Edith on the West Coast, Pure in NJ, and A Spare Me in NYC

19 Oct

Amielynn Abellera as
Edith in Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them at Artists at Play. Photo by Michael C. Palma.

Artists at Play‘s production of Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them started previews last night and will be opening this Saturday. They share some wonderful reflections about their production on their site, including this context illuminating post by dramaturg Skyler Gray and a video interview with the director and cast! Tickets  are available  here.

In other news, The McCarter Theatre in Princeton, New Jersey will be doing a reading of Pure in their Lab Series on November 3rd at 7:00pm! Tickets and details are here, and I’ll have more info for you, when we’re cast!

Finally, we’re in the midst of rehearsals for A Spare Me, the play I’m developing with Waterwell’s New Works Lab at the Professional Performing Arts School (a performing arts high school in New York). It’s a 16-character adventure in a world on the brink of destruction. The play features most of the school’s senior class, many of whom are developing new work for the first time. It’s been a great experience so far, and I’m excited for you to see the fruits of our labors! The show runs November 14 – 17 in the PPAS Auditorium at 7:00pm. Full details will come soon. In the meantime, help support arts in schools by giving to Waterwell’s Kickstarter campaign for the New Works Lab.

One Response to “Edith on the West Coast, Pure in NJ, and A Spare Me in NYC”

  1. Mark October 19, 2012 at 3:30 pm #

    Happy Opening Night Rey,

    I wish I could be there!

    All my very best, Mark

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