Throughline Theatre Company Announces Talkback with A NEW DEATH Playwright C.S. Wyatt on 7/24

July 22
11:25 AM 2014
Throughline Theatre Company Announces Talkback with A NEW DEATH Playwright C.S. Wyatt on 7/24

Join Throughline Theatre Company on Thursday July 24th for a Talkback with the Playwright of A NEW DEATH: C. S. Wyatt!

Discovering Throughline Theatre brought C. S. Wyatt into the Pittsburgh theatre community. Along with Throughline's production of A New Death, his plays Women Say F*ck, Too! (Fringe Festival Audience Choice) and The Gospel Singer (The LAB Project) will have world premiers in Pittsburgh in 2014. Wyatt's works have received public readings by Bricolage Production Company (The Gospel Singer), Organic Theater Pittsburgh (Under Development), The LAB Project (Women Say F*ck, Too!), and Carnegie Screenwriters (The Cat Lady). Wyatt is a visiting assistant professor in the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. C. S. Wyatt is a member of a Dramatists Guild of America, Inc.

To learn more, visit his WEBSITE.

Wyatt will offer insights and field questions after the performance Thursday night July 24th. Get your tickets HERE.

The run of the show will continue July 24th-25th with two performances on July 26th. Direction is by Kaitlin Kerr, assisted by Sarah McPartland.

All performances are at the Grey Box Theatre (3595 Butler Street Lawrenceville). Free parking is available on the street or in the church parking lot across the street from the theatre. Tickets are $15 per person and $12 for students and seniors. Tickets are available at or by calling 1-888-71-TICKETS.

For more information and to submit a play for Throughline's 2014 New Play Competition please click HERE.

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