Time for Reading #2 of our 2012 Reading Series

Think of this reading, the 10th presentation of our annual Reading Series, as part of your “Summer Reading.”

And that’s a fitting description, because Jeremy de Bergerac by Joe Slabe is a musical about two Catholic schools (one boys and one girls) who team up to present the classic French tale of Cyrano de Big Nose . . . I mean, de Bergerac.

Next Monday, August 6th, we’re presenting a reading of Jeremy de B here at my studios at 8 PM.  And like all our other readings, we’re opening this up to the public and featuring a talkback immediately following the performance.

Jeremy will feature direction by Ed Sylvanus Iskandar and will star Noah Galvin, Remy Zaken, Bryan Welnicki, and Jeff Talbott.

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See you there!

And if you want more info on our Reading Series because you have no idea what the F I’m talking about, click here and scroll down to learn more, including how to submit your script.

 

 

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