Loud and Proud
Join the Village Playwrights at 8 pm on June 28 to celebrate Gay Pride in a thought provoking way with staged readings of seven jury chosen 10 minute plays by some of New York’s most interesting playwrights at the LGBT Community Center, 208 W. 13th St., NYC. Seating is limited and reservations are recommended. $5 donation requested. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 614-285-2515 to reserve seats.
Here’s one you won’t want to miss:
“Naked” by Mike Poblete — After having great sex, two men get naked.
Born in Brooklyn, Mike Poblete has had six full length plays and numerous one acts performed in six countries, two of which have been published. He has a Playwriting MFA from Trinity College Dublin and works as Director of Script Development at The Foxboro Company, a Broadway, film and television production office. www.mikepoblete.com
Julie Rosier, writer extraordinaire and facilitator of writing groups for 10 years in Western Massachusetts, is starting her Red Thread Writing Circles on December 7. Two 10-week writing workshops, one will run on Wednesday evenings in Easthampton and on Thursday evenings in Northampton. Contact Julie at email@example.com for more details.
The reviews are in and “One Down,” the new play by my son, Michael, is a hit.
“The play, written by Mike Poblete…is a moving, frequently funny look at loss, raging, drams and human connection.”
–Deborah Martin, Arts Writer, San Antonio Express-News
If you’re in San Antonio area , you can catch it at the Overtime Theatre through August 27.
If you’re in the NYC area, Michael has a new play going up on August 15 at the Louise Lortel Theatre, 121 Christopher St at 4 pm, called “Surfacing.” It’s free, but you need to register for a ticket.
I’m very excited to announce my son Michael’s newest play, SURFACING, being developed by Primary Stages as part of the Drills 2016 series! For you non-theater folk, Primary Stages is a celebrated Off-Broadway company. Basically, this is kind of a big deal for Michael.
The month long rewrite process culminates with a FREE staged reading Monday, August 15th at 4pm at the Lucille Lortel Theater in Greenwich Village. Here’s the link to book your seat:
I will still be in Europe at that time, but I hope you can make it. It is free, but you need to book a seat.