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For the past ten years Hudson
Theatre Works has been committed to bringing thought-provoking and high
quality, live theater to the community. We have a tremendous
amount of pride in being a non-profit arts organization whose goal is
to ensure that the cost of a ticket doesn’t deter anyone from
experiencing the power of live performance.
We know you share our passion
for the theater, and we thank you for your support over the past
decade. Together we pushed the boundaries of creativity in our
unique space inside the former Woodrow Wilson School.
We are now thrilled to announce
that Hudson Theatre Works will have a new future home! In
recognition of our contribution to the arts and culture in Weehawken,
Hudson Theatre Works has been given the opportunity to utilize the
future Performing Arts Center currently planned for the Weehawken
This is a huge honor, and we
couldn’t be happier to have our productions, classes and workshops
enjoyed by an even wider audience in a more accessible
venue. We are also looking forward to being of further
benefit to Weehawken’s economic and cultural vitality.
The Show Will Go On
Hudson Theatre Works’ exciting
2023/2024 Season will still be at the Wilson School this fall,
consisting of a production of "Dancing Lessons," by Mark St.
Germain, with Amanda Evans and Bess Miller. This will be followed by
"Pinter X 2", consisting of "The Dumbwaiter," and
"The Lover." With Quinn Cassavale, Kevin Cristaldi, Todd
Hilsee and Frank Licato. Directed by Adrian Wattenmaker and Frank
Licato. We will also have a Holiday show and a children's show.
This will be followed in the
winter/spring, inone of our temporary spaces, with "The Thin
Place," by Lucas Hanth and possibly "Glengarry Glen
We will continue at the Wilson
School through the fall, at which time the town will begin their plans
to restore the building back into an education facility. In the
winter/spring we will pick up at either the Weehawken Water Tower or
Weehawken Rosevelt School. In any case, until the new Performing
Arts Center opens, we promise to keep bringing you adventurous and
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation and once again, we thank you for your continued
support and look forward to seeing you in the near future!