Thrown Stone Theatre Company’s mission is to engage our region with new and reimagined theatre in intimate settings, creating a body of work that moves, connects, and challenges all who join the conversation. Critics have praised Thrown Stone as “The Yale Rep of Ridgefield” and “A Significant New Presence on the Connecticut Regional Theatre Scene.”
Streaming September 2-12
Three new plays by Tony Meneses, Phanésia Pharel, and Catherine Yu. These short, site-specific works will be performed in sequence at Keeler Tavern Museum and History Center, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, and West Lane Inn as a single “roving production” (where the audience follows the action from location to location). Directed by Kholoud Sawaf.
by Elenna Stauffer. Streaming July 28 - August 7.
It’s the Bandits’ best year EVER! Until… one by one, the cheerleading squad succumbs to a mysterious illness. As the traditional pecking order is upended, the girls’ relationships are tested. With a deceptively comedic first act, Hysterical! addresses serious subject matter, examining the vulnerabilities of teenage girls and the poignancy of life on the cusp of adulthood.
Seven Cousins for a Horse
Seven Cousins for a Horse tells the story of Ammi Phillips, the most prolific folk artist in American History, returning to his hometown of Colebrook, Connecticut in the wake of a personal tragedy. It is 1848, a time of great change. Ammi must capture the likenesses of his cousins, the Kinney family. All they can offer in payment is a strong horse, but that may be just the thing he needs to reset his itinerant career — and find his way back home.