The Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation continues its reading series Mar. 8 with Tamicanfly by Scott Marshall Taylor, directed by Toni Dorfman.
Taylor's romantic comedy is set at a Yakima horse race. Will the eponymous horse win?
Director Dorfman has staged plays at Dallas' Kitchen Dog Theatre and Cleveland Playhouse. Author Taylor is a graduate of the University of Iowa, Ohio University -- and Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Clown College.
SDCF will continue the reading series with the following schedule:
Mar. 22 - Scurf by Hanoch Levin, translated by Gadi Dechter.
Apr. 12 - Althea She Went to Hell by John Barrow, directed by Cecelia Riddett.
Apr. 26 - How to Make a Rainbow by Michael Brayndick, directed by Ted Altschuler.
May 10 - Snow by Ben Marshall, directed by Joe Nierle.
May 24 - Scenes from the 20th Century by Clare Coss, directed by Bryna Wortman.
June 14, 1999 - M.V.P. by Frumi Cohen, directed by Gerald Van Heerden.
For information and reservations (free) to any of the SDCF readings at the CAP 21 space (18 West 18 St., 6th floor) call (212) 302-5359. -- By Sean McGrath and David Lefkowitz