ARMONK, N.Y. -- Hudson Stage Company is holding new productions in February and March.
Hudson Stage Company presents Brian Quirk's new play, "Warren or Those People," at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Whippoorwill Hall Theatre in North Castle Library.
Also in store for Hudson Stage Company, the annual Young Playwrights Festival will present "I Can't Believe It's Not Memorized" with Briarcliff High School students writing and performing original one-act plays at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 25. The play is directed by Jamie Mandel and Ian Driver.
Tony-award winner and beloved film, television and theater veteran Elizabeth Wilson will attend the Hudson Stage Company reading of "Warren or Those People."
With more than 70 film and television appearances, Wilson has been featured in "Nine to Five," "The Addams Family" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent."
She was a favorite of the late director Mike Nichols, who cast her in his films, including the role of Dustin Hoffman's mother in "The Graduate," "The Day of the Dolphin" and "Regarding Henry" and on Broadway in "Uncle Vanya."
Her numerous critically acclaimed performances on Broadway include "Mornings at Seven" and "You Can't Take It With You."
Wilson will appear along with actor Anthony Arkin (Broadway's "I'm Not Rappaport") and T.V.'s "The Good Wife" and "Blue Bloods" and is directed by Jack Hofsiss (noted Tony award-winning director of the original Broadway production of "The Elephant Man"). The play focuses on the unlikely friendship between an elderly woman and a younger man who is an amateur ichthyologist, highly functioning on the autism spectrum and who becomes her caregiver.
Quirk's plays have been produced throughout the country, most notably the critically successful "Mapplethorpe/The Opening" at the Provincetown Playhouse. His work has been developed in New York City at the Atlantic Theatre Company and Primary Stages.
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