Thursday, November 5, 2009

FRATERNITY reading tonight

Come see the staged reading of "Fraternity" by Samuel Brett Williams tonight at 7pm, directed by John Pietrowski.

About the playwright: Samuel Brett Williams hails from Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he was raised in a strict southern Baptist environment. His plays have been developed at the Eugene O'Neill National Playwright's Conference, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Lark Play Development Center, Naked Angels, Yale University, and P73 Productions. Brett's plays have been produced at Cherry Lane Theatre, Ars Nova, Stageworks/Hudson, Mile Square Theatre, the D.C. Center and New Oreleans Theatre Experiment.

About the Director: John Pietrowski is the Artistic Director of Playwrights Theatre, where he has directed numerous world premiere productions of plays in his 19-year tenure. A winner of the Agnes E. Nixon playwriting award at Northwestern University for two of his plays, he has had readings and productions of plays at theatres in New Jersey and New York. A graduate of Northwestern University’s Performance Studies Department, he also holds an Masters of Public Administration in non-profit management from Seton Hall University, and teaches at both Fairleigh Dickinson and Seton Hall University.

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