Performing Arts of Woodstock
PO Box 517
Woodstock, NY 12498
PAW is a not-for-profit year-round local theater organization presenting new and established plays of
quality since 1964, when it was founded by Eda Crist and Edie LeFever. PAW is the oldest, continuously running theater
organization in the history of Woodstock!
For more than 50 years, Performing Arts of Woodstock has been mounting quality productions of both new and classic plays -- artistically challenging plays such as True West, The Beauty Queen of Leenane, The Dresser, The Good Woman of Setzuan, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Twelfth Night, Breaking the Code, Endgame, to name just a few from the last several years.
You can view a complete list of the plays PAW has produced by Clicking Here.
It's a lot of hard work, and we love every minute, but we are seeking more help to maintain our high artistic standard. We're looking for a few good people (heck, as many as we can get) to help in technical areas such as set-building, lighting, props, costumes, and stage management. Experience is joyfully welcomed (though not necessary), enthusiasm ecstatically. If you're an actor, watch for audition announcements. Anyone interested kindly contact our fearless leader and founding mother Edie LeFever at (845) 679-7900.
Performing Arts of Woodstock |
Board of Directors
Edith LeFever, President
Adele Calcavecchio, Vice-President
Ann Washington, Treasurer
Arlene Adams, Secretary
Jonathan Delson, Jean Fitzpatrick, Bob McBroom, Barbara Roefs, Kathy Miller