Holla, DC friendlies.
Meant to do this 2 days ago, but it got set aside by the important Primary Stages discussion.
There's a special event this coming Monday in DC. It's a reading of a new play of mine that's based on the life of Italian Renaissance painter Sofonisba Anguissola. It's part of Washington Shakespeare Company's reading series at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. The reading starts at 7pm, and will last 90 minutes, for those of you not wanting to stay out too late on a school/work night. There will be a talkback afterwards.
This is the same play that got an airing at the Kennedy Center last fall in a reading of the first 40 pages. It's more fully developed now, and I can't wait to hear it out loud. I am blessed to have an AMAZING cast and director. I'm very excited about this, and would love to see as many of my DC friends in the audience as possible.
by Callie Kimball
directed by Dorothy Neumann
with Heather Haney, Barbara Klein, Joseph Thornhill, and Sunshine Cappelletti as Sofonisba Anguissola
MON 5.25 7pm
National Museum of Women in the Arts
1250 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005
$10 in advance, or pay-what-you-can at the door. Tickets may be purchased at www.boxofficetickets.com/wsc or 1.800.494.TIXS (8497).
IF YOU WOULD LIKE COMPS, please leave a comment here with the number of tickets you'd like and I will reserve them for you. Please please make sure if you reserve comps, that you make it to the reading! :-)
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i'm a white writer. in new york. original, no? i've been blogging since october 2002. this blog picks up in october 2008, when i moved from DC to NY...(and then I moved to Maine in 2012)