Script-in-Hand
Dec 12 at 1pm & 4pm




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| Collected Stories

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Hear some incredible scripts come to life for just $20 per ticket!

The Script in Hand Playreading Series is curated by Anne Keefe, Playhouse Associate Artist.  She co-directed with Joanne Woodward the Playhouse production of David Copperfield, directed readings of And Then There Were None, Harvey, Bedroom Farce and A Song at Twilight, and appeared in A Holiday Garland and a reading of Arsenic and Old Lace.  She is a former Westport Country Playhouse Artistic Director.
 

| Collected Stories
By Donald Margulies
Monday, December, 12th at 7:00pm




The conflict between the established artist and the adulatory fan who becomes a protégé, disciple, colleague and friend – and finally threatening rival – is one of those great topics.  It resurfaces in Donald Margulies’ provocative play.  Margulies is literate, intellectually stimulating, and able to create characters of both dramatic and human interest. A story of what happens when the student surpasses the teacher, by cannibalizing the teacher’s own life story.

From Annie Keefe
WCP Associate Artist & Script in Hand Series Curator
"I’m a huge fan of Donald Margulies work. I find these characters immensely complicated and satisfying. When I realized I could secure a couple of terrific women to fill these roles, it was a no-brainer."


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SPECIAL THANKS
Script-in-Hand Playreading Series Sponsors
Michele & Mark Flaster

Script-in-Hand Playreading Series Partners
Ann Sheffer & Bill Scheffler

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The series is supported in part by the White Barn Program of the Lucille Lortel Foundation.


Script in Hand Header Photo: Maria Tucci, Matthew Amendt, David Margulies, Lenny Wolpe, Nicole Lowrance, Frances Sternhagen in Over the River and Through the Woods by Joe DiPietro. Photo by Dave Matlow.