Public's New Work Now! Series, April 10-30, Features Parks, Stuart, Corthron

News   Public's New Work Now! Series, April 10-30, Features Parks, Stuart, Corthron
 
Off-Broadway's Public Theatre will hold its seventh annual "New Work Now!" festival, April 10-30. Featured in the series, meant to help develop new plays, are scribes Nilo Cruz, Kia Corthron, Kelly Stuart and Suzan-Lori Parks.

Off-Broadway's Public Theatre will hold its seventh annual "New Work Now!" festival, April 10-30. Featured in the series, meant to help develop new plays, are scribes Nilo Cruz, Kia Corthron, Kelly Stuart and Suzan-Lori Parks.

The schedule, which features an entire week of readings by Asian American playwrights, runs as follows (all readings are at 7 PM):

April 10: Isaac by David Schulner, directed by Craig Lucas
April 11: A.M. Sunday by Jerome Hairston, directed by Karen Kohlhaas
April 12: Strange Grace by Jane Shepherd, directed by Julie Hamburg
April 14: The Doll Plays by Alva Rogers, directed by Peter Dubois
April 15: Breath, Boom by Kia Corthron, directed by Lenore Pace
April 16: My Tired Broke Ass Pontificating Slapstick Funk by Euijoon Kim, directed by Alan Muraoka
April 17: 36 Views by Naomi Iizuka, directed by Lisa Peterson
April 18: St. Petersburg by Edward Bok Lee, awaiting director
April 19: wAve [sic] by Sung Rno, directed by Chay Yew
April 20: Rice Boy by Sunil Kuruvilla, directed by Liz Diamond
April 21: Forbidden City Blues by Alexander Woo, directed by Alison Harver
April 22: Hit by Alice Tuan, directed by Diane Paulus
April 24: I Don't Know Why That Caged Bird Won't Shut Up by Tracey Scott Wilson, directed by Robert O'Hara
April 25: When It's Cocktail Time in Cuba by Rogelio Martinez, directed by Lou Jacobs
April 26: Cyclone by Ron Fitzgerald, awaiting director
April 27: Summertime by Charles L. Mee, directed by Brian Kulick
April 28: Hortensia and the Museum of Dreams by Nilo Cruz, directed by Diane Rodriguez
April 29: Furious Blood by Kelly Stuart, directed by Daniel Auken
April 30: Fucking A by Suzan-Lori Parks, directed by the author

All readings are free to the public. For reservations, call (212) 260 2400.

-- By Robert Simonson

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