The festival began April 13 and is slated to run through May 6 at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. The lineup is as follows: Slipping by Daniel Talbott - April 13 (8 PM) - directed by Trip Cullman Dark Matters by Roberto Aguirre Sacasa - April 14 (8 PM) - dir. Cullman Arrivals and Departures by Rogelio Martinez - April 16 (8 PM) - dir. David Elliott Bingo with the Indians by Adam Rapp - April 20 (8 PM) Darwin’s Finches by Claire Chafee - April 21 (8 PM) - dir. Lisa Steindler … And The Two Romeos by Jennifer Maisel - April 22 (8 PM) - dir. Kent Nicholson Tales from the Hoot by Robert Ierardi - Friday, April 23 (8 PM) Sightline by Michael Watson (workshop) - April 24 (8 PM) & 25 (3 PM) - dir. Julia Gibson A New Play by Adam Bock - April 25 (8 PM) Tropic of X by Caridad Svich - April 26 (8 PM) - dir. Debbie Saivetz Star of Mine by Gary Sunshine - April 28 (8 PM) - dir. Cullman Levittownby Mark Palmieri starring Dan Lauria - April 29 (5 PM) - dir. Thomas Kail The Appointment by Karen Smith Vastola - April 30 (8 PM) - dir. Amanda Charlton A Boy Called Newfoundland by Graeme Gillis - May 3 (8 PM) - dir. Sarah Bishop-Stone Stay by Lucy Thurber - May 4 (8 PM) - dir. Ari Edelson
God Hates The Irish by Sean Cunningham (workshop) - May 6 (6 PM) - dir. Will Frears Admission is free with a suggested donation of $5 (reading) and $10 (workshop). For more information on the Exposure Festival at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, 224 Waverly Place (between West 11th and Perry St.), call (212) 627-2556 or visit www.rattlestick.org.