Spotlight Series Festival: New Play Readings

By Azuka Theatre (other events)

3 Dates Through Jan 16, 2014

Join Azuka for a first look at some of the most exciting new voices and stories in theatre during our Spotlight Series Festival. Each year we bring the best and the brightest to the table to read and discuss new work we are considering for future seasons and we’re inviting you to be a part of the process. We actively produce our Spotlight Series plays (the terrible girls, Whisky Neat, Skin and Bone, 'Twas The Night) and your voice is critical in making this kind of exciting new work happen. Come, pull up a seat at our artistic table!

Tuesday, January 14 @ 7:00pm
Moon Man Walk
By James Ijames | Directed by Ed Sobel
Witht: Kimbery S. Fairbanks, Aime Kelly, Lindsay Smiling, Steven Wright & Frank X

A young man learns the truth about his absent father after he travels home to attend his mother's funeral.  This magical journey through space and time takes us literally to the moon and back.

Wednesday, January 15 @ 7:00pm
BlackTop Sky
By Christina Anderson | Directed by Allison Heishman
With: Taysha Canales, Anthony Martinez-Briggs & Brandon Pierce

After police rough up a street vendor near the David L. Hynn Housing Projects, Ida takes an interest in the homeless man who sleeps on a nearby bench. When an unlikely friendship emerges, will it strengthen her connection to home or drive her away in search of a new life?

Thursday, January 16 @ 7:00pm
The Death and Life of Uncle Gene
By Doug Williams | Directed by Kevin Glaccum
With: Rachel Camp, Jared Michael Delaney, Trevor William Fayle, Alex Kaplan & Brian McCann

The McTammeny family has gathered to mourn the untimely and surprisingly sudden passing of everyone's favorite uncle: Gene. As the ceremony is set to begin Larry and Albert, two outcast cousins, retreat from the funeral and come up with a plan to ease everyone’s pain while turning themselves into heroes.


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Tickets: There are no tickets to pick-up. All tickets are sent to you as a link in an e-mail. Tickets are NOT required for this event.

All seating is General Admission.

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