Silverthorne’s response to the COVID 19 crisis

(updated 8/18/20)

It will come as no surprise that Silverthorne’s plans have had to change drastically in the light of the ongoing COVID 19 outbreak. The health and well-being of our personnel, volunteers and audience members must be our first consideration. We are closely monitoring state and federal directives regarding live indoor performances and will not proceed unless we are able to ensure that we can meet all requirements for safety.
In the meantime, we have moved several events to online formats! Please check out our SPECIAL EVENTS and READING SERIES tabs for upcoming live streamed performances.
  • June 18  – Theater Thursday New Play Reading Series #1. PRIDE@PREJUDICE by Daniel Elihu Kramer, directed by Chris 
  • June 26 – AN EVENING WITH RUTH DRAPER, featuring Penney Hulten
  • July 16 – Theater Thursday reading #2 – Soldier Poet, by Darcy Parker Bruce. Directed by Daniel Elihu Kramer. A co-production with Chester Theater.
  • August 20 – Theater Thursday #3 – Distant Music, by James McLindon. Directed by Penney Hulten.
  • The Short & Sweet (tiny) New Play Festival, scheduled for April 24-May 9, will be re-scheduled for performance ONLINE for two weeks in September.  Details of dates, plays and access to the performances will be forthcoming soon.
  • Our Volunteer Training Day was scheduled for March 29 at Hawks & Reed. No plans for a new date can be made at this time. Thanks for your continued support for STC!
  • We have made the decision to postpone the previously announced 2020-2021 season shows until next year, with dates to be determined when it is deemed safe to return to live performance in Hawks & Reed. We will continue to keep you posted with the latest information. Season ticket holders will receive individual communications from Silverthorne.

Peter Wortsman’s gripping solo piece, woven from a series of interviews conducted in Vienna in 1975 with witnesses to and survivors of the Holocaust, the scene of Western Civilization’s worst excesses.

featuring Keith Langsdale as The Old Man

Streaming online November 13th & 14th @ 7:30 p.m. Tickets on sale now!

This production is a fundraiser for Silverthorne Theater Company. There will be a free live Zoom discussion with the playwright immediately following the viewing on Friday, November 13th.

Due to strong language this show is not recommended for anyone under 16 years of age.

THANKS TO ALL OF YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUING SUPPORT IN THESE DIFFICULT TIMES. Please consider a donation to Silverthorne to help us pay the bills that can’t be postponed!

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