Who We Are
Barbara BloeminkBarbara Bloemink is a member of Hudson Classical Theater Company and is on its Advisory Board as the Strategic Advisor. As an actor she has performed in two films, The Birthday Party and Hers, and a Zoom performance of Tennessee Williams’ Lady of Larkspur Lotion. Formerly she was the curatorial director of the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum; the managing director of the Guggenheim & Guggenheim Hermitage Museums in Las Vegas; the director and chief curator of the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia; the director and chief curator of The Kemper Museum of Art and Design, and the director and chief curator of the Hudson River Museum in New York. She has organized over 70 international exhibitions of modern and 20th century contemporary art and design and has lectured all over the world on topics including contemporary art and design, creativity and the art market.
Bloemink received a Ph.D. from Yale University and earned her B.A. from Stanford University.
Steve GuttenbergAn accomplished stage actor, Steve's theatre credits include his Broadway debut in the lead role in Prelude to a Kiss . He also starred on Broadway in Woody Allen's one-act play, Honeymoon Hotel , which was part of the show, Relatively Speaking . Steve performed in London's West End in The Boys Next Door and in the stage premiere of Furthest from the Sun . Steve appeared as Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland in Hudson Classical Theater Company's HENRY 4.1 .
Steve has starred in more than 60 films, including some of the most successful blockbuster movies and sequels of all time. Steve's movies have generated more than $1 billion in international box office sales, a feat accomplished by relatively few superstars. In addition to the "Police Academy," "Three Man and a Baby" and "Cocoon" films, he won critical acclaim for his roles in "Short Circuit," "Diner," "The Boys from Brazil" with Gregory Peck and Laurence Olivier and "The Bedroom." He earned raves for "P.S. Your Cat is Dead," his first film as director, producer, co-screenwriter and star. He produced and starred in the independent film, "A Novel Romance," which won best feature at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. Steve's other films include "Can't Stop the Music," "Tower of Terror," "Mojave Phone Booth," "Making Change," "Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus," its sequel, "Meet the Santas" and "It Takes Two" with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. His California high school comedy film, "The Chicken Chronicles," remains a cult classic. Steve's new movie, "Affluenza," is garnering excellent reviews. On television, Steve's work includes the critically-acclaimed, "Miracle on Ice," "To Race the Wind" and the nuclear holocaust picture, "The Day After," one of the highest-rated made-for-television movies in history. Steve appeared as a lead in the NBC made-for-television remake of "The Poseidon Adventure." His other TV credits include "Veronica Mars," "Dancing with the Stars" and "Law and Order: Criminal Intent." He was executive producer of the CBS School Break Special, "Gangs," which earned an Emmy nomination and he debuted as a TV director in another critically-praised CBS School Break Special, "Love Off Limits."
In 2011, Steve received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.