Theatre East to Present Neighborhood Reading of LONE STAR and LAUNDRY & BOURBON

Theatre East presents Lone Star and Laundry & Bourbon to celebrate its 30th installment of the NEIGHBORHOOD READING SERIES at The Bronx Brewery, 856 E 136th Street, Bronx (between Willow and Walnut Avenue) on Friday, September 2nd at 7pm. (Cocktail hour begins at 6pm).

Written by James McLure and featuring Christa Kimlicko Jones, Judson Jones, Brad Makarowski, Lisha McKoy, Mike McNulty, and Emily Verla. Also featuring live music by Scott Rocco.

Come to the backyard, grab a drink and join for an evening of thirsty theatre! The reading is free and open to the public. Reserve your seat at www.theatreeast.org
A uproarious comedic Texas two step, Lone Star and Laundry & Bourbon are two bawdily rambunctious one acts that center around the relationships of six people in the small town of Maynard, Texas.
Theatre East is a 501(c)3 nonprofit theatre company whose mission is to advance the dialogue of the shared human experience through works that utilize simple storytelling, providing their community with a platform to deepen their understanding of themselves, each other and the world they share. The New York based company believes that theatre is not a luxury, but should be accessible to all, regardless of economic or social status.
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 McIvor's The Soldier Dreams, Bennett Windheim's Normalcy, Megan O'Brien's The Jungle Book, and last season's Devil and the Deep with original music and lyrics by Air Supply's Graham Russell.
For more information visit www.theatreeast.org.

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