Opera House stage to be named for Orson Welles
WOODSTOCK – The Woodstock Opera House will dedicate its stage to Orson Welles early next year in a ceremony that will be shot for a documentary by an Oscar-winning filmmaker.
Welles, the multitalented theater and film guru responsible for “Citizen Kane” among other masterpieces, got his start in 1934 at age 19, directing on the stage that soon will be called “The Orson Welles Stage at the Woodstock Opera House.” Welles attended the Todd School for Boys in Woodstock.
“Obviously, Orson Welles had quite a big history here,” Opera House Director John Scharres said. “This is where he really got his start as a performer.”
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