Free Reading at The Kennedy Center

From August 30, 2010

NOTE: We will be in the NORTH, not South, Atrium.

Hello DAT Friends,

We wanted to take a minute to update you about our upcoming performance at The Kennedy Center.

On Saturday, September 4th at 2pm DAT will be collaborating with Run of the Mill Theater in Baltimore to produce a reading of a brand new play by our Resident Playwright, Jason B. Williamson.

This reading is FREE!!!

Some of our company members got together last night for an informal reading, and it was exciting to hear this new play come to life. The play is a new interpretation of an old Andean myth about The Condor. Dramaturg Christen Madrazo has done incredible work researching this Quechuan myth and Jason has done a terrific job retelling the story in a fun and current way.

The play is suitable for all audiences, so fans of all ages are invited to be a part of this adventure!

This is DAT’s first time returning to the Baltimore/DC area since our very first production, Voices from Zimbabwe.

Directed by DAT Resident Director, Kathleen Amshoff, this play is a true collaboration and will include actors from NYC and Baltimore.

If you are in the DC area this Saturday, we would love to share this “Indie Love Story meets Andean Myth” with you.

WHEN?
Run of the Mill Theater & Dramatic Adventure Theatre will present a reading of Jason Williamson’s latest play on Sept. 4th at 2:00pm. (General admission seating opens approximately 30 minutes prior.)

WHERE?
The North Atrium Foyer of the Kennedy Center (2700 F Street, NW Washington, DC 20566).

Hope to see you there!

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