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Friday, November 11, 2011

The Essential Theatre play readings (DC)

Essential Theatre

S. Robert
Morgan, Founder/Artistic Director

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The Artistic Community is cordially invited to our annual closed
table readings of new and current plays in development as part of our New Play Reading Series. Admission is free. Space is limited and all interested artist,
literary personnel and invited guest are asked to RSVP by calling (202)
328-0569 or by E-mailing, info@theessentialth All table readings will begin promptly at 6:00
in room 221 of the, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library located at 901 G Street, NW,
on the following dates:

Monday December

Betty’s Wish
by La’Chris Jordan

Monday December

Samson and
Miss Delilah by Natalie Blank

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library is accessible by metro
rail using the red, green or yellow lines via Gallery Place using the Galleries exit at
9th and G streets and the blue, orange and red lines trains to Metro
using the 11th
& G streets exit. All interested
artistic and literary personnel are asked to RSVP by calling (202) 328-0569 or
E-mail info@theessentialth

About The New Play Reading Series

The New Play
Reading Series is created to give voice to the work of new and established
playwrights. It is in substance an
incubator that serves to nurture the work for a three-year period in a
supportive and collaborative environment with other artisans, actors and
directors. Further, it is a forum where
audience members are welcomed to engage in an open dialogue with the playwright
and director about the issues presented in the material as well as techniques
used to present them. The New Play Reading Series was initiated in the spring
of 1992.

The Essential Theatre is a non profit professional theatre
dedicated, but not limited to producing theatre reflective of the
African-American experience from a first person perspective that explores and
celebrates the rich, diverse American cultural landscape. Paramount in
the company’s mission is the implementation of programs for youth in theWashington, DC
metropolitan area that promotes interdisciplinary education and positive levels
of self esteem.

The Essential Theatre

1112 11th Street, NW

Suite 100

Washington, DC 20001-4301

(202) 328-0569



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