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|Welcome to the Eclectic Voices Reading Series!
Eclectic Voices is a safe and warm place for up-and-coming playwrights to present
works in progress using talented and experienced actors to bring their words to life.
Admission is free to all - Donations to the Company gratefully accepted, of course!
Light refreshments available.
AUGUST: Tuesday 8/27 - OPEN DATE
SEPTEMBER: Tuesday 9/17 - Screening of Avenge, an indie feature film by Greg Christian, featuring Dana Amromin.
Filmmaker Greg Christian follows up his 2007 feature Cowboy Junction with this ambitious venture linking Shakespeare's Macbeth & Romeo & Juliet in a unique tale of mafioso love & revenge.
OCTOBER: Tuesday 10/15 - Untitled Kids Project by Dean Farell Bruggeman.
What does it mean to have a child, to choose that reality and responsibility? And what are the repercussions of skipping parenthood, either willfully or reluctantly? The marriages of siblings Christopher & Beth irrevocably change as Christopher & husband Carl welcome biological twins via surrogate, and Beth's husband Tanner realizes, on the eve of his 50th birthday, what his wife's ambivalence toward children has cost him.
Featuring Jay Blair, CB Ferrari, Richard Fresca, Jim Hanna, Laura Pursell.
NOVEMBER: Tuesday 11/19 - OPEN DATE
DECEMBER: Tuesday 12/17 - OPEN DATE
|Our Mission: To present works of theatre to an invited audience for the express purpose of discovering (or re-discovering) the theatrical merits of the play and, when relevant, the potential to be mined from further development...while providing the participating artists a space to explore/expand/share their talent/creativity.
Submission Guidelines: Priority is given to members of the Eclectic Company Theatre. However, if you are a playwright interested in being involved in the reading series, contact Chelsea Sutton at ECTWriters@gmail.com in order to discuss the goals for your script.
Because of the nature of the series, we prefer to work with local playwrights or playwrights able to travel to Los Angeles to hear their work. Selection will be based on availability, interest in the work by our company members and our ability to help the playwright reach his/her goals.
We reserve the right to not work with a playwright we feel does not fit into our mission as a company. Currently, readings are only held once per month. A post-reading Q&A is held at the discretion of the evening's producer and playwright.
If you have a one-act ready for production, please consider submitting it to our Hurricane Season New Plays Festival. CLICK HERE for information.