The Playwrights Foundation’s ROUGH READING SERIES
Join us for the final play of our Rough Reading Series this season!
Kimberley Burke’s MISS TIBET, directed by Amy Mueller.
Based on the writer’s experiences at the 2006 Miss Tibet Pageant in Dharamsala, India, the play explores the tenacity and determined fire of five women contestants who are competing for the title.
Monday, May 16, 7:30p
Stanford University – CERAS Hall 520 Galvez Mall
For exact directions, click here.
Tuesday, May 17, 7:00p
Thick House, 1695 18th St, San Francisco — on Potrero Hill
Readings are free with a suggested donation of $10.
To reserve a seat for Stanford, email David Goldman at firstname.lastname@example.org
To reserve a seat for the SF reading at Thick House, email email@example.com
New Works By the Prolific Eugenie Chan
Resident Playwright Eugenie Chan unveils two new plays on Cutting Ball Theatre’s Risk Is This… Festival: TONTLAWALD, May 13 & 14, and MADAME HO, May 27 & 28.
For Families and Young People!
PF partner theater Handful Players at Yoshi’s San Francisco:
World Premiere of AN APPETITE FOR BOOKS by Jeff Raz
Accompanied by renowned jazz musician, Tammy Hall
Directed by Shakiri, Amy Penney, and Ryan Marchand
Saturday, May 14, 2011 1:00pm (doors open at noon)
1330 Fillmore Street @ Eddy St.
Tickets: $5 donation at the door
Kids 18 and under FREE
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