I attended a community theatre production of Elm Circle, written by Mick Casale. The spring Theatre Project of Schoharie County was held at the Golding Middle School in Cobleskill.
The evening was a good reminder to me of all the interesting local talent that can be found right next door. From music to dance to a play there is something out there for everyone.
The play, described as ‘a meditation on the threat of all the media coming at a kid’, placed in the summer of 1977 was directed by Willard Martin, and produced by Ron Cleeve. ‘It seemed it was getting harder for a kid (or adult) to distinguish between real and fantasy from a time when it was only tv (no cable), and radio,’ said Casale.
This event made possible in part with funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, administered in Schoharie County by the Greene County Council on the Arts. Produced in Cooperation with the Dramatist Play Service, Inc.