Made in America - there isn’t much that is truly made in America anymore. Theatrical works for stage, screen, airwaves, and the internet are one of the few things that are completely produced here. New plays are no exception. We’re getting new works out this spring and summer, coming to a venue near you.
Come to Gloucester, MA on Wednesday March 24 and Wednesday, April 7 for two very special events, both starting at 7:30 pm. The Pleasant Street Tea Co. hosts two very special events. Chuck Draghi’s “The Sin Eater” and Pete Holm’s “All the Brits in New York” will be read by North Shore actors and actresses, Keith Littles, Tom Graves, Roseann Hogan, and other area actors on March 24. This is where our program started: this is our return to a very special town that is an American treasure and literate and cinematic haven that complements the industry and artisans here.
A benefit for Disabled Veterans is hosted by Glenn and Allison on April 7, when Pete Holm’s new play “A Cure for Green Grass and the Blues” will be presented.
Seating is limited for both events, so contact firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets.
Made In America series “Hot Rep New Plays” coming this summer.
Mark your calendar for July 21-August 1, when CTB Playwriting contest winner Elizabeth Kuster’s play “The Last Superhero” and Pete Holm’s”A Cure for Green Grass and the Blues” are produced by The Studio at the Old Creamery Theatre in Amana, Iowa. Look for listings in Boston, New York, and other cities for Club Theatre presentations as well. Support new plays, and they will support your community.
Thank you for your continued support.