Free Reading at Ars Nova on April 25
Ars Nova and The Underwood Theater present, as part of the FREE Out Loud reading series, PARALYZED by Etan Frankel and directed by Trip Cullman. PARALYZED will be read on Monday, April 25 at 7 PM at Ars Nova (511 West 54th Street) with Johanna Day (Tony nomination/Proof) and Austin Lysy.
Leigh and Lee have never met and have little in common besides the sound of their names. But when a mysterious suicide note surfaces in a hotel bathroom they both go in search of a lifeline and discover that the only person who can save them is a total stranger.
ETAN FRANKEL (Playwright) plays have been given readings and workshops at Huntington Theatre Company, New York Stage and Film, Cape Cod Theatre Project, Underwood Theater and Ars Nova, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Rattlestick, and Juilliard. His play Create Fate will be produced this summer at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Etan is a graduate of Duke University and The Juilliard School's Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Program. He has twice been honored with Lincoln Center's Le comte du Nouy Award and also received the Dasha Epstein Playwriting Award.
Trip Cullman (Director). New York: The Wau Wau Sisters (Ars Nova), Roulette (John Houseman Theater), Smashing (The Play Company), The Last Sunday in June (Century Center for the Performing Arts and Rattlestick Theater), The Vortex (Innocent Theatre), The Propaganda Plays (Dixon Place), Atom & Devorah (Lincoln Center Directors Lab), 2XTennessee (Soho Rep), Dracula (Target Margin). Regional: Rash (Empty Space Theater, Seattle), A Murder of Crows and Great and Secret Revolutions (Williamstown Theater Festival Non-Equity Co.). Training: Yale School of Drama.
Ticket & Schedule Information
PARALYZED will be read on Monday, April 25 at 7 PM. The Out Loud Series is FREE and open to the public. Reservations are required. Please call 212-977-1700. Ars Nova is located at 511 West 54th Street. For more information, check out www.arsnovanyc.org.