Join Thrown Stone at the Ridgefield Library for three engaging discussions that highlight the themes of the U.S. Premiere of Milk by Ross Dunsmore, opening July 14th for a limited engagement at the Ridgefield Conservatory of Dance. Whether you crave connection, camaraderie, or chocolate, there’s something for you in these lively community events.
The Ridgefield Press published a feature on Milk in Arts and Leisure today. You can read it here. Many thanks to Janis Gibson for spending a lovely Sunday morning with us last week discussing theatre, Ridgefield, and our story. As the article says, tickets are now available.
This is a limited run in a very intimate space, so it is a good idea to book your seats early. Thanks for your support. We can’t wait to see you at the show!
Thrown Stone is pleased to announce that Milk by Ross Dunsmore will have its U.S. Premiere at the Ridgefield Conservatory of Dance.
Ideally situated in the center of Ridgefield with ample parking and dining options, RCD is the perfect intimate venue. Inside, we’re creating a 50-seat “black box” theatre, with raised seating, lights, sound, and set. We’re also preparing a fabulous spread of concessions and all the hospitality you would expect on Broadway — right here in town.
Stay tuned for ticket information
As we said, there are only 50 seats in the house and the run is limited. Watch for the announcement and book early to ensure you get a seat!
In closing, we want to give a a shout-out to our collaborators: Ridgefield Conservatory of Dance, Ridgefield Chorale, and Ridgefield Library. Launching a new theatre company is anything but a sure bet, but our wonderful friends Amy Piantaggini, Lesley Lambton, and Daniela Sikora have never wavered in their support. Thank you!
Whenever I travel, I always Google “new work theatre company.” That’s how I found Traverse Theatre, “Scotland’s new writing theatre.” I was in Edinburgh, taking my high school production of Avenue Q to the Fringe. When I looked for shows at the Fringe from companies focused on new works, I found Traverse’s headline show, Milk by Ross Dunsmore. On a tip from a friend who attends the Fringe nearly every year, I purchased all our Fringe tickets in advance — including the first preview performance of Milk. Read more