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Saturday, July 01, 2006


Play Readings for the Weekend

If you find yourself trapped in NYC for the holiday weekend with nothing to do, I'm directing a reading tomorrow for Peculiar Works Project. The play -- Tom Eyen's surreal two-hander Why Hannah's Skirt Won't Stay Down, starring downtown doyenne Catherine Porter and sexy skinhead Nick Warren-Gray -- is really a hoot and a half, a very sexy, nutty comedy. Join us...free food, free theatre. What could be more patriotic?

Plays in Cafés - Part III: Café LaMaMa
Sunday, July 2, 2006 at 2pm

Downeast Arts Center
203 Avenue A (between 12th & 13th Streets)
Free admission, snacks and cocktails to celebrate the holiday weekend

  • Tom Eyen's Why Hannah's Skirt Won't Stay Down (1965) directed by Gabriel Shanks
  • Michael Locascio's A Corner of the Morning (1961) directed by Barry Rowell
  • Followed by a brief discussion with playwright Michael Locascio
  • Paul Foster's Balls (1964) directed by Ralph Lewis
  • Robert Patrick's Dedication: The BbAaNnGg! Benefit (1965)
  • PLUS: a tribute to Jackie Curtis by Melba LaRose, Artistic Director, NY Artists Unlimited


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