Thrown Stone is honored to welcome Jeff Krulwich to our Board of Directors. A Harvard Business School-trained executive, Jeff has had a wide-ranging career in consumer packaged goods and has over 20 years of experience as a consultant for global brands. Jeff is also deeply involved with the community, and regularly volunteers his time as a consultant to a diverse array of local groups. Read more
Thrown Stone is honored to welcome Jennifer Dineen to our Board of Directors. A dynamic leader in sales, marketing, and innovation, Jennifer has spent over 30 years working on top national and global brands. Her team building, strategic thinking, and incisive vision have enabled breakthrough results at Procter & Gamble and Berkshire Hathaway. Read more
Thrown Stone is honored to welcome Andrew Levine to our Board of Directors. Andrew has been an integral advisor to and advocate for Thrown Stone since our inception, and we are delighted to benefit from his vision, his leadership, and his passion for new work as we continue to build the company.
Andrew has enjoyed a multifaceted career in the performing arts, working as a musician, arts administrator, educator and producer. Currently he serves as the managing director of the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture in lower Manhattan. Previously Andrew served as the Executive Director of the York Theatre Company.
Check out this Joe Myers feature in the Connecticut Post Arts & Leisure section:
Jonathan Winn and Jason Peck have created Thrown Stone Theatre Company in Ridgefield to put on new plays that excite them, not to be locked into the demands of justifying a pricey home base. They are starting with the U.S. premiere of “Milk,” by Ross Dunsmore, running through July 30, in temporary digs at the Ridgefield Conservatory of Dance.
Thrown Stone is pleased to announce a 3-performance extension to the U.S. Premiere of Milk by Ross Dunsmore.
Milk Must Close August 5th
Townvibe’s Cocktails with the Cast is shaping up to be the can’t-miss event of the summer.
We’re pleased to announce we’ll be auctioning a few select items that night to support Thrown Stone’s mission of cultivating new work. We want to keep it simple, fun, and quick: Just four silent auction items and two live lots. You must be present to bid.
Join us for craft cocktails by Litchfield Distillery, wine from Cellar XV, beer from Narragansett, a delicious spread by Luna Rossa, and a musical performance by Connecticut singer-songwriter, Parker Hu. It will be a night to remember!
You have your tickets to Thrown Stone’s U.S. Premiere of Milk, but what about dinner?
Luna Rossa is offering its Pre-Theatre Menu before every evening performance, between 5-6:30 pm. For just $35 per person, your party will enjoy three courses of innovative modern Italian just three minutes from the Ridgefield Conservatory of Dance. Parking is easy and plentiful, and you’ll arrive at the show with time to spare.
ACT I choices:
- Polpette – Homemade meatballs, tomato sauce, fresh ricotta, toasted garlic bread
- Calamari E Zucchini – Fried calamari and zucchini
- Rollatini Di Melanzane – Eggplant filled with seasoned ricotta, baked in tomato sauce with parmesan cheese
- Impepata Di Cozze – Mussels, white wine, lemon, black peppers
- Caesar – Classic Caesar salad, garlic croutons, parmesan
ACT II choices:
- Paccheri Alla Parmigiana (a Thrown Stone favorite) – Fat rigatoni, eggplant, tomato, parmesan, mozzarella
- Fettuccine Alla Bolognese – Luna Rossa meat sauce, shaved parmesan
- Pollo Luna Rossa – Breaded chicken breast, gorgonzola sauce, arugula salad, parma prosciutto
- Coffee or Tea
- Dessert Of The Day
A chance encounter propels Thrown Stone years into the future
On the sunny afternoon of June 3, 2017, Thrown Stone Production Manager Cyrus Newitt was at the Murray Hill Street Fair in Manhattan. The Snarks, Ltd., a local theatre institution, was attending in costume as historic Murray Hill characters, and Cyrus was their J.P. Morgan. So it was, in tops and tails, that he was introduced to Paula J. Riley, Artistic Director of The Spiral Theatre Studio.
Over the course of many years, the Spiral had developed an innovative theatrical concept: The Spiral Stage. With eight modular rhombus-shaped platforms, the stage can be configured to create an endless array of immersive environments. And since each piece can be easily moved by actors, these environments can morph right before the audience’s eyes. Built sustainably — literally at a 1-horse-powered sawmill in Pennsylvania — this stage was designed with the intent of reducing the cost and waste inherent in set builds and load-ins. Read more