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Performances at Gates Hall

Gates Hall is today the oldest, continuously active small community theatre in the United States. It has been a community theatre and entertainment venue since 1867, showcasing a wide variety of performances—both amateur and professional.

 

An Evening & Afternoon of Play Reading Featuring the Plays of Steve Duprey.

Four short plays by Steve Duprey were read by local actors and directed by Jeremy Cummings.  Talk backs after each performance the audiences an opportunity to share their comments and ask questions of the playwright. Enjoy the images from the performances and talk backs!

Photos by Laura Wayland-Smith Hatch

"RPO Maestro's Circle
Concertmaster Recital"

It was with distinct pleasure that Gates Hall and W-PHS hosted Amy and Andreas Delfs and their guests at the RPO's (Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra) Inaugural Maestro’s Circle Concertmaster Recital on June 9, 2023, at historic Gates Hall. It was truly a magical music performance that brought the nearly 200-year-old historic property to life and delighted every guest.

Enjoy the images from the performance — photos by Alan Tirre Samba Fotography and shared with Gates Hall by the RPO.

"RPO Maestro's Circle
Concertmaster Recital"

It was with distinct pleasure that Gates Hall and W-PHS hosted Amy and Andreas Delfs and their guests at the RPO's (Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra) Inaugural Maestro’s Circle Concertmaster Recital on June 9, 2023, at historic Gates Hall. It was truly a magical music performance that brought the nearly 200-year-old historic property to life and delighted every guest.

Enjoy the images from the performance — photos by Alan Tirre Samba Fotography and shared with Gates Hall by the RPO.

"At Samuel's Tavern & Thereabouts"

Just in case you missed Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society’s sold-out performances of “At Samuel’s Tavern and Thereabouts,” we’d like to share a video with you, composed of photographs from the full-cast dress rehearsal taken by Peter Parts!

Inspired by Samuel Throop's tavern books, which are in the W-PHS collection and written by W-PHS playwright, Irene Bierer, the play takes place circa 1808-1818 in Pultneyville. Thank You to Irene for sharing her literary and directing talents with us!

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