4/30 11 a.m. The Search by Kevin Kostic, directed by Miriam Bazensky
Maureen interviews for the top job at a school with a dark past
4/30 1 p.m. The Next Big Thing by John Pesaniello, directed by Andre Tittle
The Next Big Thing is an 80’s pop musical comedy about a band of aspiring young musicians who must reconcile their dreams of success and fame with the unexpected “gifts” of the real world.
All readings held at Spotlighters Theatre 817 St. Paul Street Baltimore, MD 21202
Readings are free and open tothe public (no tickets required). Masking and proof-of-vaccinations enforced
Next up on the BPF Readings schedule:
March 19th, at Spotlighters Theatre
3/19 11 a.m. The Threshold by Jack Gohn, directed by Barry Feinstein
Life in a high-powered firm may have its toxic side, but it sure is enticing to young lawyers. Can Tom, starting his career, navigate his way through the ethical and moral challenges of a workplace gone awry?
Great way to spend a Saturday! The Baltimore Playwrights Festival is presenting two readings, beginning at 11:00am tomorrow, March 5th, at Spotlighters Theatre.
11 a.m. The United States v. Susan B. Anthony by Stephen LaRoque, directed by Miriam Bazensky
United States v. Susan B. Anthony tells how suffragist Susan B. Anthony successfully registered and
voted in the 1872 Presidential election; how she was indicted, arrested, tried, convicted, and sentenced for voting illegally – and what happened to her after that.
1 p.m. A Lovely Light by Hannah Land , directed by Jenna Buzard
Based on true events, A Lovely Light introduces audiences to the queer, disabled poet whose writing still captures readers a century later. Join Edna St. Vincent Millay as she journeys to Paris in 1921, struggles with illness and heartbreak, and learns how to accept help—and a second chance at love.
See you there!