WHY WE HAVE BOOK CLUB by Grace Parker
WHY WE HAVE BOOK CLUB is part of Coming Apart Together: A Visit with Our 2020 Residency and Reading Series Artists
Wednesday, June 24, 2020 | 7:00pm
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Every month, college friends Mac, Audrey, Lia, and Sarah meet for Book Club to talk about literature (their lives), favorite authors (each other), and to analyze plot and character (to drink). A play about the closeness and danger of intimate female friendships.
View the WHY WE HAVE BOOK CLUB program.
Check out the rest of the Coming Apart Together: A Visit with Our 2020 Residency and Reading Series Artists:
June 23 – KP 1968 by Peter Reich & Lynda Crawford
June 25 – MISSING WORDS by Matt Heftler
June 27 – THE SOUND OF BIRDS YOU DON’T EXPECT by Adam Kraar
June 28 – STEWART AND LAMB by James Anthony Tyler
The readings were awarded to theater artists of merit through a competitive application process open to the New York City theater community. This year’s recipients represent an international array of artists and voices. The projects explore themes of identity, community, marginalization and empowerment, particularly those that stimulate communication and dialogue across genres, cultures and beliefs. Learn more about the HB Playwrights Reading Series.
The 2020 HB Residency & Reading Series Artist Panel included David Deblinger, Maria Fontanals, Mark Blum, Pablo Andrade, Paul Pryce, Fran Kirmser, Theresa McElwee, Edith Meeks, Robbie McCauley, Pat Golden, Craig Dolezel, and Gabriel Gonzalez.