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New Play Set the Night After the 2016 Election Gets NYC Reading This Sunday

Alisha Spielmann (Universal Robots) and Ryan McCurdy (Verona Walls) will lead the first public reading of Ellie Pyle's timely new play SOURCES, which takes place the night after the 2016 election, at Manhattan Theatre Club Studios on Sunday, November 13, at 7pm, under the direction of DeLisa White.

SOURCES is an intimate play about complex conflicts of interest. The night after a heavily contested national election, a freelance journalist receives a tip that a corporate programmer has found a way to remove anonymity from the Internet. As the nation reels, she decides to find out how he's done it and what it means to live in a world where every ugly word you and your supporters utter can be front page news.

Ellie Pyle is a novelist, playwright, and comic book editor who has worked for the "big two" in NY and LA since 2010. Her existing work for the stage includes the new musical Beginnings, which fuses the music of rock band Chicago with an untold tale of King Arthur's early reign. Her novels Southern Girls with Big Vocabularies and The Men In Between are available on Amazon.

Request 1 or 2 complimentary seats by emailing sourcesplay@gmail.com. Please include any union or professional affiliations.


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