Hudson Guild Fulton Center will host the Indoor Winter Bazaar on Saturday December 7th from 11am to 3pm. Vendors are invited to sell antiques and items. Come see arts & crafts, accessories, jewelry, housewares, lunch, baked goods, raffle tickets, and more! Open to the public, bring family and friends along to hunt for treasures.
The Neighborhood Advisory Committee (NAC) will host a mayoral candidates' community forum at Hudson Guild's Elliott Center. Fifteen candidates are running in the New York City mayoral race and all have been invited to discuss their ideas and current issues facing the city. Neighborhood Advisory Committee President, Larry Littman will moderate the audience Q&A session. Please be sure to join the discussion on Monday, October 28 at 7pm. Refreshments will be served.
"Spare Times for Children": "Frankenstein" by Hudson Guild Theatre Company featured in The New York Times
"A 'Frankenstein' that’s family-friendly? That’s what Hudson Guild Theater Company is promising in this production, written by Hudson Guild’s director of arts, Jim Furlong, and drawing heavily on the 1930s films starring Boris Karloff."
Hudson Guild Theatre Company's production of "Frankenstein" was featured in the weekend edition of The New York Times as a top theater show for kids in New York City.
Read the full text of the article at The New York Times.
Allison Sesso interviews Anjali Deshmukh, Director, Knowledge & Communications at the Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) and Ken Jockers, Executive Director of Hudson Guild about the fiscal health of the nonprofit human services sector with a focus on the results of the NFF State of the Sector survey and how nonprofits are adapting their organizations and finances to deal with current economic conditions.
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"Like a good idea that refuses to die, Mary Shelley’s classic horror story has been reimagined countless times since her novel was first published in 1818. Now, Hudson Guild Theatre Company puts its stamp on “Frankenstein” with a new stage adaptation that draws on the wildly imaginative (and unexpectedly witty) 1931 film version directed by James Whale (starring Boris Karloff as the lumbering, mute and misunderstood reanimated creation)."
Husdon Guild Theatre Company's production of "Frankenstein" was featured in "Just Do Art" in the latest edition of Chelsea Now. Opening tomorrow, the production runs from March 22-30 at the Hudson Guild Theatre.
Read the full text of the article at Chelsea Now.