Glad you chose Our Town, one of my favorites. And I will really try to make this one. I just had another MRI and, without boring you, I'm having Torn Rotator Cuff surgery on Thursday and hope I will be able to get dressed by myself (shoulder healing) by Feb. 20. I'll let you know. Steffi
Mark Gibson <[address removed]> wrote:
Announcing a new event for The San Francisco Play Reading Meetup Group!
What: February playreading: "Our Town"
When: Wednesday, February 20, 7:00 PM
Where: Click the link below to find out!
Who should come: Everyone is welcome! Each playreading tends to bring a mix of newbies and people who have attended a few playreadings before.
Why: It's good fun. :)
Event Description: The votes are in -- our February playreading will
be "Our Town" by Thornton Wilder. There are many parts, which is always fun. (And btw did anyone see the PBS special recently, on the history of the play, and the many stage and film versions? It was wonderfully done.)
In case you are new to the group...
Scripts - The script is available for only a few dollars in many used bookstores, and on Amazon. Please bring a copy if you can.
Preparation - No preparation is required. Some people like to read the plays in advance, others prefer to be surprised.
Parking - Martin Macks has a great space in the back, but parking in the Upper Haight can be a bit tricky if you're not used to it. Allot extra time, or take public transportation if that's convenient for you.
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