Elmwood Playhouse has a long history, but do you know the full story?
Take a look at the Elmwood Playhouse History page to see a full timeline of Elmwood’s memorable milestones.
Mike Gnazzo – Elmwood Historian
Pythian Hall 1956. A 2 1/2 story bulding, its windows boarded, was at the southwest corner of 1st Ave and Broadway in Nyack NY. It was the first home of Rockland Foundation, now Rockland Center for the Arts. The building was razed in 1957. It was once home of General James H. Blauvelt. It was long a parking lot, now Victoria Mews. That makes this building the birthplace of what is now Elmwood Playhouse.