Theatre East Presents a Reading of the Cult Classic FRIDAY THE 13TH, 10/28
Theatre East presents a reading of the cult classic FRIDAY THE 13TH as a special Halloween installment in its NEIGHBORHOOD READING SERIES upstairs at O'Lunney's, 145 West 45th Street (between Broadway & 6th Avenue) on Monday, October 28th at 7pm (Cocktail hour begins at 6pm). Written by Victor Miller and adapted by Judson Jones & Kire Tosevski The original horror classic that started it all performed live. Audience participation, roles to be raffled off, prizes, photo booth, & more. From Crystal Lake to Manhattan! There will be $5 well drinks, house wine, & beer! Seating is limited and reservations are required. The reading is Pay-What-You-Can.*
Make a reservation by simply emailing email@example.com. $20 suggested donation.*
Theatre East is committed to discovering new vivid theatrical works and celebrating all forms of theatre. The Neighborhood Reading Series helps us do just that while fostering relationships with playwrights and their work. The Neighborhood Reading Series allows us to expand our horizons even further because it is outside the confines of a full production. In addition, it provides a platform for discussion and community by celebrating plays you may have heard of along with some that might be a bit more obscure or even brand new. Since the readings are free and open to the public, it also aids us in our dedication to the ideal that theatre is not a luxury but should be accessible to everyone, no matter one's economic or social status. www.theatreeast.org.
Theatre East Advances The Dialogue of the Shared Human Experience through works that utilize Simple Storytelling, Providing Our community With A Platform to Deepen Its Understanding of themselves, each other and the world we share. Theatre East (Judson Jones, Artistic Director; Christa Kimlicko Jones, Associate Artistic Director) is a New York based theatre company committed to ensemble collaboration through production of vivid theatrical works that explore our mortality and the shared human experience. They seek to build community by confronting isolation, allowing for a better understanding of their audience and ourselves.