Barbara Wolff Monday Night Reading Series

CAP21
18 W 18th St, New York, NY 10011
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You must make a reservation for EACH reading by clicking on the buttons below related to each of the four readings. Making a reservation for one reading does not automatically give you a reservation for all the readings. If the performance you wish to attend is sold out; please contact 212-807-0202 if you would like to be placed on the waiting list. Due to circumstances beyond CAP 21's control, it must cancel the Blythe Spirit reading, originally scheduled for Monday, October 17. PAGES a new musical Music by WILL VAN DYKE Lyrics by JOSH HALLOWAY and WILL VAN DYKE Book by JOSH HALLOWAY Directed by:Larry Arancio Set in present day Manhattan, this musical is the story of a reclusive middle-aged novelist who is forced by life threatening circumstances to come out of hiding and deal with his life. It is told through his quirky relationships with three women( his agent, his ex-wife and and his new assistant). This show marks the first collaboration on a full-length musical for these two CAP21 Conservatory alums. MONDAY, OCTOBER 24 at 7:00 PM ADMISSION IS FREE CLICK HERE for reservations. LADY ALICE a new musical Music by STEVEN SCHOENBERG Book and Lyrics by DIANE SEYMOUR Musical Direction by DAVID LOUD In this haunting musical tale of reincarnation, a struggling artist comes to the desolate countryside to paint the portrait of the mistress of Ashcroft Hall. He soon becomes enmeshed in the story of her 17th Century ancestors, finding intrigue, danger, and romance in her yellow drawing room where she languishes. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14 at 7:00 PM ADMISSION IS FREE CLICK HERE for reservations. THE CLASSICS PROFESSOR a new play By JOHN PIELMEIER Into Professor Alexander's class "Comedy in Greek Tragedy" steps Daemon, a young man who proceeds to turn the good professor's life upside-down. Alexander, who is translating and directing a college production of "The Bacchae" suddenly finds that his own life tooclosely resembles a play by Euripides, but with decidedly different results. "As Tragedy begins to unwind," he tells his class, "there comes that delicate point where Farce o'ertakes it." MONDAY, DECEMBER 5 at 7:00 PM ADMISSION IS FREE CLICK HERE for reservations.

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