Three couples struggle to meet their basic needs for food, love and survival. As they try to make sense of a changing world, their inner desires and appetites become driving forces that could lead to either catastrophe or redemption.
Funny, dark and provocative, Milk explores the universal need to feed and to be fed; physically, emotionally, spiritually. It is an emotive and heartfelt play about what sustains us, what makes us sick and what we just can’t get enough of.
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm; Sundays at 2pm
About Thrown Stone Theatre Company
Thrown Stone cultivates artists and audiences through opportunity, education, and mentorship, emphasizing new work and unconventional approaches to repertoire. We are committed to integrity, inclusiveness, and using technology to serve the region with theatre of distinction.
July 16, 4pm
Connections: An Intergenerational Forum
Ridgefield First Selectman Rudy Marconi interviews the cast in a post-matinee panel on the theme of connection across generations.
Enjoy free wine and snacks and chat with passionate professionals and volunteers from local organizations dedicated to connecting our community with the things we need to thrive. Founder’s Hall, Meals on Wheels, Ridgefield Chorale, Rotary Club of Ridgefield, and RVNA will all take part.
Admission and refreshments are free. Attending the July 16th matinee of Milk is recommended but not required.
July 18, 4pm
Healthy Indulgences with Alissa Monteleone
Treat yourself to something healthy with this demonstration of how to make a chocolate- raspberry tart, led by Alissa Monteleone of Simply Good Thinking and assisted by the cast of Milk. Featuring fresh cream by Hudson Milk, deliverer of fresh products supplied by local, family-owned farms and businesses.
Admission (and a take-home goodie bag) are free. Please note: recipes contain nuts.
July 24, 4pm
Meet the Playwright with Ross Dunsmore
In this Skype interview led by Geoffrey Morris of Townvibe, Milk playwright Ross Dunsmore answers your questions about the play, live from Scotland.
Co-sponsored by the Ridgefield Arts Council, this is a unique opportunity to mingle with both local and international artists.
Admission and refreshments are free.