SUNDAYS@SIX Reading Series
Audiences join our process by sharing their observations and opinions with the playwright in a moderated talk-back following a free reading of a new or revisited play.
by Joe Butler and Natalie Mosco
Hearts in the City, a play with music, considers how neighbors and friends, living like “eggs in a crate” in adjacent, rent-controlled apartments in a West Village walk up help each other through personal trials, discover a new kind of strength, a new definition of family, and a way to “be not afraid to love.”
a comedy by Rich Orloff
PLAYING DOCTOR is a trio of outrageously comedic one-acts set in a hospital, including the bawdy tale of a couple on their first date who become stuck together during a passionate moment, the bawdier tale of a lonely janitor who leaves his fly open during a nuclear accident and ends up with a three-foot penis, and a comic fantasia about a VERY pregnant woman who gives birth to her fears about childbirth and motherhood. Rated RF for Really Funny.
A Science Faction Play by Richard Kent Green
Four people participate in an experiment to perfect and enhance the human body with microscopic, robotic technology.
by Greg Oliver Bodine
A veteran CIA station chief, forced into retirement after the murder of a defecting Russian spy, is visited by his successor a year later when revelations about a possible mole inside the Agency are revealed. With careers on the line and reputations to protect, what ensues is a cat and mouse tête-à-tête of intrigue and betrayal about who murdered the defector and why.