Free "My Brother's Keeper" Reading (NYC) — AAPEX Writer Readings , Henry Miller — AAPEX

Friday, May 4, 2007

Free "My Brother's Keeper" Reading (NYC)

Marjorie Eliot's Parlor Entertainment
Presents a Reading
of the Two-act Play
Henry Miller
(Member: African American Playwrights Exchange & Dramatist Guild of America)

555 Edgecombe Avenue @ 160th Street, NYC, Apt #3F - 212-781-6595 (1 Block East of St Nicholas Avenue) . The nearest train station is the IND line @ 163rd St. CC local.

Date & Time:
Sun. May 13, 2007 @ 7pm

ARTHUR FRENCH (Obie Award-winner, founding member: NEC) reading Mr. Newborne

LAWRENCE WINSLOW reading Lucas Newborne

CANDICE MYERS reading Dana Askew

BRIGITTE BARNET reading Margaret "Zulima" Newborne

ED SHELDON reading Mayor Jacob A. Lyman


ERIC COLEMAN reading Marcus Newborne

This reading will be hosted by Marjorie Eliot who starred in Charles Gordone' seminal, Pulitzer Prize-winning African American drama, No Place to be Somebody. Also a jazz pianist, Ms. Eliot is the founder of Parlor Entertainment, Harlem's internationally recognized "Straight-Ahead" Sunday Afternoon contemporary Jazz venue.

So eat a big late lunch and come early at 4pm and make it an afternoon of Jazz and an evening (7pm) of African-American Drama.

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