The Covid Confessions

RHINEBECK — The Covid Confessions is a full length play made up of monologues that encapsulate our lives during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic and provide us with a snapshot into people’s lives.

After time has passed, what will be remembered of this uncertain world we are currently navigating? Through tales of pain, empathy, and pure insanity, The Covid Confessions chronicles personal accounts of those who lived to share them. This play explores stories of those affected by the current health crisis as well as political and social injustices that consume our lives.

Filled with honest humor and heartfelt tragedy, this original play promises to be an evening of theatre that will place the mirror to our reality as we continue to trudge through a global pandemic that has changed our lives.

The Covid Confessions features performances by Kelly Barrett-Gibson, Tamara Cacchione, David Clarke, Edward Crawford, Molly Feibel, Teresa Gasparini, Andrew Joffe, Kevin McCarthy, Dylan Parkin, Josh Patriarco, Peter Pius, Howie Riggs, and David Smilow.

The Covid Confessions will be performed in real-time Jan 8 through Jan. 10, 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 6 p.m. Sunday. Streamed to you LIVE! at The CENTER and will be live-streamed to home audiences. You will receive a separate e-mail from our partner Showtix4U, where your private link to the LIVE performance will be embedded so that you can enjoy the show from the comfort of your home. May Not Be Appropriate For Young Audiences. Tickets: $30 for a household pass (no limit to attendees)

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