Reading Series

Free readings of exciting new works

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FUTURE
CLASSICS

JUNE 26, 2017,7PM

4 Columbus Circle, 2nd Floor
(@ 1, 2, A,B,C, D trains to Columbus Circle)

FEATURING

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by Megan Minutillo

 
Megan Minutillo

Megan Minutillo

Meet the playwright

Megan Minutillo is a NY based director, producer, writer, theater teacher, and the editor in chief of thewriteteachers.com. Currently Megan is directing and producing the interactive concert, BOOKTRESS Offline: The Official Concert Party Launch at (le) poisson rouge in New York City. Recent directing credits include: An Evening with Charlotte Jaconelli (54 Below), Another 100 Years (54 Below), Ladies of Eve (54 Below), DUETS with The Write Teacher(s) (54 Below), LOVE SONGS for VDAY (54 Below), Bluebirds (Guild Hall of Easthampton), Orphans (Guild Hall of Easthampton), and Crimes of the Heart (Guild Hall of Easthampton). As a producer, Megan has worked at venues and theatres across New York City and Long Island such as at Bay Street Theater, 54 Below, Don’t Tell Mama, Laurie Beechman Theater, (le) poisson rouge, and The Cutting Room.

About The Series

Playwrights’ Playground

Selected playwrights submit 10-12 pages of a new work in the early stages of development. Actors are cast on the spot and perform a cold reading, followed by a moderated audience feedback session. In addition to serving the development of new work, these readings give audiences a sneak peek into how new plays are created.

Future Classics

CTH asserts that a “Future Classic” is a play of social significance that has the potential to stand the test of time. It tackles large-scale economic, political, or cultural issues. A Future Classic promotes courageous and open-minded examination of controversial and critical topics that are at the heart of society.

Revisited Classics

CTH’s Revisited Classics are readings of original classic plays, or new adaptations of classics, as seen through the unique Classical Theatre of Harlem lens.

For Playwrights

Submit your work to Ms. Shawn René Graham, Literary Director at readings@cthnyc.org. No phone calls please.

  • Plays/Excerpts may not have been previously produced.
  • Playwrights may submit up to fifteen (15) pages only.
  • Plays must be submitted as a PDF or as a Word document.
  • Playwrights will not receive comments on plays once submitted.

Submit your work to Ms. Shawn René Graham, Literary Director at readings@cthnyc.org. No phone calls please.

  • Plays may not have been previously produced.
  • Playwrights may submit only one full-length play.
  • Plays must be submitted as a PDF or as a Word document.
  • Playwrights will not receive comments on plays once submitted.
  • Playwrights should also include a brief author’s bio and/or resume.
  • Playwrights may also submit a play synopsis (250 words).

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