THE GREAT DIVIDE
Picture this: a trashy NYC apartment, and a dress that’s maybe a bit too daring. A New Year’s Eve bash where your latest crush is the only familiar face in the room. Every glance, every laugh, every drink could potentially lead to either your own unique “Meet Cute” or possibly a brutal rejection. Which way will things go? That’s the dilemma facing writer/performer Amy Crossman in her darkly comic solo show “The Great Divide” being presented at Catskill’s Bridge Street Theatre May 15-17 as part of BST’s 2024 Solofest. What can you do to ease the pain when a relationship you hoped would last forever fades away and then abruptly – ends? Alternately hysterically funny, heartbreaking, and totally relatable, it’s a tragicomic exploration of what it means to love, to have your heart broken, and then to make a fresh start after the storm. “The Great Divide” will be presented for three performances only – Friday March 15 and Saturday March 16 at 7:30pm and Sunday March 17 at 2:00pm. Bridge Street Theatre is located at 44 West Bridge Street in Catskill, NY. Advance tickets for all performances can be purchased online at bridgest.org/24solofest3/ or at the door (subject to availability) one-half hour before each performance. General Admission price is $25 or $10 for Students ages 18 and under. Visit bridgest.org/solofest-2024/ for more information about this and all the other shows in this year’s Bridge Street Theatre SoloFest.