"It was truly amazing to see the characters in my mystery novel, Mother, Murder and Me, brought to life by Frank Marquette and his players. Seeing and hearing them living and breathing as real people was a wonderful experience! An excellent troupe of actors!"
SANDRA GARDNER, novelist, and New York Times contributor
"I want to thank you again for being a part of the Deising's Bakeries event - your presence helped to make the day extra special. "
RALEIGH GREEN, Marketing Specialist, City of Kingston, NY
Arsenic and Old Lace, the classic American comedy by Joseph Kesserling, will be produced and performed by Theatre on the Road on Bannerman Island July 25, 26, 27 and 28. It will also be stated at Unison Arts Center in New Paltz on August 3.
Dracula! Yes, old Drac is back and we've got him. Last year we sold out five performances on Bannerman Island and by popular demand, The Count will return. Performances are scheduled on Bannerman September 27 and 28. Additional performances will be at Columbia Greene Community College in Hudson, NY on October 19th and The Colony in Woodstock, NY on Halloween night, October 31st.
Old Dutch Church Cemetery Tours, Kingston, NY. This year's theme will be the burning of Kingston and set in October, 1777.
Rhinebeck Cemetery Living History Tours, Rhinebeck, NY. Six new characters will be presented, each representing a different period from Rhinebeck's colorful history.
A Christmas Carol: This year we will be celebrating the 20th year of our celebrated, dinner theater version of the Charles Dickens' classic.
Our companion company, Murder Cafe, performs comedy murder mysteries for both the public and private company parties year round. Visit www.murdercafe.net for information.
“We’ve been to quite a few dinner shows and this one is by far the best we’ve ever seen! Thank you so much. Very enjoyable! Costumes professionally done and actors first rate!” – Rhonda Allen, Hudson, NY
Questions? Call 845-475-7973
"Thanks so much for all the research, creativity and theatricality you put into Poe's Last Mystery. We've had very positive response."
JEWEL RATZLAFF, Executive Director, Poughkeepsie Library District
“As a tradition my family and I would go every year to NYC to see the production of A Christmas Carol. We moved to Cold Spring five months ago and was very excited to hear we could see the production at the Hudson House. It wasn’t only excellent it was better than the musical in NYC! The actors were professional and the music and costumes were first rate.” – Mary Ann Giocastro, Cold Spring, NY
Come back often for new show listings, dates and locations.