The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Feb. 15 - March 3
8pm Fri & Sat
SPECIAL AUTISM FRIENDLY PERFORMANCE - Saturday, March 2 at 2pm
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Box Office: (845) 876-3080
It’s a whodunnit. It’s a comedy. It’s a compassionate story.
Confronting the mystery surrounding the death of a neighbor's dog, young Christopher Boone, who is autistic, is determined to find the killer, testing his relationships with his parents and school mentor.
TONY winner of Best Play in 2015, written by Simon Stephens, and based on the novel by Mark Haddon, it is presented by The Rhinebeck Theatre Society. Directed by Andy Weintraub, with Movement direction by Marcus McGregor.
Starring Michael Wagner. Featuring Andy Crispell, Lisa Delia, David Foster, Aaron Michael Hall, Dot Luongo, Emily McCarthy, Jody Satriani, Patricia Seholm & Alex Skovan.
Saturday, March 2 @ 2pm PERFORMANCE - This special matinee performance is designed to accommodate families with members on the autism spectrum. The content of the production will not be altered; however, sound and light effects will be lowered. House lights will be dimmed, not dark, and the lobby will be open during the show as a quiet space for audience members who wish to take a break. While all audiences are welcome to attend this performance, please be advised that there will likely be more audience noise than usual, and there may be people coming and going during the show.
May Not Be Appropriate for Young Audiences.