Bradley Playhouse Presents Frost/Nixon – Multiple Shows 5/30 through 6/15
Where were you when Richard Nixon resigned in 1974? Do you remember the 1977 interviews with television talk show host David Frost?
This powerful dramatization will have you wondering why they are not one of the more memorable moments in American history.
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The Bradley Playhouse is a 113 year-old vaudeville theatre in the heart of the Putnam Antiques and Restaurant District in the “Quiet Corner” of Northeastern Connecticut. It is an amateur community theatre, operated by the members of The Theatre of Northeastern Connecticut, Inc. TNECT produces six season shows per year and several special fundraising events for The Bradley Playhouse Restoration Fund. The Bradley Playhouse has an amazing history.
Although I am not a member of the organization I was very much involved as a patron when I was younger. Until 1985 the Bradley was known as the Imperial and was a movie theater. I grew up with the Imperial and spent so much time there. To this day I remember the first movie I saw there was Bambi and the movie I saw the most there was the original Indiana Jones. I always loved going there – it was my favorite place to do throughout my entire childhood. I didn’t just see films there – I also saw several “live” shows when I was younger. There was a presentation very similar to a “Heaven is Real” idea; magicians, and other events.
It was always an extra special occasion when they opened up the balcony area. Every child wants to sit in the balcony. I remember so many experiences at the theater – and there were some “live” ones over the years.
To see the full history Click Here.
There are still quite a few shows remaining for the Female Odd Couple. Check here for Ticket Information.
Tickets are reasonably priced and the Bradley is a non profit organization.
The shows remaining in their 2014 season HERE for details.
However in summary the shows will be:
THE WIZARD OF OZ
A CHRISTMAS CAROL