New Play from David Marshall Grant Featured in Boston's Breaking Ground Festival

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Boston's Huntington Theatre Company will present its Breaking Ground Festival featuring readings of six new plays at the Boston Center for the Arts, including a work from Angels in America actor David Marshall Grant.
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The free readings will take place in Rehearsal Hall B of the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion, March 3-6. The lineup for the Breaking Ground Festival is as follows:

  • March 3 at 8 PM - Smiler Becoming Yank by Ronan Noone
    David Sullivan directs the tale of a recent immigrant to Boston struggling to make his new American life and leave his past behind.
  • March 4 @ 8 PM - The Hopper Collection by Mat Smart
    Emma Griffin directs this story about what happens when a man in love with a woman, and a woman trying to poison a man, have unexpected guests.
  • March 5 @ 3 PM - Two Days at Home, Three Days in Prison by Rebekah Maggor
    Justin Waldman directs this Israeli military prison-set drama about a female guard and male inmate who question their dreams, duties and patriotism.
  • March 5 @ 8 PM - Pen by David Marshall Grant
    The actor (recently seen Off-Broadway in Baltimore Waltz) whose plays include Snakebit and Current Events creates the world of a young man with "familial dysfunction" who longs to be away at college and the stolen writing instrument that becomes the center of his story.
  • March 6 @ 3 PM - Marvel by Joshua Scher
    In protest, a man dresses in a Spider-Man suit and parks himself above the Brooklyn Bridge. A street-wise cop is sent to talk him down.
  • March 6 @ 7:30 PM - Create Fate by Etan Frankel
    Jessica Stone directs this love story of a man who calls in the experts to assist his attempts at happiness. All readings are free and open to the public. For reservations, call the Huntington box office at (617) 266-0800. For more information on the Huntington Theatre Company, visit

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