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Boston, Mass. USA - "The Gecko in Winter" SWAN Day Readings

  • 27 Mar 2010
  • 8:00 PM - 9:59 PM
  • Blacksmith House, 56 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA 02138

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 in vivo Productions
and
The Cambridge Center for Adult Education

present
“The Gecko in Winter Series”

Blacksmith House    

at 56 Brattle Street

March 27 at 8pm

An annual play-reading showcase in Cambridge.   

The Gecko in Winter Series, with installments on the last Saturday of January, February and March, 2010, was inspired by the Gecko in Winter Series begun in Cape Cod in 2000 and will feature selected works from writers of the Playwrights Platform, the New Opera and Musical Theatre Initiative (NOMTI) and in vivo Productions.

The March 27th reading presents portions of Cafe, a new full-length by award-winning playwright and screenwriter, Hortense Gerardo.  This work has been developed at Shadowboxing and the Playwrights and Actors Cape Theatre (PACT.)

Featured artists include: Rachelle Coury, Brian Dunham, Dara Eagle, Peter Floyd, Naomi Gurt Lind and Chuck Schwager.

The Gecko in Winter Series is co-produced by The Cambridge Center for Adult Education and in vivo Productions.

Location: 
The Cambridge Center for Adult Education
Blacksmith House
56 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA  02138

Tickets: $10 
CCAE Box Office - 617-547-6789
 
Web: http://www.ccae.org/catalog/detail.php?id=554368
 
For more information check: http://www.harvardsquare.com/Events/2010/January/The-Gecko-In-Winter-Returns-for-6th-Season-at-CCAE.aspx

The price of admission includes coffee and pastries provided by series sponsors, Peet's Coffee and Tea and Hi-Rise Bread Company, and directly supports the work of local playwrights, directors and actors.

The International Centre for Women Playwrights is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting women playwrights around the world.    

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ICWP Is a 501- c - 3 Non Profit  Organization, incorporated in the State of Ohio, USA

For general questions,  contact Margaret McSeveney, Communications Manager: 
admin@womenplaywrights.org

For the Board of Directors,  contact Pat Morin, President board@womenplaywrights.org

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