Babel Theatre Project Announces Plays for Free Groundwork Festival

News   Babel Theatre Project Announces Plays for Free Groundwork Festival
Plays by Andy Bragen, Thomas Higgins and Caroline Prugh will be presented in the Babel Theatre Project's Groundwork play reading festival in January.

Babel artistic director Geordie Broadwater and producing director Jeremy Blocker have selected six playwrights to take part in the festival that will be presented at 1 PM on Jan. 24 and 25, 2009, at the 78th Street Theatre Lab. Plays featured in Groundwork include The Hairy Dutchman by Andy Bragen, Book of Days by Thomas Higgins, Fingers by Erica Lipez, Brack's Last Bachelor Party by Sam Marks, Babs the Dodo by Michael Mitnick and Clear Cold Place by Caroline Prugh.

Admission for Groundwork is free and open to the public. For more information visit

The Babel Theatre Project, founded in 2004, is dedicated to supporting playwrights at each step of the creative process. Babel gives authors the opportunities to present their works in workshop settings, staged readings and full productions.

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