Due to Hurricane Henri, the sold out preview and opening performances of The Suburbs have been postponed.
- If you have tickets for the original August 26th preview, your ticket is good for the Saturday, August 28 preview at 7pm.
- If you have tickets for the original August 27th opening, your ticket is now good for the Sunday, August opening at 2pm.
If you need to change or cancel your tickets, contact [email protected] by August 28 at noon.
The past eighteen months have been full of pivots like this, and we appreciate your patience and grace as we adjust. If you have any questions or concerns, please send an email to [email protected] or call (203) 442-1714 and a Thrown Stone representative will get back to you as promptly as possible.
In the grand tradition of CHIRP, seating for Thrown Stone’s roving production of The Suburbs will be “bring your own.” We’ve chosen this style of seating to give you maximum flexibility as you follow the production from Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center, to The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, to West Lane Inn during the course of the performance. Simply bring along a folding camp chair, picnic blanket, or stadium cushion just as you would for Ridgefield’s popular summer concert series, and set up anywhere you’d like within our defined seating areas at each venue. Ushers will be on-hand to show you where to go. Read more
Last year gave us a rare opportunity to step off the frenetic treadmill of production, do some real self-interrogation, and throw ourselves into some work that might have felt too hard or too scary before.
Read all about it in Connection, our 2020 annual report:
Thrown Stone has commissioned three new plays by Tony Meneses, Phanésia Pharel, and Catherine Yu. These short, site-specific works will be performed in sequence at Keeler Tavern Museum and History Center, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, and West Lane Inn as a single “roving production” (where the audience follows the action from location to location).
This Friday at 7, we intended to present an online offering of Acts of Fate, featuring memoir, performance, and poetry on the theme of the moment in your life that changed everything.
Our country is now grappling with just such a moment. Our hearts are heavy for George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and countless others who have suffered systemic oppression and police brutality. Therefore, out of respect and solidarity, we have decided to postpone Acts of Fate to a future date.
At Thrown Stone, we are acutely aware of our privilege and the hard work we need to do to live up to our ideals. We are determined to use this moment to face our shortcomings, and recommit to diversity, equity, and inclusion in our board, staff, and offering.
We look forward to sharing our plans with you, including concrete goals and measures of our progress.