Alexander Gemignani, Jeffry Denman and Michael Countryman Will Be Part of Reading of Memory of Damage

News   Alexander Gemignani, Jeffry Denman and Michael Countryman Will Be Part of Reading of Memory of Damage An industry reading of playwright-actor Lori Fischer's The Memory of Damage will be presented June 7 at The Goldberg Theatre at N.Y.U. (721 Broadway, 7th Floor).

Gabriel Barre will direct the 3 PM reading, which will feature the talents of Alexander Gemignani, Jeffry Denman and Michael Countryman with Lori Fischer, Ashley Wren Collins, Paul DeBoy and Kyle Brenn.

"Inspired by the true story of Dr. Walter Freeman, a man who performed over 3,500 trans-orbital lobotomies in the United States," Fischer’s The Memory of Damage, according to press notes, "tracks the journey of one patient, Howard Dully, as he searches to find out why he was given the procedure that has left him without any ability to feel. In a parallel story Freeman embarks on a cross-country mission to prove he was on the right side of history."

Members of the industry interested in attending should email gabe@gabrielbarre.com to make a reservation. Reservations are required, and seating is limited.

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