GREENE – The Chenango River Theatre’s final production of the season – “The Outgoing Tide” – is set to hit the stage Sept. 27 and run through Oct. 13.
According to Bill Lelbach, artistic and managing director of the Chenango River Theatre and director of the production, the show will run only three weeks and those interested in getting tickets should do so soon.
The Chenango River Theatre is slated to be one of the first theatres in the nation to present this new off-Broadway play.
“The Outgoing Tide” has received rave reviews from various critics. According to the New York Post, the show is “... deeply moving and cathartically funny – the play beautifully blends humor and pathos in a tightly constructed tale that will no doubt hit close to home for many.”
Wrote the Chicago Sun Times, “Hums with dark humor and profound emotion.”
Lelbach urges prospective audiences to catch the show before it is turned into the movie it is bound to become.