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(((FolkYeah!))) Presents

Bill Callahan

To Purchase tickets and get your order into the hands of our Box Office attendant:  

 

Click on each desired type of ticket you wish to purchase in the 'Online Box Office' purchase area.  Once added, go to your cart through the link at the bottom or top of the page and specify the number of each ticket choice you would like.  

 

Be sure to include your phone number, in case we need to contact you.  Keep in mind that patrons review our house with the same words over and over:  "The Woodstock Playhouse is venue wherein every seat is the best seat in the house." If you wish, follow up with an email requesting any detail specifics about your order/seating to woodstockplayhouseboxoffice@gmail.com 

 

If you prefer to speak to someone in person to order tickets, you may do so by phone to 845-679-6900 .  If an attendant is not available when you phone, please leave a message as to when we may return your call and the best number at which to reach you.

All tickets will be held at the "Will Call Window" at the box office and will be available for pick-up on the day of the performance. All sales are final; no refunds, no exchanges.

TICKET PRICING:

•$30 General Admission/First Come First Serve

 

Each ticket will also include a $4 convenience charge.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 

Doors Open at 7:00 p.m., Show at 8:00 p.m.


The work of the singer-songwriter Bill Callahan has become intensified with purpose over the last 10 years; the songs on “Dream River,” his last studio album, from 2013, can seem as if they were constructed one word at a time, one sound at a time, to be sung in his soft, abstracted baritone voice. Yet, weirdly, the songs aren’t stiff; they’re light-bodied and place trust in the universe. (“I have learned,” he sang in the last lines of “Winter Road,” that record’s final song, “when things are beautiful/to just keep on.”)


Read more at: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/19/arts/music/bill-callahans-dream-river.html

Everything Is Explored, Though Little Is Voiced

Bill Callahan’s ‘Dream River’ from Critic’s Notebook By Ben Ratliff

 

All tickets are $30, General Admission