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The 2016 TRU Voices Musicals Series will feature Oswald: The Musical about the infamous 60's assassin, by composer/lyricist Josh Sassanella and librettist Tony LePage, produced by Alan Swanke; Hurricane Katrina-inspired Gumbo by composer Brett Macias and librettist/lyricist Christina Quintana, produced by Randy Donaldson; and To Dance about a Russian ballet star who defected during the Cold War, by librettist/lyricist Kyra Robinov and Hungarian composer Tibor Zonai, produced by Adam Boncz, Halle Morse and Elyse Sholk.
EagerReads is a New Play Development Effort by EagerRisk Theater to support and gain exposure for new, eager, and risky playwrights, showcasing work in an inviting and professional atmosphere. Bi-weekly staged readings on Tuesday at John DeSotelle Studio's Nu.Box unless otherwise stated.
Eyes Blind by Dylan Rae Brown - August 18th
If All Mountains were Molehills by Annie R. Such - September 1st
Mountain King, Rose Queen by Michael Aguirre - September 15th
Down Goes the Queen of Virginia by Annie R. Such - September 29th
East in Red by Ryan Sprague - October 13th
Mad Blood and Other Beauties by Jason Rosenberg - November 10th
Tribunal by Mark Kessler - November 24th
Evergreed by Jacob Bremkamp - December 8th
The Last Rightboy by Seamus Lucason - December 22nd
Set in present-day Tokyo, Girl X conveys the mood of an anxiety-ridden society through the members of an anonymous urban family: "Sister," who lives with her rich "Husband" and young daughter, her derelict "Younger Brother" and "Man," her former boyfriend who now wanders the streets in search of the "Enemy." Written by Suguru Yamamoto, one of Japan's youngest and most promising playwrights and directors, Girl X has received much acclaim in Japan, Thailand and Malaysia for capturing a spectrum of complex emotions including the feelings of insecurity, indifference, tension and relief. Award-winning director Charlotte Brathwaite leads a cast of American actors and musicians in an innovative reading of this multi-layered story. Playwright Yamamoto joins in a post-performance conversation with the audience.
Proceeds from the 50th Anniversary Benefit Reading of The Man Who Came to Dinner support Roundabout Theatre Company's many programs and initiatives, including the Company Archives and Classic Play Production Fund. Classic plays are the founding cornerstone of Roundabout Theatre Company's mission and the Classic Play Production Fund allows Roundabout to plan future productions that enrich New York City's theatrical landscape. Roundabout's Archives preserve materials related to current works and the 50 years of its nationally acclaimed, Tony- and Drama Desk–Awarded productions as well as institutional documents that chronicle how the company grew from a 150 seat off-off-Broadway theatre to the largest not-for-profit theatre in the country.
Written in 1909, The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet is Shaw's rollicking tale of the Old American Wild West. This rarely seen mystery/comedy of an outsider accused of being a horse thief and is on the verge of being strung up when a mysterious woman appears.
Todd and Mitzy are the perfect couple…right? In Michael Kimmel's new piece, we see the cold reality of what happens after the meet cute. From first date to marriage, kinky sex stories to the lows of infertility, Todd and Mitzy is a humorous and heartfelt exploration of the cost of commitment, and how perilous the road can be, even, and especially, for the perfect couple.