Triangle Theatre at the Church of the Ho

Todays Date: 02/02/23
Last Update: 09/02/13 07:58:43 PM
Address: 316 East 88th Street
New York, NY    10128

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A Man for All Seasons  | Open: 09/20/13 Close: 09/21/13
Be sure to mark your calendars for Triangle Theatre Company's next staged reading. On Friday and Saturday, September 20 and 21 at 7:00 PM in Draesel Hall, Triangle is proud to present Robert Bolt's wonderful play, A Man For All Seasons, the story of the battle between Henry VIII and Sir Thomas More over the King's desire to divorce Catherine of Aragon despite the Pope's refusal and More's refusal to take an oath acknowledging Henry's supremacy over all foreign sovereigns-including the Pope. Samuel Johnson said that More was "the person of the greatest virtue these islands ever produced."


Directed by Constance George

Stage Manager: Francine Myles

Amelia Anderson, Joe Arnow, Virginia Bartholomew*, Vance Clemente, George Millenbach*, Robert Meksin*, Wende O'Reilly, Christine Rendel*, Dudley Stone*, Stuart Williams, Jonathan Winn. (*Member of Actors' Equity Association)

Friday and Saturday
November 16-17, 2012
7:00 P.M.

Draesel Hall
Church of the Holy Trinity
316 East 88th Street (bet. 1st and 2nd Avenues)
New York City

Admission at the door $15, seniors $10
A reception follows.


Visiting Mr. Green  | Open: 06/01/12 Close: 06/02/12
What starts as a comedy about two men who do not want to be in the same room together becomes a moving drama as they get to know each other, come to care about each other, and open old wounds they've been hiding and nursing for years.
(Translated into 22 languages, with over 200 productions over the world.)
Written by Jeff Baron
Directed by Elowyn Castle
Set Design: Joe Arnow
*Merwyn Goldsmith
*Mike Roche
(*Member of Actors Equity)


The Troll Palace  | Open: 02/24/12 Close: 02/25/12
Triangle Theatre at the Church of the Holy Trinity presents a staged reading of John Martin and Dudley Stone's new mystery thriller, "The Troll Palace." A mystery thriller set in an English Ancestral Home that is being purchased by a Russian billionaire. The play has more twists and turns than an English country lane.