New Feathers: A Playwright Reading Series
November 1, 2018@7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
One event on November 15, 2018 at 7:00pm
One event on December 20, 2018 at 7:00pm
One event on December 6, 2018 at 7:00pm
New Feathers: A Playwright Reading Series presents the award-winning playwrights of the Princeton Witherspoon Circle who will share their latest literary creations.
$20 general admission for each performance
Price includes a pre-show gathering from 6:15 – 6:45 pm. Light refreshments will be served.
Performance at 7 pm, with one 15 minute intermission
Galleries remain open until 9 pm
Tickets available at will-call. Valid photo ID required to redeem tickets.
Thursday, November 1
Theatrical Shorts – featuring six new 10-15 minute plays
A Slap In The Ass by Ken Kaissar
Jugs by Shelli Pentimall Bookler
Try The Fortune Cake by Barry M Putt
The Tale Of The Spooky Turnip by Greg Nanni
Animals by Kerri Kochanski
The Faint Taste Of Cat Food And Sour Milk by Barbara Blumenthal Ehrlich
Cast includes: James Jeseberger, Brianna Lynn, Keith Maliszewski, Alexandra Voelmle and Hayden Saunier
Director: Joey Perillo
Thursday, December 6
PeopleSpeak by John Augustine
Secedin From Eden by John McDonnell
Celebrity by John Augustine
Cast includes: Tyler Horn, Judith Lightfoot-Clarke, Meghan Malloy, Joey Perillo, Clayton Prince, Nyiema Lunsford
Director: John Augustine
Thursday, December 20
Specially-Selected Featured, Full-Length Play
NAKED CALL, by Award-Winning Playwright, Ken Kaissar
An Off-Off-Broadway theatre company produces a futuristic, post-apocalyptic, Dystopian tale, but the concept requires that the piece be performed in the nude. The play is fully rehearsed and the cast gathers for the first naked rehearsal. Hesitation sets in and causes the cast to scrutinize the concept. Are we getting naked out of necessary artistic expression? Or is this a desperate attempt to be noticed?
Note: No actors or audience members will be harmed by an actual nude performance. Appropriate attire will be provided to cast, keeping them properly covered-up in all the right areas. Not recommended for ages under 16.