Two spinster sisters, their possibly schizophrenic maid, and a melancholy mastiff spend their days dreaming of love and power in a ruinous old estate on the desolate, fog-enshrouded English moors (though, oddly, all of them seem to speak with American accents, even the dog). When the arrival of a hapless governess (though no children are in evidence) and a crash-prone moor hen upset the already precarious balance of the household, romances bloom, alliances are formed, lies are unmasked, loyalties shift, and the tension mounts until finally – someone reaches the breaking point! Tracy Liz Miller directs April Armstrong (Agatha), Bonnie Black (The Moor Hen), Lori Evans (Marjory/Mallory), Kate McMorran (Emilie), Molly Parker Myers (Huldey), and Shane Sczepankowski (The Mastiff) in “The Moors” – a mysterious, menacing, and savagely funny postmodern mash-up of the Bronte Sisters and Samuel Beckett from the pen of Jen Silverman. Thursdays thru Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2:00pm from May 30 thru June 9, Bridge Street Theatre, 44 West Bridge Street, Catskill. For details and ticketing information, visit BridgeSt.org.