ODDFELLOWS GIVES THANKS!
During this time of year, we wanted to introduce you to our new team and share what we are most thankful for.
Joanna Perricone - Program Coordinator
I'm thankful for the opportunity to work at a theater that never turns away a child due to financial hardships.
Terri Benedict - Finance & Development Associate
I am so thankful to work with a great group of dedicated colleagues.
Christopher "Kit" Webb - Administrative Associate
I am thankful to work at Oddfellows and to have a job in an arts organization that is also making a difference.
Courtney Antonioli - Director of Development
I am so grateful to join the OFP family and to be part of a team that cares so much for its students.
Shane Grant - Facilities Associate
I am so thankful to be part of an incredible organization whose great work in my neighborhood means so much to our kids and our community.
Matt Pugliese - Executive Director
I'm thankful for the awesome, hardworking staff we have here, the talented and passionate teaching artists and the opportunity to work at a place that changes the lives of so many young people.
We are also thankful for our generous supporters!
And thankful for our newest supporters:
Middletown Commission of the Arts, who have provided a $2,500 grant to support our production of Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story and the Maximilian E. & Marion O. Hoffman Foundation, Inc. for the generous support that will allow Oddfellows to purchase a new theater lighting console and monitors.
We wish you a bountiful Thanksgiving with your family!
PLEASE NOTE - Our offices will be closed Wednesday, November 23 - 27. Reopening on Mon. Nov. 28.
Nov 17, 2011
Last weekend audiences came out and enjoyed performances by the Teen Repertory Company of Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse 5 adapted by Eric Simonson at Oddfellows Playhouse. The production continues this weekend with performances tonight, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm. Tickets are available online here or by calling 860-347-6143.
Slaughterhouse 5 tells the story of optometrist and veteran Billy Pilgrim who has become unstuck in time. His fate is decreed, and there is nothing he can do about it. Vonnegut's novel addresses the horrors of war as experienced during the firebombing of Dresden. With dark humor, Vonnegut challenges us to question our place in the universe, the role of fate vs. free will, and serves up a searing testament against the horrors of war. Join the Teen Rep as they take on this modern classic, first produced by the Steppenwolf Theatre Company.
Thursday 11/17- Saturday 11/19
All performances at 7:30pm
Tickets: Adults $15 / Students & Seniors $8
128 Washington Street
Photo credit to Rob McGuinness.