Mick Bleyer, William Broderick and Colin Hanlon Will Lead BROKEN SNOW Reading Tomorrow
Ben Andron's new play BROKEN SNOW will have its New York debut reading at The Snapple Theater Center on Tuesday, July 15 at 4:00 PM. The reading, directed by Joe Langworth, will feature Mick Bleyer as James, William Broderick as Kris, and Colin Hanlon as Stephen.
In BROKEN SNOW, two strangers (Hanlon and Bleyer) are brought together by a mystery that will make them question everything about who they are. This reading continues a longstanding artistic collaboration between Aaron Grant and L.A. based playwright Ben Andron.
This reading of BROKEN SNOW is produced as part of the 2014 AGT SUMMER READING SERIES. Grant describes the series as "a new play incubator where artists can hear their work out loud and discover what works and what doesn't work."
- The first in the series, BROKEN SNOW, an intellectual thriller by Ben Andron, will be seen on July 15.
- KILLING STRAWHEAD, a hypothetical historical who-done-it by Gregg Ostrin will be presented on July 30.
- SISTER HUSBANDS, a "fierce dramedy" by Jon Farber will get its first ever public reading in early August.
The series, cast entirely by Daryl Eisenberg Casting, is meant to foster new works by matching directors and casts with new plays at different stages of the development process.
The reading of KILLING STRAWHEAD by Gregg Ostrin will be directed by Rachel Klein. Ostrin's new play explores the tenuous relationship between Marilyn Monroe and various members of the Kennedy family.
In Jon Farber's SISTER HUSBANDS, a gay-polygamous family is put to the test when its patriarch dies unexpectedly. How strong are the bonds of the surviving husbands towards their beliefs and convictions when an unexpected guest joins in their grieving?
All readings in the series are open to the public. RSVP by e-mailing SummerReadings@theatrical.ag. Due to limited capacity, there will be no admittance without written confirmation.
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