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Amanda Ladd and David Arrow Team Up as MAN & WIFE


Amanda Ladd and David Arrow Team Up as MAN & WIFE David Arrow and AMANDA LADD, both members of New Circle Theatre Company, have been cast as Ron and Missy Merriweather in a staged reading of MAN & WIFE by Emma Goldman-Sherman, kicking off the 29th Street Playwrights Collective NEW WORKS SERIES 2017 Fall Season at the Bernie Wohl Center, September 18 at 7pm.

MAN & WIFE is a social comedy that follows a newly married couple, beginning as ornaments on their own wedding cake, through 25 years of marriage, for better or worse. Kim Gambino directs.

AMANDA LADD was recently seen in New Circle Theatre's production of The Inferno Project: Limbo and No Exit in the role of Estelle with Fusion Theatre at Soho Rep. Amanda is a member of Taxdeductible Theatre and also performs with indie comedy teams at Upright Citizens Brigade and The PIT.

David Arrow recently completed a run of "RFK," a one-person play about Bobby Kennedy, directed by the renowned director Marshall W Mason.

The 29th Street Playwrights Collective develops the voices of emerging, mature playwrights and is committed to gender parity with a membership of at least 50% women writers. The Collective's goal is to foster new work for the stage through weekly craft discussions, writing sessions, readings of developing work, structured feedback, and public staged-readings via the New Works Series.

The NEW WORKS SERIES 2017 continues throughout the fall with staged readings of three more new plays: SURVIVORS by James Masten on October 16; LUST & LIES by Robin Rice on November 13; and BREATH TO BREATH, by Michael Wells-Oakes with music composed by Max Boltan (Salt People) on December 4.

The series is free and open to the public and takes place at The Bernie Wohl Performing Arts Center at Goddard Riverside Community Center, 647 Columbus Avenue btw 91st & 92st Streets, at 7pm.

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29th Street Playwrights Collective NEW WORKS SERIES is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Special thanks to the Dramatist Guild Fund.

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