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Welcome to Northeast Stage!

We are a non-profit Theatre Company in eastern Long Island.

Each summer we perform free outdoor Shakespeare productions.

This summer we are thrilled to present:
William Shakespeare's 
The Taming of the Shrew
 

Meet the Cast

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Recent productions include the following:

2021

 William Shakespeare's
TWELFTH NIGHT
Directed by A.D. Newhouse
with Colin Palmer


MEET THE CAST

Sponsors:

 

Friends of Mitchell Park


Mattituck Environmental Services


Laurie Lauterbach

 


Daniel Rosenblatt Foundation

2020

On November 28, 2020, Northesast Stage was proud to present our first virtual theatre performance of Richard III directed by Colin Palmer. We are pleased that this production is still available for you to see online. Click on the link below to see this outstanding production.

RICHARD III

Shakespeare's classic story of pure Machiavellian evil:

The House of York has won the War of the Roses, but Richard of Gloucester, the youngest brother of the new king, dreams of one day ruling himself. His mind warped by his own physical deformities, Richard plots to seize power, destroying everyone who stands between him and the throne. 

This online streamed performance of Richard III is based on the 2017 production presented by East End Mobile Theatre.
 
John Bradley: Sir Robert Brackebury/Earl of Oxford
Ben Eager: Prince Edward of York
Tim Ferris: Duke of Buckingham
Justin Harris: Earl Rivers/Bishop of Ely/Priest
Amy Ippolito: Lady Anne/Murderer
Christian Lepore: King Edward IV/Lord Mayor/Sir Walter Herbert
A.D. Newcomer: George, Duke of Clarence
Colin Palmer: Richard, Duke of Gloucester
Joseph Podlas: Prince Richard of York
Christine Richard: Duchess of York
Mark Sisson: Lord Stanley
Sarah Storjohann: Queen Elizabeth
Dan Yaiullo: Lord Hastings/Earl of Richmond/Sir James Tyrrell
John Yaiullo: Sir William Catesby
 
Oriiginal music by James Yaiullo

Be sure to check out a
Sneak Preview of Richard of Gloucester
Act I Scene III

Click here to see Colin Palmer and Amy Oppolito
Interviews and Soliloques