The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

by Jethro Compton based on the short story by Dorothy M. Johnson

directed by Richard Pettibone

East Coast premiere

September 16,17 22,23,24 30,October 1,2 7,8 2016

A classic tale of love, hope and revenge set against the vicious backdrop of a lawless society. A young scholar travels into the Wild West in search of a new life, only to end up beaten and left for dead on the dusty streets of Twotrees by notorious outlaw Liberty Valance. A local girl gives him purpose in this broken land. But when Valance returns to finish what he started, he must make the choice: turn and run or stand and fight…and become The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. [Read More]

Photos: Ghostlight Photography

News & Reviews

"The brilliant performances in this show have set a new standard" –By Elizabeth Young, The Newtown Bee

FIVE STARS!
"So good that people should make their reservations before the show is sold out. It's that good." – Joanne Rochman, The Republican-America

"The spirit of the 'Old West' bursts to life on the stage of TheatreWorks New Milford" – Mary Hembree, The Town Tribune

9/2/16 Reliving a Legend TheatreWorks Opens Epic Western Drama 'The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance' Sept. 16

Events

Staged Reading: Dead Ringer By Gino Dilorio
Thursday, Sept. 29th at 8pm, Wine & Cheese Reception at 7:30pm.
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TWKids Holiday Musical Workshop: Elf Jr. Classes begin Saturday, October 15 at 9:00am.

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Auditions for Peter and the Starcatcher will be held at the theatre on Monday & Tuesday, October 3rd & 4th from 7-9:30 PM.
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Theatreworks New Milford updated their cover photo.

The Cast of "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" by Jethro Compton. Playing at TheatreWorks New Milford thought October 8th. Tickets available NOW at www.theatreworks.us!
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Theatreworks New Milford updated their cover photo.

(l to r): Jonathan Ross as Marshal Johnson, Mark Feltch as Bert Barricune, Ali Bernhardt as Hallie Jackson, James Dietter as Ransom Foster, and Rufus De Rham as Billy.
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