprets the nationally significant resources of the Hudson River Valley for the benefit of our Nation.
The Woodstock Playhouse's Official Performing Arts Studio at the New York Conservatory for the Arts
with Year-Round Classes in Acting, Dancing and Singing...Click here to visit our official Performing Arts Studio Website
The Gallery at the Woodstock Playhouse
Visit the Artists' Galleries Online
While the gallery at the Woodstock Playhouse remains on pause, please visit the websites of our current exhibitors, painter Allan Skriloff and photographer Elliott Landy. When contacting them, please be sure to mention the Woodstock Playhouse as a percentage of all sales through the playhouse will benefit the iconic site to sustain and ensure its place in our community and region during these uncertain times.
Allan Skriloff attended Pratt institute in 1962 and 1963, then transferred to Parsons School of Design, studying interior design. He studied at the Art Students League in 1954 and 1964, and then on and off for the next decade. Allan has had shower at Ok Harris and Jakendoff Bochi Gallery in SoHo NYC. He’s also shown at General Electric Headquarters , Manhattan College. An amusing Allan factoid: he’s had 6 paintings on The Days of Our Lives soap opera, over the course of several episodes that took place in a gallery. His work has also showed at Woodstock Art Association, Hunter Gallery, displayed and loan at the Emerson Resort, an award-winning four-diamond property here in the Hudson valley. Several of his Oil Worker paintings were purchased by Precision Drilling in Houston Texas. Allan is represented by Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson New York.
His work can be seen on his web site fineartbyskriloff.com. But to see all of his work go to houzz.com/pro/interioranalysis and scroll down to MY OTHER LIFE. He can be reached at 845-679-6325 if you wish to speak to him and see his work in person.
Elliott Landy, born in 1942, began photographing the anti-Vietnam war movement and the underground music culture in New York City in 1967.
He photographed many of the underground rock and roll superstars, both backstage and onstage, from 1967 to 69.
His images of Bob Dylan and The Band, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Joan Baez, Van Morrison, Richie Havens, and many others documented the music scene during that classic rock and roll period which culminated with the 1969 Woodstock Festival, of which he was the official photographer.
After that, Elliott moved on to other inspirations and art forms, photographing his own children and travels, creating impressionist flower photographs and doing motion and kaleidoscopic photography in both still and film formats.
His photographs have been published worldwide for many years in all print mediums including covers of Rolling Stone, Life, the Saturday Evening Post, etc. and album covers, calendars, photographic book collections, etc.
He has published Woodstock Vision, The Spirit of A Generation, in book and CD-ROM format, and authored the book Woodstock 69, The First Festival.
He is currently publishing a series of limited edition lithographs of his classic rock photographs. To view and purchase his photographs and merchandise, click here to visit his website.