Barbara Wolff Monday Night Reading Series 2006

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18 W 18th St, New York, NY 10011
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The Barbara Wolff Monday Night Reading Series is FREE to the public. Reservations are encouraged as space is limited. CLICK HERE FOR RESERVATIONS. March 6 at 7:30 pm: The Times Book and Lyrics by Joe Keenan, Music by Brad Ross, Musical Director Brad Ross, Director Greg Ganakas CLICK HERE FOR RESERVATIONS. The Times is the story of Liz and Ted, an actress and a writer living in New York City. Unfolding over 18 years, the bittersweet comedy charts their successes and setbacks and the effects these have on their marriage. An ensemble of six portrays their friends and colleagues. It also portrays the whole world beyond their marriage, a world of other peoples' triumphs and tragedies that Liz and Ted see primarily through the filter of the New York Times. March 20 at 7:30 pm: Sapphisto Summers Written by Mary Fengar Gail, Director Aimée Francis CLICK HERE FOR RESERVATIONS. Sapphisto Summers explores the loss of innocence through the crossing of professional, personal, and sexual boundaries between a teacher and her student; the damaging intensity of thwarted adolescent passions; and the power of art to express both pain and ecstasy. April 3 at 7:30 pm: Pages, a new musical Music by Will Van Dyke, Lyrics by Josh Halloway and Will Van Dyke, Book by Josh Halloway, Director Larry Arancio CLICK HERE FOR RESERVATIONS. With the deadline for his latest book fast approaching, a vitriolic hermit riddled with writer's block must come out of hiding in order to re-claim his creativity. Set in present day Manhattan, the story is told through his quirky relationships with three extraordinary people: his agent, his ex-wife and the delivery boy. April 10 at 7:30 pm: My Bernhardt Summer Written by Mark St. Germain, Director Will Pomerantz CLICK HERE FOR RESERVATIONS. My Bernhardt Summer is a dramatic comedy that takes place in the summer of 1917 when America entered the First World War and Sarah Bernhardt and Isadora Duncan descended on Long Beach, Long Island, for their summer holiday. When Bernhardt and Duncan arrive, young Ada Neal is caught in a tug of war between these two legendary women, with directly opposing views of life, art and love that will change her life forever. Appropriate For Ages: 15 and up

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