VALENTINES “LOVE” THEME
Hosted by Lara O’Brien
Corinne de Langavant
The Peter Luce Play Readers
The play is in two acts and runs about 90 minutes
Directed by Paul Doherty
“The Glass Mandacity” is a spoof on 3 of Tennessee Williams best known plays: “The Glass Menagerie”, “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” and “Streetcar Named Desire”, written by Maureen Morley & Tom Willmorth. The authors took characters from each of these plays and put them into a new play.
In the cast will be the following:
“Mitch” Michael Selliti Jr.
“Maggie” Linda Comstock
“Amanda” Nancy Shaw Cramer
“Brick” (played by a mannequin (don’t ask)!!!)
“Blanche” Felicity Russell
“Big Daddy” Gaston Vadasz
“Laura” Sophia Anthony
February 26th School Vacation – Pathways Closed
March 5th John Hough’s Indian Hill Writers
This group will fill the whole evening
The tentative list of readers is:
John Hough Jr.
March 12th LARA O’BRIEN’S WORKSHOP WRITERS READ
Writing to prompts, this workshop meets Wednesdays & Sunday
at Eclipse Studios in Vineyard Haven
Readers this night include…
March 19th WRITERS READ GROUP
Writers Read. Their stories.
Led by Niki Patton
Rajka Ungerer – A War within War
Ilmarinen Vogel – Crossing Borders
Julia Kidd – An Edgy Memoir of Marriage
Wendy Arnell Brophy — Through the Window
Cat Finch — Persephone’s Flower
Susan Copen Oken – My Father
‘Writers Read’, is hosted monthly by the West Tisbury Library and is open to all resident and visiting writers, as well as the public. WR is an interactive forum in which authors ask for audience feedback and questions. “I have been in wonderful writer’s groups on the Island,” says Niki Patton, who facilitates WR. “I also wanted to do something that was available to the public – to give an open voice to the ongoing depth and breadth of writing on this Island.”
“I’d like to give a shout out to Pathways — which hosts this evening and has been giving that ‘voice’ to all local artists for a decade. Thank you”.”
Niki Patton has facilitated Writers Read for five years. In her two decades on the Island she has been active in a wide range of local arts — as actor, writer, singer, musician, and videographer.
MARCH 26TH OPEN FOR ALL READERS
DEDICATED TO MARY OLIVER
Read your favorite poem by Mary Oliver or work inspired
by her work.
Poetry and Lyrics
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