Barefoot Theatre Company Presents a Reading of ALLIGATOR, 3/11
Barefoot Theatre Company will continue its new bareNaked Reading Series (Molly Marinik, Program Director; Jennie West, Co-Producer) with a reading of Hilary Bettis' new play ALLIGATOR directed by Jerry Ruiz on Monday, March 11, 2013 at 7:00pm.
The reading of ALLIGATOR is free, with extremely limited seating available. To inquire about admission please email barefootRSVP@aol.com.
The bareNaked Reading Series kicked off in January with the reading of Joe Pintauro's SNOW ORCHID and continued in February with RUBBLE by Mike Reiss. Information on the April, May and June readings will be announced at a later date.
In 1999, Barefoot Theatre Company (Producing Artistic Director, Francisco Solorzano) was founded by a multicultural group of artists determined to produce vital, thought-provoking works, both new and existing. We embrace the importance of the collaborative process, nurture our ensemble commitment, and continue to learn from the younger generations we mentor. Barefoot Theatre Company's most recent collaborations include the Off Broadway Revival of Pintauro's RAFT OF THE MEDUSA as well as a workshop of the new play, F**KING VIGWAN (OR SWAG) by Pulitzer Prize nominee Kristoffer Diaz both at the legendary Cherry Lane Theatre.
All readings will be held at "The Loft" (East 3RD Productions) 684 Broadway, #5W - corner of Broadway and East 3rd Street. Admission is free with a confirmed RSVP, however seating is limited. To RSVP please send the play title, number of seats requested and contact information to barefootRSVP@aol.com, a member of the Barefoot Theatre Company will inform you if confirmed.
For more information about the bareNaked Reading Series or Barefoot Theatre Company, please visit www.BarefootTheatreCompany.org.
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