The Boy From Oz's Keating Reads New Play It's a Dry Heat in New York City, Aug. 19

News   The Boy From Oz's Keating Reads New Play It's a Dry Heat in New York City, Aug. 19
Playwright Eric Sanders — whose Faint ran at last year's New York International Fringe Festival — will receive a New York reading of his new play, It's a Dry Heat, Aug. 19, with The Boy From Oz's Isabel Keating and more stage stars.
Isabel Keating
Isabel Keating

The reading is set to perform at 3 PM at Primary Stages West 45th Street space. Jeremy Dobrish (Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged) directs.

It's a Dry Heat follows the story of young woman who returns home from her liberal eastern university and attempts to reconnect with the friends and family she left behind.

Keating (Enchanted April) is featured in a cast that includes Alison Pill (The Distance From Here, "Pieces of April"), Marin Ireland (The Harlequin Studies, Far Away), Ian Brennan (Juvenilia, The Distance From Here), Robert Funaro ("The Sopranos"' Eugene Pontecorvo), Christy Meyer (Superpowers) and Robert Thompson (Tartuffe).

Sanders' play Faint played at the 2003 New York International Fringe Festival. His work including The Hillside has also been seen at Primary Stages, adobe theatre company and The John Houseman Studio Theatre among others.

A limited number of seats to It's a Dry Heat at the Primary Stages space, 354 West 45 St. (between Eighth and Ninth Ave.) will be available to the public. RSVP by e mailing Shane Marshall Brown at

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