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Staged Reading Of PASTIME winner of this season’s
Page-To-Stage Playwriting Contest
Monday September 8th at 7:30PM Admission Free
Playwright, Geoff Michaels, is a native of New Jersey, born in Plainfield. He attended school in Newark and studied at New York University. He says: “I couldn’t be more thrilled to have this play read at the Cloverdale Playhouse.How terrific it is that new work is supported and encouraged. ”
His play, PASTIME, is set in the late 1980′s in a large middle-class suburban/metropolitan neighborhood near New York City. It tells the story of a close-knit family dealing with the loss of the father and the subsequent battle over keeping the family house.
This is the second year of the Page-To-Stage Series at the Cloverdale Playhouse.Plays are submitted for consideration for all over the country.Scripts are given a “blind” reading in which no writers names are known, the the top three are selected and from that group a winner is chosen.
Joe Thomas, Jr. 3rd Tuesday
FEATURED ARTISTS vary with each performance. Never the same show twice!
$10 at the door- general admission seating
Our Singer/Songwriter Series is a great night of original music and songwriters talking about how they craft their music and performing original works on the Playhouse’s intimate stage.
The Joe Thomas, Jr. Guitar Pull 2014 Series is made possible by a generous grant from the Alabama State Council on the Arts. The Playhouse is grateful for the support of the ASCA and the legislators who support it.
SOUTHERN VOICES Tuesday, May 13th at 7:30pm
Southern Voices returns to the Playhouse stage!
For great writers telling great stories in a great part of the country, look to the South.
The Playhouse presents a mix of readings and music celebrating a great American treasure.
From Capote to Welty, the list is impressive and memorable.
Come spend an evening that will wrap you in the warmth of great words and songs in this encore performance.
Join talented actors and musicians for a sampler of the South’s best short stories, poems, plays, and music.
$15 General Admission.
Tickets available online HERE or call the Box Office at (334) 262-1530 ext 1.
The Cloverdale Playhouse stage will host more than the season’s plays. Check in often to see what’s going on in your theater. Plans include collaborations with musical groups, readings by local playwrights, holiday shows, Playhouse benefits, songwriters’ nights, and guest performances from around the region.
Check back throughout the year for benefits, concerts, readings, special appearances, and more.
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