Apr 24: Interplay: Sanctions

04.17.2017 06:30:00
Interplay: Sanctions
Through Interplay, Northlight seeks to serve the specific needs of the play and can provide playwright commissions, workshops with actors, and private or public readings. The public reading series is an instrumental part of the Interplay program, providing audiences the opportunity to participate in a part of the evolutionary process from initial idea to full theatrical production, including first-hand insight from the playwright. Also through the reading series, the playwright has the opportunity to hear audience response that is integral to shaping the play for full production.

Monday, April 24, 2017 from at 7:00pm
at Northlight Theatre | 9501 Skokie Boulevard, Skokie, IL 60077

by Bruce Graham (Funnyman, The Outgoing Tide, White Guy on the Bus)

This reading is a part of Northlight’s Interplay Program, providing customized support for new work in the critical stages of early play development.

About the play:
A university athletic department returns to the big business of college football after their NCAA probation is lifted, but staff conflict and a new scandal involving a freshman tutor threaten to blow up the whole program.

The reading will feature: Mary Beth Fisher, James Vincent Meredith, Patrese McClain and Lindsay Stock.

Catch a glimpse of this timely new drama while still in the process of new play development. Post-show discussion with the playwright immediately following.

This event is FREE and open to the public. Reservations are recommended. To reserve your seat, please click here.

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