New York Theater Workshop
Mondays at 3pm Reading Series
Directed by Christian Parker
The founder of a family history website invites three families to time travel into their past at an immersive theme park called Descentland. They find themselves in the unexpected and horrifying worlds of Treblinka, a Nazi death camp, an Esopus IndianWar massacre in upstate New York and an ICE roundup in Times Square. They quickly realize how their pasts have defined who they are as Americans.
Primary Stages Workshop Reading
Directed by Paige Price
307 W 38th St, Suite 1510
TASHA/ ANNE/ FLIGHT ATTENDANT/ RUSSIAN WAITRESS: Irene Sofia Lucio
YURI/ BORIS/ FBI AGENT/ TED/ MAURY: Gopal Divan
WOMAN AT RUSSIAN CONSULATE/ MARINA/ AIRPORT PERSON: Renata Friedman
DASHA/ PATTY O’MALLEY: Judy Gold
MASHA/ MJ: Kirsten Wyatt
MISHA/ JIMMY: Graham Stevens
STAGE DIRECTIONS: Eric Breger
Lyrics by David Clement
Music by David Clement with Rob Bailey
Book by Kate Moira Ryan and Doug Wright
Directed by Christopher Ashley
Thursday, March 22 at 7:30pm
Rao and Padma Makineni Play Development Center
Diana went to Bryn Mawr and grew up with all the trappings of a privileged life. But in 1968, war is raging and sides must be taken. Seduced by a charismatic revolutionary, Diana gets sucked into the life and ideology of the Weathermen, even as peaceful protests give way to days of rage and violence. Inspired by the true story of the Weather Underground and featuring a dynamic original score, Weatherman examines a moment of radical political extremism that feels unmistakably and urgently of the present.
Presenting an OPEN SALON January 29th at 7:30PM
at Medicine Show -- Motherf**king O'Malleys by Kate Moira Ryan Directed by Lori Kee
with Jackie Maruschak, Mary Baynard, Jacob Troy, Mariel Matero, Bryan James Hamilton and Janet Bentley
by Kate Moira Ryan
Directed by Josh Beadle
Truman and Daisy are a young couple living in New York and trying to make it to Broadway. They’re mad in love if not, occasionally, mad at each other and they’re preparing for their wedding. Shortly after their wedding though Daisy starts getting splitting headaches, which leads to a diagnosis of an inoperable brain tumor. The young couple must decide how to live out the rest of Daisy’s life.
This play is loosely based on the Britney Maynard story and was written as part of the Keen Playwrights Lab.
Three Brothers Theatre - 115 North Genesee Street, Waukegan, IL 60085 - View Map
Midtown Direct Rep (MDR) concludes its 2015-16 Theater in the Loft series at the South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) with a staged reading of BLINK, written by Kate Moira Ryan and directed by Mark Armstrong. The staged reading will be performed for one night only on Sunday, March 20, 2016 at 7pmat SOPAC (One Sopac Way, South Orange, NJ, 07079). The reading is $15 and open to the public. Tickets can be purchased at the SOPAC box office, www.sopacnow.org, or by calling 973-313-ARTS (2787). For direct link to purchase tickets, pleaseClick Here.
The cast will feature MDR company members Josephine Rose Roberts (Broadway: Rock of Ages, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, The Electric Company on PBS) and Matt Yeager(actor/writer Greg & Donny, The Burg). Additional cast to be announced.