Visit City Books for an free evening of staged dramatic works from five Pittsburgh-area playwrights – Nancy Bach, William Cameron, Ginny Cunningham, Sharon Dilworth, and T.S. Frank.
A staged reading is a performance of a play without costumes or sets, voiced by actors while seated or moving only minimally. The stage directions are read aloud by a narrator. The purpose of a staged reading is to provide the writer or director insight into the effectiveness of the drama while it’s being developed. Audience feedback after the show is an integral part of the process. Celebrate Valentine’s Day a little early and experience the collaborative energy of drama as it’s made.
Plays-in-Progress: Staged Readings will be held on Saturday, February 11, from 7:00 until 9:00 pm at City Books, located at 908 Galveston Avenue in Allegheny West. For more information and bios about the playwrights, visit the City Books event page.