Theater Company Does Some Soul Searching and Sweeps Up Backstage

Brewster, NY-To ensure a future that offers a dynamic, robust Marquee, The Brewster Theater Company has decided to postpone its 2014 season.  The postponement only concerns its main stage productions.  The Armchair Actor readings, one-acts, various workshops and the very popular Cabaret series will continue, as scheduled.

This “Pinter pause” to their season is part of a focused restructuring from the inside out. Internal changes include, not only a contemplation of future direction, but also a restructuring of the Board. Stacy Dumont, President and co-founder of The Brewster Theater Company looks with renewed excitement to the upcoming changes, "As a co-founder of Brewster Theater, I have watched the Company grow significantly over the last 14 years. It is now vital to our continued expansion that we step back, slow down for a season, and edify our foundation so that we can build the BTC structure to new and exciting heights."

The Company is hoping to galvanize interest and involvement with a campaign that reaches out to the Brewster community that has shown them such support and encouragement over the last fourteen years.

The Brewster Theater Company is looking for interested members to take part in a creative alliance that will broaden and strengthen their role in the community.  With growing marketing, event planning and technology needs it appears The Brewster Theater Company has many roles to be cast. 

Want to step into the spotlight?  Visit http://brewstertheatercompany.org/contact-us.html for a list of open positions.  

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