by Bill Batson
The Nyack Village Theatre sign is unassuming and you might just walk on by, but that would be a mistake. One exposure to the live content that is produced from this 49 seat black box theater space will stop you in your tracks. Nestled one story above the site that once was F.W. Woolworth is an expanding multimedia arts organization founded by 1980’s rocker turned impresario Richard Quinn.
The current production at the Nyack Village Theatre is Alfred Hitchcock Presents, directed by Quinn. Remaining performances scheduled for May 13 at 8p, May 14 (sold out), May 20 at 8p, May 21 at 8p, May 22 at 2p, June 3 at 8p, and June 4 at 8p.