The reception will be followed by a playwrighting lecture by Mary Tensing who's play An Algonquin Cinderella will be performed at Stuart’s Opera House on Friday, October 3rd at 7pm. An Algonquin Cinderella is a Native American variation on the classic story written by Mary Tensing and presented by ArtReach: A Division of the Children's Theatre of Cincinnati.
The full schedule is :
Opening Reception, Sept. 29, 6 p.m.
(Music by Michael and Becca Lachman)
Playwriting Workshop Lecture 7 p.m.
(With Mary Tensing)
Laying Off by James McLindon: Tuesday, September 30, 7 p.m.
(Produced by Actors Moveable Theater)
Coal Creek by Walter Thinnes: Wednesday, October 1, 7 p.m.
(Produced by Athenian Players Theatre)
The 4th Indian by Lynn Veach Sadler: Thursday, October 2, 7 p.m.
(Produced by The Corporation for the Performing Arts)
Strike!: Friday, October 3, 7 p.m.
(Produced by The Lost Flamingo Company)
(Sponsored by ARTS/West)
Closing reception on Saturday, October 4 at 6 p.m.
(Music by Charlie and Celia Lewis)
Dignity by Celeste Parsons: Saturday, October 4, 7 p.m.
(Pick of the Festival, produced by the Appalachian Regional Theater Company)
$3.00/reading, $10.00 for a week pass (or seven admissions)
Passes are available at the ARTS/West office- call (740) 592-4315.
But Emily, who are the playwrights? Oh, here you go:
Humble Play Playwright Bios
Reyshan Parker (Strike!): was born April 11th, 1979 to Jim and Cindy Parker. He has written seven full length plays, two of which he has produced at ARTS/West theatre in
Celeste Parsons (Dignity): was born in
Lynn Veach Sadler (The Fourth Indian): Former college president Dr. Lynn Veach Sadler has published widely in academics and creative writing. One story appears in Del Sol's Best of 2004. She recently published a novella and a short-story collection, was 2007 Writer of the Year at
Walter Thinnes (Coal Creek): is an early career playwright trapped in a later life body. Despite his belated start he has received competition recognition, readings and/or productions in more than sixteen states, The Kennedy Center and several Off-Off-Broadway Theaters. Walter currently resides in