Feb 25: Northwestern University 10-Minute Play Workshop (Reading)

02.16.2017 00:40:00
Chicago Dramatists' Saturday Series: FEBRUARY
Playwrights, theatre artists, and the general public convene in the Chicago Dramatists' theatre to witness the birth of a new work for the stage and to participate in its development by offering feedback to its playwright. The plays are always directed and rehearsed and are presented with minimal staging. After each reading, the audience members are invited to fill out written response sheets and to join in a post-reading discussion.

Saturday, February 25, 2017 at 2:00pm
at Chicago Dramatists | 1105 W. Chicago Ave., Chicago, IL 60642



Northwestern University 10-Minute Play Workshop

11th Annual Readings of Graduate Student Plays

Chicago Dramatists’ professional actors and directors stage readings of short plays and scenes, developed in the Northwestern University Department of Radio/Television/Film’s M.F.A. in Writing for the Screen and Stage program, taught by Resident Playwright Emeriti Rebecca Gilman and Brett Neveu, with Bill Bleich, Thomas Bradshaw, Zayd Dohrn, and Dave Tolchinsky.

Plays include AWOL by Kate Royal, LOVE STINGS by Gail Gilbert, THE HAND by Lars Steier, REMEMBRANCES OF THE LAST BEAR by Joe Shetina, WILLING IT by Oona O’Leary, THE ROCK AND THE HARD PLACE by Kristen Field and WHERE ISN'T WALDO? By Ellie Goodman.

Directed by Richard Shavzin, Kaiser Ahmed, Melanie Keller and Kevin Christopher Fox (producer).


This event is FREE ($7 suggested donation at the door) and open to the public.



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