Coming online May 4, 2020 –


Days of Possibilities, by Rich Orloff, is a play based on letters and interviews with students who attended Oberlin College during the 1960’s. Mixing monologues and simple “story theater” scenes, Days of Possibilities charts the journey of one college’s response to the Vietnam War. Although the play is about another era, its message of hope in the face of uncertainty will resonate with this time. 

Adapted for performance online, the play will be read by 21 Silverthorne actors on Monday, May 4, 2020, the 50th anniversary of the Kent State shootings.
The performance will be streamed to Silverthorne’s Facebook page and recorded for viewing on YouTube after May 4. Check back here for the YouTube link.
For more details, call 413-768-7514 or write to: silverthornetheater@gmail.com.  


 The Short & Sweet (tiny) New PlayFestival has been postponed indefinitely. New dates will be posted as soon guidelines for offering live theatrical performances are announced. Our first concern must be for our audience and our actors. We are committed to returning to produce the Festival when it is safe to do so.

Short & Sweet (tiny) New Play Festival
Silverthorne Theater Company presents Short & Sweet: A Festival of (tiny) New Plays. The Festival will consist of two weekends of 8 short plays per week, in which two ensembles of six actors, Week 1 & Week 2 will perform a total of 16 plays. Audience members will choose their top four favorites each night.
Then the third weekend will feature the plays chosen by the audience from each of the previous weeks for a satisfying revisit to the most popular performances. 
Many of these 10-14 minutes plays were written by local Valley playwrights and range from the comic to the serious to the absurd! Festival Ticket passes offer flexible discounted attendance for all three weekends!

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