Topics – 2013 After Seven Festival

 
June 25, 2013

Playwright-to-Playwright: The After Seven Festival Video Series

In this video series celebrating the 2013 After Seven Festival, we randomly paired the eight out-going playwrights of New Dramatists and asked them each to, after spending 7-years in each others' company either directly or universally, consider something they needed to know from that person and then to pose the burning questions.  Read More

Chiori MiyagawaThe Wedding Party─A collective performance piece/wedding

conceived by Chiori Miyagawa

officiated by Rabbi Monsignor London

directed by David Herskovits

Each tribute includes a public meet/greet reception following the reading.

The evening consists of:

Sheila Callaghan

Women Laughing Alone with Salad
by Sheila Callaghan
directed by Morgan Gould
Each tribute includes a public meet/greet reception following the reading.

A trashy feminist deconstruction of the popular internet meme.

Kirsten GreenidgeLittle Row Boat or, Conjecture

by Kirsten Greenidge

Each tribute includes a public meet/greet reception following the reading.

Little Row Boat or, Conjecture was originally commissioned by Yale Repertory Theatre.

Open Reading-Please Call 212-757-6960 for Reservations.

Adam BockThe Typographer's Dream

by Adam Bock

Each tribute includes a public meet/greet reception following the reading.

Open Reading-Please Call 212-757-6960 for Reservations. All new reservations will be placed on a waiting list.

Tanya BarfieldBright Half Life

by Tanya Barfield

directed by Adam Greenfield

Each tribute includes a public meet/greet reception following the reading.

Bright Half Life is a kaleidoscopic love story. An ever-shifting present collides with fragments of the past as Erika and Vicky are hurled through 25 years of love and heartbreak to discover the collection of moments that make up a life.

Carson Kreitzer

Lasso of Truth
by Carson Kreitzer
directed by Rebecca Taichman

Each tribute includes a public meet/greet reception following the reading.

A new play about William Marston, inventor of both the lie detector machine and Wonder Woman (yes, both...), and the women he loved, both of whom served as inspiration for the famous character.

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