I get to join my friend Stan once again and read one of his fantastic works - Mrs. Samsa's Brunch, with the brilliantly talented Johnny Patrick Yoder and Whitney Wakimoto. See the official press release below and hope to see you there!!
Seven 10-minute plays chosen by a panel of judges from around the country will receive rehearsed readings as part of The Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights (ALAP) 2016 Play Reading Festival, which this year – for the first time – takes place in both Los Angeles and New York.
The LA readings happen this Saturday, October 8, at 3:15 PM at the Community Center at Plummer Park, 7377 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood. Free parking is available in the lots off both Santa Monica Boulevard and Fountain Avenue; street parking is also available.
Ed Asner and Renee Taylor headline a group of actors in LA, where they will be joined by fellow performers Ali Axelrad, Lauren Byrd, Christina Conte, Erin Cote, Erin Cottrell, Bob Ebinger, Don Frankel, Dorian Frankel, Maggie Grant, Michael Hanson, Damian Kerr, Wayne Knickel, Trip Langley, Suzanne Nichols, Gabriel Oliva, Tarah Pollock, Whitney Wakimoto, and Johnny Patrick Yoder. Directors are Allison Bibicoff, Stanley Brown, Maggie Grant, Elin Hampton, John Fingal O’Donnell, and Miranda Stewart.
The New York readings take place Monday, October 10, at 7:00 PM at Jacks Bar, 129 Orchard Street, New York 10002, and will feature actors David Arthur Bachrach, Leonie Bell, Joanna Connolly, Nick Giedris, Harrison Gogswell, Geoffrey Lind, Alana Osborn-Lief, Sarah-Ann Rodgers, and leslie Shreve, directed by Peggy Howard Chane and Chelsea Anderson-Long. Vice Chair Rose Desena produces. For reservations, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The chosen plays are Still Waiting for the Streetcar by Dan Berkowitz; Mrs. Samsa’s Brunch by Stanley Brown; Sales of a Death Man by Anne Flanagan; Border Towns by Starina Johnson; Buddha Belly by Anna Nicholas; A Christmas Presence by Felix Racelis; and It’s Not for Everyone by Carol Anne Seflinger.
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