The cast is set for the upcoming public reading of my latest play, Don’t You Fucking Say a Word, at New Dramatists – May 10th at 3pm. It’s a super-talented group, people I’m excited to be working with, in all but one case for the first time.
DON’T YOU FUCKING SAY A WORD
By Andy Bragen
Directed by Erik Pearson
Cast: Mark Alhadeff, Hannah Cabell, Mike Crane, and Sue Jean Kim
Friday, May 10th at 3pm at New Dramatists, 424 West 44th Street
Don’t You Fucking Say a Word is a play about love and hate, about friendly and not so friendly competition. Three sets of tennis and one unforgettable fight as seen through the eyes of two women.
RSVP with New Dramatists via phone: 212-757-6960.
I’ve been working with my longtime friend and colleague Kyoko Yoshida on a co-translation of Shu Matsui’s terrific play Proud Son. Desdemona Chiang is directing its first English language production at Ohio Northern University in Ada, Ohio. It runs from April 26 to 28. Here’s an extended version of the program note we’re including, exploring a moment in co-translation.
I’m excited to be working on The Dowager, my play for one woman, at The Playwrights Center, as part of their Ruth Easton New Play Series. we have about 20 hours of rehearsal culminating in a public reading on Monday, April 1st at 7pm. Erik Pearson is directing, and Liz Wisan is playing Tanya. Hayley Finn interviewed me about this workshop here.
A nice shout-out in the NYTimes from Rachel Chavkin about Loop Tape: http://tinyurl.com/bfqfe8z.
2/4/13: Just finished a one day workshop of The Dowager, at New Dramatists, directed by Erik Pearson. Erik will be directing the Playwrights' Center workshop of the play in late March.
Coming up in April, at Ohio Northern University, a production of Shu Matsui's The Proud Son, which I'm co-translating with Kyoko Yoshida. Desdemona Chiang will direct.
The Dowager will be workshopped at The Playwrights Center as part of their Ruth Easton Series in late March/early April.
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