The newly reopened Bedford Playhouse will host an event featuring exclusive footage and select scenes of "Right to Harm" followed by a Q&A and reception with Mark Bittman, legendary New York Times food author and activist, on June 14.
The documentary “Right to Harm,“ produced by Hourglass Films and executive produced by Bittman, takes a provocative look at the powerful industrial farming business in rural America, exploring the question, “Are the economic rights of agri-businesses more of a priority than the very basic human rights of Americans?”
For more information and tickets, visit the Bedford Playhouse online.
About the Bedford Playhouse
After over three years of fundraising, planning, and construction, Bedford Playhouse will open the doors to its 167-seat Main Theater, the largest of its three theaters, on Memorial Day Weekend, 2018.
The box office will be open and the Playhouse will screen two films for the public that weekend: Singin’ in the Rain and ET. Guests will be among the very first to experience the theater’s state-of-the-art technology and colossal screen — the biggest in Westchester County.
The Playhouse will offer limited programming on select weekends throughout the summer as operations ramp up towards the Fall Grand Opening. Over this period, the Playhouse will hire and train new staff and give the public a taste of the varied cultural programming it will offer once fully open. Programming of new films going forward will combine mainstream and independent releases, and also integrate family and classic programming.