Penguin Rep Theatre gets donation from O&R

L-R: O&R’s Strategic Partnerships Manager Linda Feger, O&R’s Corporate Affairs Director Tom Brizzolara; Kennedy: Bobby’s Last Crusade’s author and solo performer David Arrow and O&R’s Strategic Partnerships’ Lisa Culhane. Kennedy: Bobby’s Last Crusade is now playing at the Penguin Rep Theatre

PEARL RIVER – Orange and Rockland Utilities contributed $10,000 to Penguin Rep, a not-for-profit, professional theatre that has entertained audiences from Rockland, and beyond, with world-class performances at its Stony Point home for over 40 years.

Since 1977, Penguin Rep has produced over 150 shows seen by more than 400,000 people, bringing celebrated writers, actors, directors and designers to its 108-seat theater in an updated, re-conditioned, century-old barn on Crickettown Road.

Since its beginnings, Penguin Rep has specialized in bringing to the mid-Hudson region cutting-edge new plays by established and award-winning playwrights and by emerging writers. Penguin Rep also presents important existing plays that have had minimal exposure.

Penguin Rep Theatre is funded, in part, by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts. But Penguin Rep counts on tax-deductible contributions and grants from audience members, subscribers, governments and community agencies. For more on how you can help support arts in your own backyard, go to


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