WISHING YOU ALL A HAPPY, HEALTHY, PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!

Stay tuned for announcements about our 2015 Summer Season!

Thank you to everyone who braved the elements and joined us for our Thanksgiving engagement at       The Mount – Edith Wharton’s Guilded Age estate in Lenox, Massachusetts.

Every performance was sold out and both plays – The Long Run and The Rembrandt – received glowing reviews from our audiences!

A special THANK YOU to our friends at the Wharton Salon:  Catherine Taylor Williams, Andrew Borthwick-Leslie, Lauryn Franzoni, Lyn Liseno, John Hadden, Jason Asprey, Scot Vighi, Corinna May.

Also to our Volunteers:  Sydelle Brooks (captain), Peggy Carpenter, Barbara Daelman, Roz Forman, Veronica Gibson, Miles Harrison, Beverly Hathaway, Delores Lerman, Martha Peskin, M. Tamir, Jeanine Thrasher, Ann St. Clair and Renee Speltz.

Also to Costume Designer Govane Lohbauer (The Long Run), Costume Designer Kathleen Doyle (The Rembrandt), Properties Designer Patrick Brennan, Program Designer Emily C. Watts and Production Designer Maia Robbins-Zust.

Also to Robert Salerno and our friends at the West Stockbridge Historical Society.

Also to our friends at Studio Two:  Kevin Sprague and Deirdre Tenero for the vivid creation of the Brand, Graphic Design and Marketing for Pythagoras.

Also to our friends at Shakespeare & Company:  Robert Lohbauer, Tori Rhodes and Steve Ball.

And Special Thanks to The Mount:  Executive Director Susan Wissler, Ross Jolly, Rebecka McDougall and Kelsey Mullen.

Finally, Pythagoras is much in debt to her incomparable company members:  actress Diane Prusha,     actors Scott Renzoni & Robert Biggs, and cellist/composer Jonah Thomas. We could not have done it without them.

 

Pythagoras Theatre Works is a professional theatre company located in the historic and picturesque town of West Stockbridge, Massachusetts. We perform in the historic Town Hall, which has been the center of town life since 1854. A proud supporter of the West Stockbridge Historic Society, Pythagoras is delighted to join with them in their effort to restore and revitalize the 1854 Town Hall and to preserve and celebrate the rich history of our unique town.

 

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