Wednesday, June 02, 2010
Always love when you readers reach out to me and let me know what's upcoming and a must-see. I'm excited to find out that the playwright of "The Elephant Man" is about to deliver to us his latest work.
Bernard Pomerance's new play "Spinoff" is set for a reading on June 11th right here in Manhattan. Pomerance, best known for writing "The Elephant Man," has won a number of awards, including the Tony, New York Drama Critics, Drama Desk, and Obie awards. This is the first reading of a new play by him in more than 20 years; it is entertaining, thought-provoking, and timely, and explores themes of identity in our television-obsessed culture. Award-winning film producer Jim Jermanok is directing.
The reading is a fundraiser for PS 10, the school Pomerance's granddaughter attends. PS 10 is facing severe budget cuts and cannot afford text books, art supplies or school lunches. If you plan to attend, here are the details:
"Spinoff" a play reading
Friday, June 11th, 2010
$15 donationPlayers Club
16 Grammercy Park South,
between Irving and Park (adjacent to Grammercy Park)
Wine reception to follow
Please RSVP to Jessie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 917.697.4111
This event is worth marking on your calendar. I'm sure Mr. Pomerance will deliver an incredible new play and you'll be helping to support the students of PS 10 at the same time. It's a win-win.
Until next time.