Public Theater's Oskar Eustis to Helm Elmina's Kitchen Reading at Soho Rep

News   Public Theater's Oskar Eustis to Helm Elmina's Kitchen Reading at Soho Rep
Soho Rep will present four free readings of new plays by Black British playwrights — including Kwame Kwei-Armah's Elmina's Kitchen, directed by Public Theater artistic director Oskar Eustis — beginning April 6.

Set to run through April 9, the mini-festival is offered in association with the Soho Rep production of debbie tucker green’s Olivier Award-winning work Born Bad, which begins previews March 31 for a run through April 24. On April 6 at the CUNY Graduate Center, Bola Agbaje's Gone Too Far!, directed by Helen Hayes Award winner Kamilah Forbes, will be presented at 4 PM along with a Q&A session with the playwright and the Royal Court Theatre’s head of diversity Ola Animashawun; at 6:30 PM a reading of Evening Standard Award winner Roy William's Fallout, directed by Christian Parker, will be offered.

On April 9 at Soho Rep, a free 1:30 PM reading of Winsome Pinnock's Mules, directed by Seret Scott, will be staged; followed by Evening Standard Award winner Kwei-Armah's Elmina's Kitchen, under Eustis' direction, at 4 PM. A reading with the playwright and Animashawun will follow.

For further information visit SohoRep. Soho Rep is located at 46 Walker Street in Manhattan.

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