Blue Horse Repertory in three plays by Williams and Durang

“Snatching the eternal out of the desperately fleeting, is the great magic trick of human existence,” wrote Tennessee Williams, in just one of his many musings about life, art and the nature of the creative spirit that will be illuminated in Tennessee Williams, Straight Up With a Twist of Durang, at the Philipstown Depot Theatre at 8 p.m. on March 28.

The Blue Horse Repertory Company will three short works by the two playwrights; actors will include Judy Allen, Elizabeth Breslin, Lora Lee Ecobelli, Andrew Joffe, James Occhino and Nancy Rothman.

The Blue Horse Repertory performs "Tennessee Williams, Straight Up With a Twist of Durang."
The Blue Horse Repertory performs ”Tennessee Williams, Straight Up With a Twist of Durang.”

The Blue Horse Repertory Company is a professional theatre company dedicated to providing an inclusive and collaborative environment where professional actors, writers and musicians can rediscover the classics, develop new work and apply themselves to creating a richer cultural experience for the whole community.

In addition to providing quality performances, the company offers diverse educational opportunities and outreach programs through the Blue Horse Repertory’s Acting School.

Tickets for the performance are $20 for adults and $15 for seniors and students. For reservations and more information, call the Depot Theatre at 845-424-3900. The Depot Theatre is at 10 Garrison’s Landing in Garrison.

The Blue Horse Repertory will also present Three by Tennessee, a staged reading of three Tennessee Williams short plays, at 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 7, at Arts on the Lake, Lake Carmel Arts Center, 640 Route 52 in Kent Lakes. Tickets are $15 and $12 for members. For reservations, call 845-228-AOTL (2685). Visit

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