The Cast of the world premiere of "Seven Cousins for a Horse" by Tammy Ryan

Announcing the Cast of ‘Seven Cousins for a Horse’

Thrown Stone is delighted to announce the cast of the world premiere of Seven Cousins for a Horse by Tammy Ryan. We are particularly excited that this will be a homecoming for six, and a Thrown Stone début for one. Please join us in welcoming back Shannon Helene Barnes (Athena, Hysterical!), Emma Factor (The Arsonists), Will Jeffries (The Suburbs), Aidan Meachem (Milk), Jason Peck (Where All Good Rabbits Go), and Bridget Ann White (The Suburbs). We are also pleased to introduce you to Emmanuelle Nadeau, who will play Sarah Kinney. 

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‘Seven Cousins’ Workshopped at New Dramatists

This week, New Dramatists facilitated a workshop of Tammy Ryan’s Seven Cousins for a Horse, commissioned by Thrown Stone Theatre Company with the support of the Daniel E. Offutt, III Charitable Trust. The workshop, supported by the Jerry A. Tishman Playwrights Creativity Fund and the Venturous Theater Fund, was instrumental to the development of the new play, which will receive its world premiere with Thrown Stone in Ridgefield this July. Read more

Thrown Stone Awarded NEA Grant for ‘Invitation to the Conversation’

Thrown Stone is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to support the launch of its Invitation to the Conversation program. The program aims to make the full experience of attending a performance financially accessible to lower-income families in Fairfield County, Connecticut, and to create a more inclusive theatrical culture. Read more

Shamare Holmes

SheWorks and Thrown Stone: Career Readiness for Women

Today’s blog focuses on the stories of two amazing women, Shamare Holmes and Wiktoria, a Thrown Stone intern, who are using their passions to carve space for others — and  to follow their own dreams.

Shamare serves as the Program Director for Live Girl, a New Canaan, CT organization founded by Sheri Weist in 2014 that provides year-round leadership development and mentoring for girls Grades 5 through college. According to Shamare, the program encourages middle school girls to “lead themselves,” high school girls to “lead each other,” and college-aged women to “lead in the workforce.” Read more