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New Writing Workshops (2008)

Free Public Readings / Summer Writing Workshops 2008

Painted Filly Theatre will workshop four new full-length plays this summer. We are providing five playwrights with actors, directors, time, and space to develop their work. There will be a free public reading at the end of each workshop week, taking place in Project Arts Centre on two consecutive Saturdays (19 and 26 July, 1 PM and 3 PM each day). If you are hunting for talented writers or actors, if you want to hear what these contemporary international voices have to say, or if you just want to spend a free afternoon in the theatre, this is the perfect event for you. Our workshop series will feature the following plays:

Grace of the Median by Fin Keegan
19 July, 1:00 PM / Director: Louise Lowe
Judgment Has No Shoes by Daniel Kelley
19 July, 3:00 PM / Director: Jennifer Killelea
The Crown Jewels by Christiaan Feehan & Shawn Sturnick
26 July, 1:00 PM / Director: Nick Johnson
Michael & Selene by Jesse Weaver
26 July, 3:00 PM / Director: Naomi O’Kelly

All readings will be in Project Arts Centre, in the Cube.

Tickets are free but should be reserved in advance through the box office, 01.881.9613/14. See here for more information about getting tickets and getting to Project Arts Centre.

The readings are made possible by the generous support of Willie White and Project Arts Centre, Andy Hinds and Classic Stage Ireland, the staff of Filmbase, and the volunteer actors and directors. The workshops and readings are produced by Nicholas Johnson, Jennifer Killelea, and Aoife Lucey.



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