Watch for information to come on our Summer Theatre Festival 2023; photo by Leslie Dawson
The Gathering Place for Great Performances at the Gateway to Woodstock, New York; Uniting Country Living with Fulfilled Expectations of Great Quality Performances; Rooted in the Founding of Woodstock: The Town, The Festival and The Destination
The Non-Profit Iconic Site of American Theatre & Music History Established 1938 as One of the First Rural Extensions of Broadway
by Robert Elwyn, A 5th Generation Member of One of Woodstock's Oldest Families
About the Woodstock Playhouse
As a landmark playhouse site in the pages of American Theatre History, the Woodstock Playhouse today is a Not-for-Profit theatre under the ownership & directorship of the Pan American Dance Foundation, Inc., which also owns and operates the New York Conservatory for the Arts of Hurley, NY. The organization has invested their years of growth to purchase, enclose, revitalize and preserve the Woodstock Playhouse, a treasure of national theatrical history, for the current & future generations.
Among the cast members of the celebrated Woodstock Playhouse Productions' Summer Stock Company, many of the emerging professionals have been and can now be seen in lead & featured roles in theatres & venues across America, as leaders at musical theatre institutions, on National Tours, and on Broadway.
Performances by internationally recognized entertainers at the Woodstock Playhouse are a mainstay of its present day as much as throughout its historic tapestry.
The Three Musketeers 2014
Today's Woodstock Playhouse is a vibrant venue featuring a wide range of productions, festivals and events established for the gathering of Woodstockers and visitors to its internationally recognized home of Art, Music, celebrated small town hospitality, and a tapestry of innovative thinkers.