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SHORT & SWEET (tiny) NEW PLAY FESTIVAL February 12-14 @ 7:30 pm 12 actors, 15 short plays representing the finalists chosen from over 400 pieces submitted in 2019 from as far away as New Zealand. Friday, February 12 will feature 8 plays directed by Julian Findlay. Saturday, February 13 will have 7 plays under the direction of Ben Ware. Each night the audience members will have a chance to vote for their top 4 favorite shows, and Sunday, February 14, the top 8 shows will be streamed! Tickets available here: https://stc.booktix.com/

Holiday Tales for Winter Evenings

Watch our Holiday Tales on our YouTube channel, available ALL DECEMBER!  Our holiday gift to you, all month long!  Some of Silverthorne’s favorite actors have joined with STC friends and family members to bring you a special series full of song, music and spoken word for the Holiday Season. FREE curated collections of performances for Youngsters, Not So Young Kids, and Adults.

Silverthorne Actors Bewitched Halloween at Highland!

Silverthorne Actors Bewitched Halloween at Highland! Silverthorne actors took part in the Greenfield Recreation Department’s first-ever Halloween at Highland Park Drive-Thru event on Thursday, October 30. Working at the Greenfield Business Association’s station which featured Witches and Black Cats were Stephanie Carlson (at the potions table), Kimberly Salditt-Poulin being very witchy, Thom Griffin whose vampire checked with occupants of each car whether they had donated blood lately, and Kim’s son Zac who was a cheerful warlock! Lucinda Kidder stirred a cauldron full of eye-of-newt stew for take-out customers. Over 570 cars drove through the park over the two-hour period of the event and all agreed that despite the cold, it was a fantastically fun way to celebrate a [read more]

Call for Entries – Survivors’ Voices: Works of Resilience

In conjunction with our mission to promote unheard voices, Silverthorne Theater Company is assisting with this important project by Time To Tell. SURVIVORS' VOICES: Works of Resilience Written and Read by Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Call for Written Entries: Due by 8 p.m. November 11, 2020 Live Zoom Event: January 22, 23, 24, 2021 Submission Guidelines Submissions due by 8:00 p.m. on November 11, 2020 Submission Form Thank you for considering a submission to Survivors’ Voices: Works of Resilience Written and Read by Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse. We already know that you are courageous and resilient---even if you decide not to submit anything! Our Goal: Our goal is to support the creative and courageous voices [read more]

The Tattooed Man Tells All: STC presents previously filmed play about stories from the Holocaust

Silverthorne Theater Company to present previously filmed play about stories from the Holocaust from the GREENFIELD RECORDER Silverthorne Theater will again bring to local audiences an important piece of dramatic writing:  The Tattooed Man Tells All, a collection of stories about the Holocaust performed by New York Playwright Peter Wortsman. His gripping solo piece was woven from a series of interviews conducted, on a fellowship from the Thomas J. Watson Foundation, in Vienna in 1975 with witnesses to and survivors of the Holocaust. Silverthorne's filmed version of the play will be broadcast online by Silverthorne Theater Company on Nov. 13 and 14 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available at stc.booktix.com. The production is a fundraiser [read more]

Halloween Highland Drive-Thru Experience!

HALLOWEEN AT HIGHLAND DRIVE-THRU EXPERIENCE The Greenfield Recreation Department, in partnership with businesses and agencies throughout the City, is planning a contact-less drive through Halloween experience at Highland Park. DATE: Friday, October 30, 2020 TIME: 4:00 - 6:00 pm LOCATION: Highland Park, Greenfield Enter via Highland Avenue Join us for a 3/4 mile drive full of Halloween sights. Participants must stay in their vehicles at all times. Speed Limit is 5MPH. Masks required for all attendees. Costumes encouraged. Halloween Treat Bags distributed to the first 2000 children. Find out more here! Silverthorne actors will participate in costume in the Greenfield Recreation Department's Halloween at Highland Drive Thru Experience. They will be representing Silverthorne as a member [read more]

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