Monthly Archives: June 2011

First public reading of AMERICA’S BRIGHTEST STAR

America’s Brightest Star, a new full-length comedy about fame coming to a small town, will have the first public reading at Railroad Playhouse on Saturday, July 2nd at 8:00pm.  The reading is directed by Railroad Playhouse Artistic Director Seth Soloway and features Melanie Foster Parsons, Kelly Scanlon, Catia Ojeda, Aaron Davis and Cabot Parsons.   Tickets are $10 and there will be a talkback following the reading.  For more details check out the Railroad Playhouse website.


Left All Alone, a short play about the world after the “zombie” takeover, will be competing in #serials@theflea, a short play competition featuring The Bats at The Flea Theatre.  Five original episodic plays will be performed, and the audience votes on which three will go on to their next installment…next week.  It’s fast, furious, and barely in control.  Tickets are $10, and the admission price includes a free beer. 

Thursday June 16, Friday June 17, Saturday June 18
The Flea
41 White Street (between Church and Broadway)
Cash only – no reservations

Come check out the shows, and come vote for Left All Alone. You already know you want to know what happens next week!