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  • 15 Mar 2010 8:00 PM | Deleted user
    Hearts, Flowers...And Blood.

    Playwright Anne Hamilton will read the first play AND HERE YOU ARE from THE LOVE PLAY at No Passport's Hibernating Rattlesnakes Reading Series in New York City at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, 236 E. 3rd Street (Between Avenues B and C). She will read one part each month. $5 suggested admission.

    Follow artist STACY LEE MADISON and her dead teenage lover JONATHAN through Paradise, Earth, Limbo and the Womb. In that order.

  • 06 Mar 2010 5:00 PM | Mary Steelsmith
    SELDOM IS HEARD, a ten minute play
    by Mary Steelsmith
    Saturday March 6
    2:00 p.m.
    Donald Bruce Kaufman - Brentwood Branch Library
    11820 San Vicente Boulevard
    Los Angeles, 90049



    IVAN- 20's - 30's
    A strapping, young man, dressed in a faded buttoned up work shirt and jeans, wearing a kerchief that covers his hair. He totters unsteadily. We hope he won't tip over. Whatever happened to make him this way, there are no outward scars.

    HANNAH - 20's -30's
    Hannah is a plain looking woman, perhaps large-sized. She wears a buttoned up shirt, covering a tank top beneath it, and jeans. Hannah carries herself with a familiar caregiver's energy, tired but in a groove of well-practiced cheerfulness.

    MARILYN - 30's - 40's
    With one glance, you can tell she's one of those women who made sure her home was spotless before she left it this morning.
    Marilyn's hair is perfect and she sports a pink feminine suit with matching purse,fit for the many cosmetics it must contain. You just know her car is pink.

    Two chairs signifying a front porch of a modest house in the suburbs.

    SYNOPSIS: Hannah has quite a bit on her plate nowadays. Her husband, Ivan, has returned from his tour of duty in Afghanistan with an I.E.D.- caused brain injury. The term "supporting our troops" seems to have a different meaning now that he's home. Ivan's noisy and unpredictable behavior on his own front porch irks Marilyn, president of the local Neighborhood Restoration Association (NRA), who insists Ivan be put in a "special place," in order to keep up the local morale. Recognizing the war on terror has to also be fought on the home front, Hannah and Ivan choose to reenter mainstream society and credit Marilyn for her bright idea.
  • 22 Feb 2010 3:16 PM | Patricia Milton

    Patricia Milton's short play, "Meltdown" will be featured in SHEHEREZADE X, an evening of short plays inspired by events of 2009. Performances begin at 8 p.m. March 19-27 at the Phoenix Theatre in San Francisco, 414 Mason Street, 6th Floor. "Meltdown" was inspired by the worldwide economic downturn and the discovery of a supernova by a 14-year-old citizen astronomer in upstate New York.

  • 21 Feb 2010 1:27 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton
    The Women of the Stockyards features readings of 7 plays about women who worked in the Chicago Stockyards on 4 dates. On March 5, 6, and 26, at 7 pm, readings will be at Cafe Ballou, 939 N. Western, Chicago, Illinois, and on March 28 at 7, at Royal George Gallery in Chicago. A donation of $5 is suggested.

    Considered the 8th Wonder of the World in the late 19th century, the Chicago Stockyards is a place where anything can happen – so, of course, in Nancy's play, Rosie wants to defy her mother’s plans for her and join in the excitement.
  • 21 Feb 2010 1:16 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton
    One of 10 plays in n.u.f.a.n.'s Garden of Eatin', "Don't Call Me Loretta" will be produced at the Prop Theater, 3502 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL, on March 16 and 17.

    Darren Callahan directs Andrea Lucius and Ron Lipski in this short comedy.
  • 08 Feb 2010 5:18 PM | Deleted user

    A full production of a short play in "From Script to You: 2010 New Works Festival", March 5-13, North Canton Playhouse, North Canton, OH.

    In a land very close to the shore, on a faraway cliff top, Janie and Mel  meet the son (or daughter) they might have (or didn't) create sometime in their life.


  • 08 Feb 2010 5:08 PM | Deleted user

    A full production of a short play in Benchwarmers IX at Santa Fe Playhouse; February 4-26, 2010.  Tickets are $15 each, with discounts for seniors and students.  Thursdays are Pay-What-You-Wish.

    A chance encounter between cabaret artists Charles Trenet and Maurice Chevalier in postwar Paris leads to the revelation of a rivalry between two men who are both haunted by their own wartime demons.


  • 01 Feb 2010 3:47 PM | Anonymous
    A queen and her fool discover all sorts of secrets in iambic pentameter and doggerel. Part of the Santa Fe Playhouse (NM) Benchwarmers IX readings festival February 27 and 28.
  • 01 Feb 2010 3:46 PM | Anonymous
    2010 Heideman Award finalist!
  • 23 Jan 2010 3:30 PM | Sandra de Helen
    The Godmother a new full-length drama is the story of Tomboy McCorkle and her rise to power as boss of her crime family. Along the way, she falls in love with her sister-in-law, is shot by her rival Chee Chee di Mayo as they maneuver for bootlegging territory during prohibition, and mentors her 16 year-old brother. All this is set to a back drop of Kansas City in the roaring 20's with authentic KC jazz. Place: Portland Center Stage, Mezzanine level, during Fertile Ground New Works Festival. Tickets $10 or free with Festival Pass. Discounts available. Portland, Oregon  

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