2018 was outstanding. 2019 will be even better, with your help.

 
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Trista Moldovan

Phantom of the Opera on Broadway and National Tour.
(ResCo 2001, Nancy in Oliver 2015)

Dan Maldonado

National Premiere of Moulin Rouge the Musical
(ResCo 2016-17)

Badia Fahra

School of Rock, Broadway
(ResCo 2002)

Michael Critchlow

Broadway Props Master (Summer on Broadway and more)
(Technical Director at Playhouse 2001-2003)

Lauren Chapman

Frozen on Broadway
(ResCo 2012-13)

Kerstin Anderson

Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Ladyon Broadway
(ResCo 2014)

Alison Dingle

Assistant Stage manager Absinthe at Caesar's Palace, Disney's The Lion King
(Stage manager Forestburgh 2001-2005)

Ashleigh Poteat

Professor of Costume Design at Centenary University
(former costume designer and set designer at Playhouse)

A message from Forestburgh Playhouse Alumni…

 

We are Forestburgh Playhouse Alumni — and we are only a few who have continued on to great success in the world of professional theatre. We are performing, working backstage, stage managing--on Broadway, on cruise ships, on tours both national and international and at regional theatres across the United States. We are college professors sharing our knowledge of the craft. We are lawyers, business leaders, teachers and more.


One thing we all have in common is that we spent one or more summers at the Forestburgh Playhouse. For 72 years, the Playhouse has provided a place where artists of all levels can practice their craft and learn and grow together. In addition, young people from the community are invited to participate in theatre, administration, and all aspects of what it takes to put on a show. Every summer, an artistic family is created and 12 weeks of professional theatre are presented in the Sullivan Catskills. Today, we are asking you to think about making an end-of-year donation to the Forestburgh Playhouse by CLICKING HERE.


The Forestburgh Playhouse’s mission is to provide the best in professional theatre, to make the performing arts accessible to the community by providing reasonable prices, and to provide artists like us with opportunities to hone our craft, to grow and to achieve success in the arts industry. As you can imagine, costs are increasing and the Playhouse relies on your generosity to survive and to thrive.


We are the voice of the Forestburgh Playhouse and today we are asking you to help the Playhouse continue its mission. Please support the Playhouse by making an end of year contribution today. It’s easy. Simply CLICK HERE to make a donation.