The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival has announced the lineup for the In Process performance series. Now in its 3rd season, the series presents performances of new works featuring members of the HVSF Acting Company. From a new play contest to cabaret performances and the return of Jason O'Connell's one-man show, all performances will take place at the Depot Theater located at 10 Garrison Landing, Garrison, NY. For more information or to purchase tickets please visit, http://philipstowndepottheatre.org/ or call (845)-424-3900.
The 2012 In Process schedule of performances includes:
Monday, August 10th, 8:15pm – Ten Minute Play Festival
An evening of brand new ten-minute plays, read by HVSF company members. The winning playwright gets his/her piece fully produced at Cabaret Au Naturel on August 29. Directed by Valeri Mudek.
Tuesday, August 21st, 7:15pm - Backstage Pass: Theater Sports All-Stars
Back by popular demand, HVSF company members will team up to grapple with the challenge of "no scripts allowed" as they vie to win the title of "Theater Sports All-Stars." Directed by Patrick Halley.
Thursday, August 23rd, 7:15pm - Apotheosis, by Matthew Amendt
The world premier reading of a new play by Minneapolis Ivey Award-winning playwright and HVSF alum (Hamlet, 2011) Matthew Amendt. Directed by Ryan Quinn.
Sunday, August 26 at 7:15 pm - Magic Moment
At The Depot Theatre, a reading by Mike Heintzman, directed by Tom Bloom.
Wednesday, August 29th, 7:15pm - Cabaret Au Naturel, (featuring the winner of the Ten-Minute Play Festival)
A bawdy variety show with something for everyone,HVSF company members display hidden and not-so-hidden talents as they sing, dance, and perform. The night will also include the fully-produced winner of the Ten-Minute Play Festival.
August 2nd, 16th, and 30th at 7:30 pm
August 18th and 24th at 8:00 pm - The Dork Knight, by Jason O'Connell
The world premiere of this funny and personal story written and performed by Jason O'Connell. Audiences first saw the show in workshop form last season. Directed by Terry O'Brien.