Hudson School Theater Review

11/12/2008:

Hudson School Celebrates 30th Anniversary

The Hudson School teachers, students and alumni to perform in Stephen Sondheim Review.

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In celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of The Hudson School and the creation of its theater department, teachers, alumni and current students have joined together to present a review of Stephen Sondheim’s work and life. The musical review, featuring highlights from all fourteen shows, can be seen on November 14, 15, 21 & 22 at 8pm and on November 16 at 5pm at The Hudson School Performance Space, 601 Park Avenue, Hoboken, NJ

Suggested donation is $10 for students and senior citizens and $15 for adults. All proceeds will be used for future theater productions at The Hudson School.

The revue under the direction of Adam Sentoni features the following actors:

Samantha Glass, Genna Harari, Zoe Mann and Loussine Schapira of Hoboken; Anschel Schaffer-Cohen, Adam Sentoni and Julia Tsirkin of Jersey City; Quinn Steven of Union City; Pooja Desai of Secaucus; Matt Jackson of Newark; Max DeFrancesco and Halley Furlong-Mitchell of Montclair; Jake Sachs of Maplewood; and Kerry Dunn of Leonia and Nicole VanVoorhis of Cliffside Park.

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5 Comments on "Hudson School Theater Review"

hobojack
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hobojack

[quote comment=”118355″]can’t stand the students that decide to take their lunch hours, lounging on my front steps. i’d rather purposely cover my front steps w/ dirt and grime, then rather have these obnoxious students rest their boney hinds on my property. has anyone had a similar problem? they do this during the day when we’re all at work, but if you happen to be working from home you notice these things. we need to instill some fear in these youngin’s and teach them the hard truths of life. sorry was that too harsh?[/quote]
Perhaps they should close that school and put a school for kids with behavioral problems there.

I hear those kids at Hudson are real trouble makers.

Why don’t you put some benches out for them if you don’t want them sitting on your steps.
Benches would much more comfortable and oh yea put a trash receptacle next to the benches so the little darlings can dispose of their trash properly.

Get a life.

TheGreenMan
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TheGreenMan

Actually, a much better idea is for them to drop out of school early. Fewer years in school mean fewer years sitting on steps near the school! Clear these schools out as soon as possible!

TheGreenMan
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TheGreenMan

Yes, I think kids sitting down and relaxing is a serious problem these days. We need to get them out there and either stealing or mugging. Get them moving! They should not be sitting around! Especially when I’m not there and can’t see them and they can’t bother me!

Bauhaus
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Bauhaus

Dag Nabbit! (brandishes cane) GET OUTTA MY YARD! 👿

Geez gaffer, what’s a Whippersnapper to do these days?

PedroiaTheFuture
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PedroiaTheFuture

can’t stand the students that decide to take their lunch hours, lounging on my front steps. i’d rather purposely cover my front steps w/ dirt and grime, then rather have these obnoxious students rest their boney hinds on my property. has anyone had a similar problem? they do this during the day when we’re all at work, but if you happen to be working from home you notice these things. we need to instill some fear in these youngin’s and teach them the hard truths of life. sorry was that too harsh?

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