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Sweet Briar College in Virginia put on a staged reading of 57 HOURS IN THE HOUSE OF CULTURE on March 19. We had a full house, including the college president! Here are some photos from the afternoon rehearsal.
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My dark play about the Moscow theatre siege comes back to life on March 19 with a staged reading at Sweet Briar College in Virginia.
I would say it comes back to the stage, except this time it won’t be on a stage, it’ll be in an art gallery, where the backdrop is an exhibit on Soviet propaganda. Very fitting!
Here’s what Sweet Briar has posted on its website about the reading (and about me.)
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My dark play about the 2002 Moscow theatre siege will come to life for a second time. Sweet Briar College (north of Lynchburg, Virginia) will hold a staged reading of 57 HOURS IN THE HOUSE OF CULTURE on Saturday, March 19, 2016.
I’m indebted to Sweet Briar theatre instructor Melora Kordos for arranging (and directing) this. She remembered the show from its previous production at Studio Roanoke in 2012.
The staged reading will be in the Pannell Gallery, which at that time will be hosting an exhibit called “Art For the People: Propaganda and Public Service.”
The reading is at 7:30 p.m. and is free.
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