Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Tucson: BASH Public Reading FREE


From: lyric-arts []
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2006 11:24 AM
Subject: BASH Public Reading FREE

Coyote Ramblers Performing Artists and Artfare/The Muse Present
A FREE Public Reading this Sunday, October 1, at 2 pm, of
By Neil LaBute
Directed by Ken Tesoriere
This rehearsed public reading of Bash begins Coyote Ramblers Free Monthly Reading Series on first Sundays, of theater plays that are often provocative reflections of our times or lost classics.

Author of Bash, Neil LaBute, is often hailed by critics as a brilliant dramatic satirist with caustic wit in his theater and film works.  Besides Bash, he has written This Is How It Goes, Filthy Talk for Troubled Times, Autobahn, Fat Pig, The Shape of Things, and others, and his films, In The Company of Men, Your Friends and Neighbors, and others.

Bash recounts three darkly brilliant personal accounts - In Iphigenia In Orem, a Utah businessman (Clay Utley) confides in a stranger about a chilling secret crime, in Medea Redux a woman (Dallas Thomas) recounts her complex and tragic relationship with a school teacher, and in Gaggle of Saints, a young couple (Marissa Garcia and Clay Utley) separately recount violent events on their anniversary weekend.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear these provocative, enlightening, and entertaining stories FREE this Sunday, October 1, at 2pm sharp at 55 N. 6th Avenue (across from the Ronstadt Bus Center), downtown.  Light refreshments and snacks provided.  Plenty of easy parking available nearby on Sundays.  Call 682-3224 for any further details or reservations (not required).

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