So I’m really excited about this reading because of A) I need to work on this piece B) Shakespeare’s Sister Company seems really cool and C) The Delancey is an AmAzE little downtown venue that I’m delighted to have discovered!
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THE DELANCEY, NEW YORK CITY – Monday, July 16th – We will present Amina Henry’s new play-in-progress, “The Secret Keeper”. We will be casting some of the roles from the audience for this project. Actors, come and play.
“The Secret Keeper ” is a surreal dark comedy. On a journey to find the person to confess her secrets, our heroine, Ross and her pet fish, Andy, become stuck in a nightmare when their car breaks down in a nowhere town. As they wait in a diner for what seems like an eternity, Ross discovers the secrets the locals struggle with while grappling with the weight of her own.
We are so thrilled to be hosting week four of these original play readings! It’s been a truly wonderful way for our audiences to be a part of Live Art…witnessing the early development of these wonderful scripts and, with audience feedback, challenges these authors to make great script improvements with a goal of producing stories at a large scale event. Our audiences will have a direct impact on the direction the playwright will take with their script.
New Playwright every Monday Evening
June 18th through August 13th from 6:30 – 8:30pm at The Delancey, located at 168 Delancey Street (between Clinton and Attorney).
J, M, Z, F trains to the Delancey stop
Actors, directors, playwrights and theater enthusiasts, help us make this a great event and we can’t wait to see you there! Free event with a one drink minimum. Over 21+ only.This past week, we had a wonderful crowd celebrating Catherine Castellani’s new play, “The Bigsley Project”. Come back tomorrow night! You guys were awesome and we have lots of room for everyone!
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Formed in 2008, The Shakespeare’s Sister Company (SSC) is a not-for-profit theater organization supporting women in the arts. Our commitment is to produce established works and new plays by female authors, as well as by Sir William Shakespeare. Our mission is to address global change through the theater, including workshops with the community and literacy for youth.