1. Caught on tape.
An experimental sound play rooted in Appalachia, Runnin’ Down the Mountain tells the story of two siblings living alone with their familial ghosts.
After a successful trial run last summer, the creative team is ready to give the play its due — and seeking support to make the production a success, produce the premiere, and eventually take the show on the road. Help raise the curtain on our Project of the Day.

    Caught on tape.

    An experimental sound play rooted in Appalachia, Runnin’ Down the Mountain tells the story of two siblings living alone with their familial ghosts.

    After a successful trial run last summer, the creative team is ready to give the play its due — and seeking support to make the production a success, produce the premiere, and eventually take the show on the road. Help raise the curtain on our Project of the Day.

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  2. 75 years young.
It’s the 75th anniversary of John Steinbeck’s seminal novel of the Great Depression, Of Mice and Men, and the themes of economic collapse, social discord, and friendship continue to resonate today.
In a tribute to this endlessly timely masterpiece, Hudson Theatre Works is inaugurating their very first season with a production of the play — our Project of the Day.

    75 years young.

    It’s the 75th anniversary of John Steinbeck’s seminal novel of the Great Depression, Of Mice and Men, and the themes of economic collapse, social discord, and friendship continue to resonate today.

    In a tribute to this endlessly timely masterpiece, Hudson Theatre Works is inaugurating their very first season with a production of the play — our Project of the Day.