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The Amoralists to Present Seven New Play Readings at AmoralFEST 2014: Revengeance

AmoralFEST's full-length play readings are free and open to the public. logo
Amoralists Literary Manager Jay Stull (pictured with playwright Mark Roberts at left) will direct two of the plays set for the gritty theater company's AmoralFEST 2014.
(© Russ Rowland)

New York downtown theater company The Amoralists will present full-length readings of seven new plays during "AmoralFEST 2014: Revengeance." Part of the company's eighth season, the festival runs from March 8-March 17 at Walkerspace.

AmoralFEST curates a series of full-length plays annually for public reading. Portions of the works have been read in AmoraLAB, a program that allows promising playwrights to hear actors perform their provocative new plays. Amoralists Literary Manager Jay Stull and Literary Associate Nick Trotta curate the event.

Plays to be featured in this second annual AmoralFEST include Fat Cat Killers, written by Adam Szymkowicz and directed by Jay Stull; The Lucky Ladies, written by Dominic Finocchiaro and directed by Jeremy Duncan Pape; Nylon, written by Sofia Alvarez and directed by Jess Chayes; triple beam wet dream, written by Ian Daniel and directed by Mia Rovegno; Parabola, written by Sarah DeLappe and directed by Stefanie Abel Horowitz; Death for Sydney Black, written by Leah Nanako Winkler and directed by Kip Fagan; and Between the Sandbar and the Shore, written by Brian Otaño and directed by Jay Stull.

For more information and a full AmoralFEST schedule, click here.