Photo Exhibit, Theatre on Tap at Railroad Playhouse
Published On Wednesday, January 12, 2011 By Newburgh Editor. Under: News.
A photo by Stevie Ray Soloway from an exhibit this month at the Railroad Playhouse Gallery.
The Railroad Playhouse is moving full steam into the new year with an art show, theater performance and workshop at their new space in the West Shore Train Station in Newburgh.
Check out the landscape photography of Stevie Ray Soloway in a grand Gallery Opening this Saturday, January 15, from 7 to 9 pm and see how his photos present an ethereal tone to untouched areas of Staten Island. Stevie Ray is the father of Railroad Playhouse artist director Seth Soloway and all sales will benefit the theater.
The following weekend, January 21-22, the public is invited to a performance of a chilling tale of a real life serial killer in England. Cabot Parsons directs Howard Brenton’s Christie in Love, a play that gives viewers a window into the motivation and psychology of the killer. The piece will be performed by Kyle Bosch, David H. Cohen and Jeffrey Foley.
The next day, if you want to polish up your audition monologue and learn audition tips and techniques, artistic director Seth Soloway is offering a three-hour audition Monologue Master Class at the theater. With over 12 years of professional directing experience, Seth will work with you to fine-tune your audition monologue while providing insider tips and techniques to help you land your next gig!
For times and ticket information for all of these events, visit the Railroad Playhouse online atwww.rrplayhouse.org.
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