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Where Hitchcock meets hilarious…”The 39 Steps”. Combine spy thriller and farce,
add a dash of theatrical invention and presto! – an engaging, fast paced
whodunit that celebrates the magic of theater.
Sat. Jul 21 – 8 pm • Sun. Jul 22 – 2 pm
Thu. Jul 26 – 8 pm • Fri. Jul 27 – 8 pm
Tue. Jul 31 – 8 pm • Wed. Aug 1 – 8 pm
Thu. Aug 2 – 8 pm • Fri. Aug 3 – 8 pm
Thu. Aug 9 – 8 pm • Fri. Aug 10 – 8 pm
ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S THE 39 STEPS AT PENDRAGON THEATRE
Where Hitchcock meets hilarious – the smash London and Broadway hit, opens at Pendragon on July 18th.
Combine spy thriller and farce, add a dash of theatrical invention and presto…an engaging,
fast paced whodunit that celebrates the magic of theatre.
Four actors play over 150 characters in this fast-paced
tale of an ordinary man caught in a maze of murder, espionage and sexual entanglements.
Patrick Barlow’s stage adaptation of The 39 Steps is based on an original concept by
Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon and the novel penned by John Buchan in 1915.
The work is perhaps most widely known as a 1935 Hitchcock film,
but the tale was also seen in movie re-makes.
Bonnie B. Brewer directs Donna Moschek, Matt Sorensen, Ross Taylor and Tim Wagoner.
The 39 Steps is a limited run. Performances are: July 20, 21,26, 27, 31,
August 1, 2, 3, 9 and 10 at 8 p.m. Sunday, July 22 is a 2 p.m. matinee.
Pendragon’s 32nd summer season includes performances of Pinocchio,
The Last Five Years, And A Nightingale Sang (limited run) and Shipwrecked
(opens August 15,) as well as performances of So in Love, a Cole Porter cabaret.
Pendragon has a new ticketing system that patrons can investigate by visiting the website: pendragontheatre.org.
For calendars, box office information and reservations, contact the theatre at 518-891-1854, or via e-mail: email@example.com.
Pendragon, the Adirondack’s only year-round professional theatre receives
funding from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of
Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Additional support for the summer season comes from sponsors:
Guide Boat Realty (The 39 Steps.)
and Janney, Montgomery, Scott, LLC (And A Nightingale Sang)