Plays, musicals and readings; one-person shows and full-cast productions; black-box minimalism and tromp l’oeil sets with trapdoors and pulleys. The Depot Stage hosts a world of creativity.
June 23, 8 p.m.
Simply Streisand is a celebration of Ms. Barbra Streisand, her legendary career and the music she made famous. At Simply Streisand, you’ll hear tunes including melodies she belted out in the small nightclubs of Greenwich Village, to her 70's disco-infused period, straight through to the mega ballads that have come to define her work. Starring a stellar cast of Broadway voices as well as local favorites, think People, You Don’t Bring Me Flowers, Evergreen, The Way We Were and… to coincide with this special Hello, Dolly! anniversary, a heavy dose of the music she performed in the classic film from 20th Century Fox, in which the Depot Theatre is prominently featured.
Hosted by Phil Geoffrey Bond
Music Direction by John Fischer
John Convertino, bass
Ryan McBride, Drums
Hello, Jerry!: The Music of Jerry Herman
Sept. 29, 8 p.m.
In celebration of the music of the man who gave us Hello, Dolly! The Philipstown Depot Theatre is pleased to present an evening dedicated to not only hits from that landmark musical, but also Mame, La Cage aux Folles, Mack & Mabel, Milk & Honey, Dear World and numerous television projects. Accompanied by a group of stellar musicians, look for tunes including Put on Your Sunday Clothes, Elegance, I Am What I Am, Time Heals Everything, It’s Today, … the list goes on! Starring a cast of Broadway and local luminaries and hosted by Broadway historian Phil Geoffrey Bond.