Rock Academy presents A TRIBUTE TO QUEEN
January 24 & 25, 2020
Queen was and is one of the greatest bands in history with a career that has spanned almost half a century. Rock Academy is proud to bring 2 full sets of Queen’s legacy to the Woodstock Playhouse, performed by students aged 8-18. It’s a kinda magic that will send you off singing into the night! ...CLICK HERE TO READ MORE AND PURCHASE TICKETS
Woodstock Symphony Orchestra presents
'A Spring Celebration', An Orchestral Concert
April 4, 2020
Join the Woodstock Symphony Orchestra and Maestro Jonathan Handman on Saturday, April 4th at 7:30 p.m. as they present a program including Berlioz, Copeland, and Weiniavski with solo violinist, Sarah Tusch. Maestro Jonathan Handman, Hudson Valley conductor and cellist, is a co-founder and Artistic Director of the Stringendo Orchestra....CLICK HERE TO READ MORE AND PURCHASE TICKETS
As we begin casting for our upcoming 2020 Summer Theatre Festival, we share this pictorial review in celebration our outstanding cast and crew of the Woodstock Playhouse 2019 Summer Theatre Festival.
WOODSTOCK PLAYHOUSE GIFT CERTIFICATES
Are you looking for a wonderful gift for someone? Why not give the gift of Theatre, Music, Film and more? Gift Certificates which can be used for ALL EVENTS at the Woodstock Playhouse can easily be purchased on line or by phone at 845-679-6900. If you need it right away, no need to worry; an emailed and printable certificate can be sent to you within 24 hours. If you'd like a card, you can arrange to have it mailed to you or your loved one. Click here to purchase a gift certificate online, or give us a call.
May there be joy in your hearts and friendship to lift you up throughout the year ahead. Cheers!
The Gallery at the Woodstock Playhouse
The signed Iconic Photographs of Elliott Landy, legendary local and official photographer of the Woodstock '69 Festival, are now on exhibit in the galleries of the Woodstock Playhouse. Elliott Landy's photographs document the music scene during that classic rock and roll period which culminated with the 1969 Woodstock Festival. All stellar, iconic photographs are available for purchase.
Additionally on display, there is a collection of Summer 'Woodstock Festival' booklets from 1957 through 1968, an image of Richie Havens on stage at the Woodstock Playhouse in 1968, and more historic posters celebrating the roots of the Woodstock Playhouse and Festival.
You can also view an oil painting on linen created by Artist Mary Elwyn, cousin of Woodstock Playhouse founder, Robert Elwyn. The painting entitled “The Sawkill – Woodstock NY” is signed and inscribed with title and “to commemorate Robert Elwyn and the 75th anniversary of the Woodstock Playhouse” penned on the canvas support framing. The painting is a very rare work of art as Mary Elwyn’s oil paintings are quite limited in number and her family lineage is connected to the very establishment of the hamlet of Woodstock and the Woodstock Playhouse.
Our History wall is a wonderful way to understand and embrace the history of our Playhouse as both a rural extension of Broadway and launching pad for so many careers in major motion pictures, Broadway and television in the fields of performance, design, direction, music and so much more.
Join us for a visual tour of the Playhouse here & now...
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