My one-act play, The Second Annual Administration Building Takeover And Slumber Party, will be be receiving a staged reading as part of Arts Resources for the Tri-State's New Works festival in Huntington, West Virginia on Saturday, December 5, 2015 at 7:00 pm.
The reading will be directed by Stephen Vance and feature a cast of Michael Naglee, Joanna Murdock, Nora Ankrom, Dylan Clark and will be followed by a staged reading of Mike Murdock's Brighter Days. Tickets for the paired reading will be $10.
Arts Resources for the Tri-State is located at 900 8th Ave, Huntington, WV.
The text of The Second Annual Administration Building Takeover And Slumber Party is available on The New Play Exchange.
N.B.: Arts Resources for the Tri-State has created a Facebook page for the New Works 2015 festival.
Sunday, November 22, 2015
Staged Reading: THE SECOND ANNUAL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING TAKEOVER AND SLUMBER PARTY at Arts Resources For the Tri-State
Posted by Ian Thal at 6:41 PM
Friday, November 20, 2015
Tonight, November 20, I will be moderating a panel discussion after a performance of Ilan Stavans' The Oven at Charlestown Working Theater. My panelists will be Stavans, who wrote and performs in the show, and director Matthew Glassman.
The Oven is an autobiographical piece about Stavans' experience of an ecstatic ritual as a guest of an indigenous religious group in the Columbian Amazon.
Stavans is a professor of Latin American and Latino cultures at Amherst College, and a prolific translator of English, Spanish, Yiddish and Hebrew literature.
Matthew Glassman is an actor, director, and playwright affiliated with Double Edge Theatre in Ashfield, Massachusetts.