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Theatre East and NYC Pride to Present COUCH NIGHTS

Theatre East joins NYC Pride to celebrate with a special installment of the Neighborhood Reading Series.

Lilly Camp's new play, COUCH NIGHTS, explores friendship, young love, identity, newfound sexuality, and all the complexities found therein.

Raise a glass at the 6pm cocktail hour followed by the play reading at 7pm. The evening will also include a rainbow-festooned photo booth, drink specials, and lots of love!

Featuring Ben Dawson, Kelsey Sheppard, Emily Verla, and directed by Judson Jones.

The event is Pay-What-You-Can and reservations are highly recommended. For reservations visit www.theatreeast.org.

The reading will take place in the private upstairs bar at O'Lunney's Times Square Pub, 145 W 45th St, between 6th and 7th Ave.

Theatre East is a 501(c)3 nonprofit theatre company whose mission is to provide the community with a platform to deepen our understanding of ourselves and the world we share through works of theatre that utilize simple storytelling.

The company was founded in 2008 by husband-and-wife producing partners Judson Jones (Artistic Director) and Christa Kimlicko Jones (Associate Artistic Director), along with Joseph Mitchell Parks, after producing such hits as the premiere of Christopher Durang's THE VIETNAMIZATION OF NEW JERSEY (NY Times Critic's Pick), and the premiere of Texas playwright David W. Crawford's HARVEST (BackStage Critic's Pick, Smith & Kraus Best New Plays of 2008), as well as earning a spot as producers to watch in 2008 on PBS's Theater Talk. Since its founding, Theatre East has mounted such critically acclaimed New York and World Premieres as Tim Blake Nelson's EYE OF GOD, Daniel MacIvor's THE SOLDIER DREAMS, Bennett Windheim's NORMALCY, Megan O'Brien's THE JUNGLE BOOK, DEVIL AND THE DEEP with original music and lyrics by Air Supply's Graham Russell, and most recently Cyndi Williams' A NAME FOR A GHOST TO MUTTER. For more information visit www.theatreeast.org.



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