In their dedication to new play development, Blue Roses Productions will present 4 evenings of new play readings. The first evening, Not To Be Ignored, January 28 (Monday) at 7:00pm, includes plays by - Judy Stadt, Linda Billington, Judd Lear Silverman - each piece containing a lead character entering their golden years. Winter Shorts, January 29 (Tuesday) at 7:00pm, includes a mix of themes by master writers Karen Eterovich, Judd Lear Silverman, Dawson Moore, Arlitia Jones, Richard Cottrell. The third evening, offers Blue Roses the opportunity to introduce NYC audiences to some of the outstanding playwrights from the last frontier. Blue Roses Celebrates Alaskan Playwrights, February 4 (Monday) at 7:00pm - introduces plays by Mollie Ramos, Lucas Rowley, Tom Moran, Carolyn Roesbery, Dawson Moore, Linda Billington, Schatzie Schaefers, Kyra Meyer, Forrest Leo. The winter Infusion series concludes with a reading of Kennedy V, the latest full-length from popular playwright/filmmaker/composer - Roland Tec - February 26 (Tuesday) at 7:00pm.
All readings are scheduled to be held at the Abingdon Theater Company Spaces, 312 W. 36th Street (between 8th & 9th Avenues), NYC. There is NO admission charge.
Blue Roses Productions is a national Production Company dedicated to presenting the works of Tennessee Williams, as well as nurturing and producing works by new American Playwrights that champion the human spirit. Blue Roses Productions strives to create an artistic haven where established and emerging artists can challenge themselves while developing their craft.
Company members and associates involved in this series (acting, directing, producing) include: Frank Anderson, Christina Ashby, Nili Bassman, Timothy Brown, Louisa Cabot, Ryan Castro, Dominic Comperatore, Kara Lee Corthron, Lucy Cottrell, Richard Cottrell, Erma Duricko, Karen Eterovich, Heather Lee Harper, Jim Ireland, Sarah Ireland, Daniel Irvine, Donna LaStella, Blair Sams, George Sheffey, leslie shreve, Judd Lear Silverman, Megan Smith, Doug Stephens, Aaron Wester, Thomas Wolfe, and John Yearley.
Reservations: 212-252-4915. No Admission Charge. No suggested donation, but donations always appreciated.