Taconic Stage Company

Carl Ritchie, Producing Artistic Director

Our August, 2017 show will be - "The Last Flapper"  by William Luce. It concerns the fascinating but tragic life of Zelda Fitzgerald - starring Diedre Bollinger and directed by Carl Ritchie.

Performed at St. John in the Wilderness Church, 261 Route 344, Copake Falls, NY: on Aug. 25 and 26 at 7 p.m., and Aug. 20 and 27 at 2 p.m.  Tickets $20 (senior citizens and students pay what you can), click on the link to the right.

AND a free preview on Copake Falls Day - August 19th at 2 p.m. -  courtesy of our sponsors:

Brad Peck Insurance and Herringtons, Inc .  

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Send email to  TaconicStage@aol.com  

Donations can be made by mail (address below) or online (coming soon) by clicking the link above. TSC is a registered 501(C) 3 non-profit and your greatly appreciated donation is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Taconic Stage Company is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to enrich, educate and entertain our community in Columbia County by providing professional quality musical and non-musical theatre and concert productions as well as encouraging and nurturing local talent and providing low-cost or free access to the arts for students, the elderly and the physically or mentally handicapped.

Taconic Stage Company, 

240 Island Drive, 

Craryville, NY 12521

 



(Some of our previous productions pictured above)

"THE LAST FLAPPER"

Based on her letters and stories, this fascinating one-woman play is the definitive portrait of Mrs. F. Scott Fitzgerald: the glamorous, fun loving and tragic Zelda. Luce reveals the contradictions and mysteries of an extraordinary woman while fashioning a moving yet witty play. Set in an insane asylum in Asheville, NC on the last day of her life, Zelda tells of her innocent rebellion as a southern belle, of her destructive marriage and of her mental disintegration.

NOTE: Some of the pictured productions were performed at CTC where our Artistic Director, Carl Ritchie, was either producer, director, writer or performer. The most recent are from productions of the Taconic Stage Company. All photos by Carl Ritchie except for the three he is in - with Chase Crosley - in Driving Miss Daisy - and Susan Fullerton - in Private Lives . Those were by Bob Sacks. Also, the photo of Leda Hodgson in A Lady of Letters is by Christopher Baines. Photos of Private Lives by Daniel Region. " Housewives " photo by Mike Molinski, Photographics Solution. Liz Richardson "spotlight" photo by Marvin Moore.




(You can also just show up at the church - there's always a spare pew! Tickets are $20. Seniors and Students - "pay what you can".  Please NOTE: Our SUNDAY matinees are both at 2 PM, our Friday and Saturday Aug 25 & 26 shows at 7 PM .)


For our beautiful venue, St John in the Wilderness, in Copake Falls, click here (Designed by Richard Upjohn in the Gothic Revival style.)