FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Club Theatre Boston in residence at, The Green Room @ Erbaluce in the Bay Village at the edge of the Theatre District, presents its 2010 Season for Readings featuring award-winning author Bette Greene presenting her new work on January 26.
Bay Village resident, Bette Greene is the author of Summer of My German Soldier, and its sequel Morning Is A Long Time Coming as well as many best-selling award-winning novels. She dramatizes her work in an appearance at Boston’s premiere New Works Project, Club Theatre Boston at The Green Room @ Erbaluce.
Ms. Greene presents a dramatized version of her work and will offer a book signing and a Discussion on Censorship and Autobiographical Fiction following the presentation.
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Club Theatre Boston Announces January Play Readings at The Green Room@Erbaluce 69 Church Street, Boston, MA 02116.
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Admission is FREE by reservation.
Tuesday, January 19, 2010, 7pm
“A Cure for Green Grass and the Blues” by Peter Holm
Pete Holm’s new play about Deployment, Re-deployment, Faith, and Disability
The play will be followed by a panel Discussion on Re-Deployment of Disabled Vets with local Playwrights, Authors, and Journalists
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Tuesday, January 26, 2010, 7pm
Performer, dramatist, and author, BETTE GREENE performs her theatrical piece with music and discusses the teleplay and the Musical that have been developed from her work.
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