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Center for Performing Arts in Rhinebeck 

Last Updated: 10/01/2017 8:44 am
click image Dietz Farcher as Frankenstein & Aubrey Flick as Inga in an Up in One Productions of “Young Frankenstein.”
  • Dietz Farcher as Frankenstein & Aubrey Flick as Inga in an Up in One Productions of “Young Frankenstein.”

The big red barn at the Center for Performing Arts in Rhinebeck is just shy of 20 years old (though it could pass for a historic Dutch barn). In two decades, the barn has has seen a lot of action—2,000 different productions, 16,000 artists, 300,000 patrons, and 2,500 students. The nonprofit is an important community venue and a high-caliber resource for hands-on technical and performance training in all aspects of theater arts. In October, the Rhinebeck Theatre Society will stage “Dark of the Moon,” a haunting Smokey Mountain drama with a bluegrass score, and “CLUE! The Musical,” which brings everyone’s favorite murder mystery game to life for an interactive show. 


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