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"Westchester's sole claim to consistent, professional theater."- The NY Times


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Called a “breathtaking visionary” by TimeOut New York, Hopkins presents her sixth and newest evening-length work, a comedic, no-nonsense reflection on the trials and tribulations of earning a living as a professional theater artist in the 21st century. Intertwining elements of musical comedy, documentary and fiction, A Living Documentary intersperses autobiographical storytelling with portrayals of semi-fictional comedic characters, all the while asking myriad questions about the realities of professional artistic life in New York City.



APRIL 24 - MAY 10




A veritable departure from past works, A Living Documentary presents a stripped-down,one-woman-show, in which Hopkins plays both herself and an eclectic cast of characters. Featuring a number of Hopkins’ original compositions,both live and recorded music will accompany the work.

This performance contains nudity and strong language.



ONLY A FEW SEATS LEFT! Sunday MAY 31 at 7:30pm The 27th Annual Jazz Concert with Houston Person Click here to purchase tickets.


Sunday MAY 31 at 7:30pm

The 27th Annual Jazz Concert with Houston Person

Click here to purchase tickets.

RSVPs required.  Click here to RSVP.

in the galleries

We are pleased to collaborate with the Katonah Museum Artists' Association to exhibit an exciting impromptu exhibition of diverse visual works by KMAA members. Works were selected by the acclaimed contemporary artist Tom Christopher.

There will be an opening reception with Juror's comments on Sunday, April 26, 2015 from 4:30-6:30 PM.
The Galleries will be open Monday - Friday from 11am - 2:30pm and 1 hour prior to all performances at the Schoolhouse Theater.

The exhibit opens Friday April 24 and will continue until Sunday May 31, 2015. The exhibit features 69 pieces of art by 50 different artists. The KMAA artists represented in this exhibition include:

Sally Aldrich, Richard Alexander, Grace Anderson, Inez Andrucyk, Suzanne Bohrer Ashley, Therese Bacharz, Lois Barker, Deborah Beck, Carol Benisatto, Richard Bennett, Maxine Berlin, Heidi Lewis Coleman, Charles Daviet, Hilda Green Demsky, Doc Dochtermann, Renee Kilbridge Edelman, Tatiano Ferraro, Stephanie King Feingold, Julia Goldberg, Dorothy Handelman , April Hebert, Georgine Honahan, Evelyn Kahlow, William Kegg, Lonna Kelly, Elaine B. Krause, Paul Krause, Rachel Krause,  Jill Krutick, Corinne Lapin-Cohen, Martha Levites, Annette Lieblein,  Barbara Lind, Jacqueline Lorieo, Bernard Mindich, Ron Mineo, Charles Olsen, Melissa Orme, Carole Paley, Mary B. Parker, John Plunkett, Floyd Rappy, Ethel Renek, Mariya Rivera, Dyan Rosenberg, Gennaro Russo, Debra Shaffer, Wendy Shalen, Suzanne Shea, Phyllis Smith, Mary Smoot Souter, Leslie B. Weissman, Nancy Woodward

2015 Registration Form        Audition Material          FAQs

Cash/Check payments can be submitted at The Schoolhouse Theater during regular business hours, or paid online by credit card or Paypal here.



The mission of The Schoolhouse is to enhance the life of the community through live, professional, regional, theater. Our goal is to support and promote the theatrical arts, to encourage actors, directors and playwrights, as well as to support and promote other art forms. This is a wide umbrella, enabling us to create opportunities for artists to challenge themselves and grow, and to enrich the lives of student interns, senior volunteers, and audience members. All of our theater programming, including MainStage Productions, workshops, classes, and staged readings, introduces our patrons to award-winning playwrights as well as emerging talented voices.

The Schoolhouse Theater in Croton Falls

The beautiful building that houses The Schoolhouse Theater was formerly the Croton Falls elementary school. In 1983 founder Lee Pope  transformed the building into a visual arts center. At that time the cafeteria, gym, and auditorium space was simply a white walled room with no risers and twelve borrowed lights.

In 1987, Ms. Pope invited Manhattan's Acorn Productions to bring their recently produced play, Bedroom Farce, by Alan Ayckbourn to the building. Starring Brooke Palance and Michael Wilding, its limited run was a huge success and The Schoolhouse Theater was born.

Gradually over the years theatrical amenities were added and a number of talented local theater companies presented shows in the space. But it was Pamela Moller Kareman, former Artistic Director of Acorn, who stayed in close touch, and she and Lee Pope charted a clear vision of growth for The Schoolhouse with its unique intimate space.

In 1998 The Schoolhouse Theater became a full fledged not for profit professional regional theater.

The Schoolhouse has been honored by visits from a number of theater luminaries including playwrights Jules Feiffer, George Furth, Tina Howe, Michael Weller, and Paul Zindel, who all came to see productions of their work and lend support to our theater. We have successfully launched three productions to Off-Broadway: Arthur Miller's The Crucible, Ingmar Bergman's Nora, S.N. Behrman's Biography, and Elaine Del Valle's Brownsville Bred.

There are lots of ways to support the efforts of The Schoolhouse Theater.


The Schoolhouse Theater Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization.  Your monetary donation is tax deductible.  You can easily donate with Paypal, credit or debit card.  Thank you for your support.


We appreciate the time and talents of our dedicated volunteers. 


Ushers are needed for A Living Documentary  We need 1-2 people per performance. It's easy to sign up here.


We are currently seeking a communications/social media intern.  A description of the position is available here. Please submit requested materials to for consideration.


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We are regularly looking for backstage and technical assistance for main stage performances, special events, and Schoolhouse projects.  If you are local to Northern Westchester and Ridgefield, CT and have a background in sound, lighting, costuming, sets, etc., we would love to meet you!  Please contact us for more information on the next Meet and Greet session.

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3 Owens Road, Box 300

Croton Falls, NY 10519


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