09-09-2009, 08:51 AM #1
- Join Date
- Feb 2005
- SoWal via Louisville
Seaside Repertory Theatre's Staged Play Reading Series starts tonight!
Starting tonight at the Rep!
We packed the house during Seaside's Escape to Create when the Rep had a staged reading of Rich Orloff's play Skin Deep- now the Rep will bring you more staged readings- for free! Lots of fun and a great way to add some theatre to the middle of your week!
Staged Play Reading Series
Wednesday nights beginning September 9 (except October 6 and 13)
Meeting Hall Theatre
Free of Charge
Join Rep actors as we stage a reading of a new play each week. Audiences will get the chance to be a part of the show selection process, or see plays that we think are worth hearing, but for one reason or another won’t fit on our stage.
9/9/2009 Psychopathia Sexualis by John Patrick Shanley
“John Patrick Shanley’s new play, PSYCHOPATHIA SEXUALIS is…a smart new
comedy about men and their befuddlements and a shrink who may just be
the personification of evil…The play’s first half is perfectly poised
between daffy comedy and believable human neurosis which Shanley
combines so well that although you never know what wacky thing is
coming next, you believe it when it comes.” —LA Times.
9/16/2009 Sweet Sue by AR Gurney
A comic (and creative) tour de force, in which two actresses and two
actors, portray different aspects of the same two characters—a
middle-aged, but still very attractive divorcee, and her son’s college
roommate, to whom she is romantically drawn, despite the difference in
their ages. “This is the play Gurney’s fans have been waiting for him
to write, funny and inventive but also bravely expansive in scope.”
9/23/2009 The Food Chain by Nicky Silver
“Poisonously funny…the wittiest talk in town.” —NY Times.
“One of the funniest new plays to zoom into New York in years.” —NY
“Mean, smart and hilarious—his best play yet…built to barrel down the
laugh track and explode when it hits human misery.” —Washington Post
9/30/2009 The Violet Hour by Richard Greenberg
“A wonderful new work…of serious whimsy, of glittering style and dark
substance…THE VIOLET HOUR balances heights of wit with depths of
feeling.” —NY Times. “May just be Greenberg’s finest…The play is
continually amusing, but also deeply touching.” —Variety. “Richard
Greenberg’s luminous, mysterious, emotionally churning tragicomedy, THE
VIOLET HOUR, is a wondrous piece of work…This is the kind of bewitching
play that makes theater a world unto itself.” —Chicago Sun-Times.
09-09-2009, 10:05 AM #2
- Join Date
- Nov 2004
- SoWal, FL
this looks to be highly entertaining! informal. funn! & FREE! thanks!
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