Tony Nominee Bryce Pinkham Set for Readings of Page Count

Readings and Workshops   Tony Nominee Bryce Pinkham Set for Readings of Page Count
 
Jim Brochu will also be part of the industry readings directed by Joseph Discher.
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Tony Award nominee Bryce Pinkham (Holiday Inn, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder) will take part in industry readings of Kerr Lockhart's new play Page Count May 14 at 1 PM and 5:30 PM at 353 Studios in Manhattan.

Directed by Joseph Discher, the readings will also feature Drama Desk winner Jim Brochu (Character Man, Zero Hour) and Diane Findlay (I Loved Lucy, Tales of the City).

Pinkham plays a playwright struggling to find his footing in 1931 Hollywood and is teamed with a hard-drinking Chicago journalist played by Brochu. After a wary start, they form a partnership. But just as it catches fire, it is threatened by the ravages of the journalist’s alcoholism.

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Page Count was a finalist in the annual New Jersey Playwrights Competition sponsored by William Paterson University and was part of the reading series of American Theater Group in residence at South Orange Performing Arts Center and the Garage Theater Group in Teaneck, New Jersey.

For reservations, email PageCountProds@gmail.com.

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