The Woodstock Players return to
the Byrdcliffe Theater with a Staged Reading of
Friday August 5th at 8.00 pm and Sunday August 7th at 4.00 pm
at the Byrdcliffe Theater, 380 Upper Byrdcliffe Rd. Woodstock 12498
Tickets are $10 at the door - CASH ONLY.
Seats can be reserved by calling 845 901 2893
or by sending a message via the Contact Page on this website.
The play Features Mik Horowitz as Peter van Wyck, Mourka as Alice, and Carey Harrison as Father Bruch
About the play: Harrison's new play picks up the story of Peter van Wyck, a character whose misdeeds in "I WON'T BITE YOU" (scroll down for a synopsis of that play) later lead him from Holland to Cuba and eventually Brazil in search of redemption. This shorter sequel - one hour fifty minutes, with an interval - can be enjoyed in the air-conditioned comfort of the NEW, REFURBISHED Byrdcliffe Theater.
Mik Horowitz, the celebrated 'stand-up tragedian,' continues his association with The Woodstock Players, following his appearance as Clov in Endgame, and before that as Spinoza in Midget In a Catsuit Reciting Spinoza. Mourka returns, too, following her Byrdcliffe Festival appearance as the psycho-therapist in Hitler's Therapist, for the Woodstock Players. Carey Harrison, whose ninth play for the Woodstock Players this will be, previously appeared for them as Hamm in Endgame, as Sir John Dee in Magus, and as Old Rex in Rex & Rex.
Carey Harrison is Hamm David Smilow is Nagg Sarah Chodoff is Nell Mikhail Horowitz is Clov
...an outstanding production of End Game. What a good choice of this play. At least to me, it amplified this most secretive inner dialogue concerning resignation in both life, and death. (Kim Alderman)
An excellent Endgame! Enjoyed it immensely. Carey Harrison and Mik Horowitz made me really feel it, and made me laugh. The parents - perfect. As always Claire Lambe’s design is just right, the set, costumes, props, all hit the mark. Direction, stage management...lights, tech. WOW. That intimate little Byrdcliffe stage was charged . (Joan Elliot)
You guys got it DOWN! I think Sam B'd proud! (Barbara Lubell)
Fantastic production...kudos all around! (Tom Grasso, editor of Roll Magazine)
Wonderful performances by all - and Claire's witty set and costumes always a delight! (Carole Bugge, novelist and playwright)Click to return to Top of page or here to Contact Us