Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Hudson Theatre Works Announces 10th Season




We have been producing plays now for 10 Years! We are proud to have served our community with challenging and thought-provoking work. No other theatre attempts the repertory of new plays and classics, both modern and established, like we do.


We will start with our children's theatre.

On Saturday and Sunday, September 24 & 25, we will present

Little Red and the Hoods

by Karen Boettcher-Tate

directed by Beatriz Esteban-Messina

(Masks are required)



Next, we follow up with plays written by women.

We begin with


by Sophie Treadwell


The city. A woman is restless. A woman is suffocating. A woman is silenced. The woman revolts. 

Inspired by the infamous 1927 Snyder/Gray murder trial, this rarely performed masterpiece portrays the hardened soul of America in the Machine Age. Machinal follows the life of Young Woman who is constrained by a society that favors men and money.


Next is Little Foxes by Lillian Hellman and then an original play.

We will also present our 10-Minute Festival in December and a special Halloween night of scary plays in our new black box space on October 31.

Starting in January, we will teach classes in playwrighting, acting and improv, and in March we will continue with "PlayWorks," our readings of new plays where the audience can give feedback to the playwright.



We need artists who are engaged in the great social and historic conversations of our time, artists who go beyond the headlines and dig deep to find the complexity, the common humanity, the joy, and the hidden poetry buried in the events that shape our world and our place in it. 

There’s a lot of noise out there and feedback loops that tell you what you already know. But artists go beyond that. They tell a story you haven’t heard yet, in a way you haven’t heard before. They take you on a journey that changes what you think, what you feel, and how you act. Please help us make sure we have the resources we need to help us support our artists, so they can help us understand the world.  

Will you show your support as we set the stage for New Jersey's boldest indie theatre? Donations can be made below, and all amounts are welcome.

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