(WEEHAWKEN, NJ) -- Hudson Theatre Works is starting its 2023-2024 season with a workshop of Mark St. Germain's, Dancing Lessons. Performances take place September 28th through October 1 at Theatre at the Wilson School. Entertaining and charming! The play introduces us to two highly offbeat characters, a Broadway dancer and a science professor coping with physical and emotional challenges as they forge an unexpected friendship in this heartfelt play.
Filled with laughs and the intricacies of the human condition, we witness their journey of discovery and personal triumph as they come to realize that sometimes the most profound experiences can occur when least expected.
The cast includes Mandy Evans (Machinal, Twelfth Night), and Bess Miller (Hamlet, Little Foxes). The show is directed by Frank Licato, produced and stage designed by Gregory Erbach, Sound Design/Music by Donald Stark, props by Beatriz Esteban-Messina, and Stage Managed by Dawn D’Arrigo.
Tickets are $25 for adults; $15 for students/seniors. Tickets are available for purchase online. Performances are at 8:00pm from Thursday to Saturdays and 3:00pm on Sunday. The Theatre at the Wilson School is located at 80 Hauxhurst Avenue in Weehawken, New Jersey.
Their ticket prices are low because that’s the way they want them to be and they are committed to making our theatre affordable to all. It’s a conscious decision, not spur of the moment. Broadway ticket prices are unaffordable for far too many people. Hudson Theatre Works want to see people from all economic levels in their audience, from all different backgrounds. HTW is built on the idea of community and shared conversation. Attending a play sparks ideas, examines the experience of our common humanity. In these difficult times, who doesn’t need to be reminded of that?