The free readings will take place at the Rattlestick Theater. Playwrights featured include Trent Creswell, Jessica Dickey, Laura Eason, Kathryn Hathaway, Andrew Hinderaker, Bruce Kronenberg, James Lecesne, Florencia Lozano, Erica Schmidt and Ken Urban.
Here's a look at the plays:
Color Me Gone, by Kronenberg, directed by Jessica Blank (Aug. 1 at 7 PM)
Girls Turn Red, written and directed by Schmidt (Aug. 2 at 7 PM)
A House Should Have the Look of Shelter, by Trent Creswell (Aug. 3 at 2 PM)
Charles Ives Take Me Home, by Dickey, directed by Daniella Topol (Aug. 3 at 7 PM)
Dirty, by Hinderaker, directed by Evan Cabnet (Aug. 4 at 7 PM)
The Mother of Invention, by Lecesne, directed by Michael Padden (Aug. 5 at 7 PM)
Use Your Eyes, by Hathaway, directed by Denis Butkus (Aug. 6 at 2 PM)
Busted, by Lozano, directed by Jill DeArmon (Aug. 6 at 7 PM)
The Undeniable Sound of Right Now, written and directed by Eason (Aug. 7 at 2 PM)
The Correspondent, by Urban, directed by Trip Cullman (Aug. 7 at 7 PM)
Reservations can be made by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Theatregoers are asked to specify which plays and the number of seats requested. For information phone (212) 627-2556.
The Rattlestick Playwrights Theater is located at 224 Waverly Place (between West 11th and Perry Street).