Bridge Street Theatre Schedule


Bridge Street Theatre

Thru July 10. 2022:

Round the Bend Theatre presents a staged reading of David Bunce’s play “The Mighty Lambs” at Bridge Street Theatre, 44 West Bridge Street in Catskill. Will personal differences and old animosities doom efforts to save a beloved local pub from demolition? Find out Saturday July 9th and Sunday July 10th at 7:30pm. For more information, visit BridgeStreetTheatre.org.

Thru July 16, 2022:

Bridge Street Theatre and Catwalk Institute present Marion Spencer’s “to love the rise/pt 2”, a collaboratively created dance/theater piece set in a post-apocalyptic utopia built on the detritus of our current world. One performance only, Saturday July 16th at 7:30pm on the Bridge Street Theatre Mainstage, 44 West Bridge Street in Catskill. For more information, visit BridgeStreetTheatre.org.

Thru July 23, 2022:

Bridge Street Theatre in Catskill presents Michael Moss’s “Roots to Shoots”, Saturday night July 23rd at 8:00pm. Two sets of amazing jazz, featuring the world premiere of James Dashow’s “Quantum Butterfly/Adjacent Possibilities”, an immersive electroacoustical experience with the musicians circling the space, enveloping the audience in sound. For further information, visit BridgeStreetTheatre.org.

Thru August 14, 2022:

An eclectic group of sixth graders arrives at “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”, each eager to win for very different reasons, in this delightfully quirky Summer Youth Musical performed by an all-student cast. Thursdays through Sundays August 4th-14th at the Bridge Street Theatre, 44 West Bridge Street in Catskill. For more information, visit BridgeStreetTheatre.org.

Thru August 21, 2022:

Two very special Rainbow Pride Parade Weekend Cabaret performances coming to Catskill’s Bridge Street Theatre! On Saturday August 20th at 7:30pm, the handsome and charming Tom Judson sings songs about the moon in “Tom Judson is Looney!”. And on Sunday August 21st at 2:00 in the afternoon, lush voiced Sarah Ferro sings about love, loss, and learning to live again in “Beautifully Broken”. For more information, visit BridgeStreetTheatre.org.

For more information contact John Sowle, john@bridgest.org, 518-943-3894 (Office) 518-478-5982 (Cell)