Premiere Reading of BLUEBIRDS by Joe Brondo Set for John Drew Theater, 9/9

Premiere Reading of BLUEBIRDS by Joe Brondo Set for John Drew Theater, 9/9

The premiere reading of Bluebirds by Joe Brondo will be held as part of the John Drew Theater Lab (JDTLab) on Tuesday, September 9 at 7:30pm at the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall in East Hampton, NY. For more information, visit

The reading will be directed by Joe Brondo, featuring Joe Brondo and Sophie Vanier, with Stage DIrections by Anita Boyer.

A young couple's relationship is tested when an unfulfilled Walt reveals his plot to sell a stolen rare book and Sarah refuses to take part, which sets into motion a night of past hurts brought to light and new revelations that will change their lives for better or worse.

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Bluebirds is written by first-time playwright Joe Brondo. Born and raised in East Hampton he has appeared as an actor in many productions in New York and the Hamptons. New York: Dear v. Deer (Abingdon Theatre Company), The Outing (Open Hydrant Theater Company), Sex, Relationships, & Sometimes Love(Michael Chekhov Theatre Company). Hamptons: In The Next Room or The Vibrator Play (HITfest), Macbeth (Round Table Theatre Company), A Chorus Line, Not About Nightingales and Follies (Southampton Players), among others.

An alum of Williamstown Theatre Festival, Sophie Vanier (AEA, SAG-AFTRA) just returned from playing the title role of Hamlet in London, Stratford-upon-Avon and NYC with the Oxford Shakespeare Company. Her other stage credits include OFF-BROADWAY: Einstein (Grace Hubble); NYC: Bastard Blood (The White Queen), Weep for the Virgins (Ruby); REGIONAL: Comedy of Errors (Adriana), Boy Gets Girl (Theresa), Company (Sarah), Cabaret (Rosie), Proof (Claire), Hecuba (Hecuba), and The Three Sisters (Olga). TV/Film Credits include Boardwalk Empire, The Good Wife, White Collar, and Blue Bloods. Sophie is fortunate enough to have studied under Sybil Lines, Alec Baldwin and Michael Disher.

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