Our final reading of 2011 – and you are invited.

As I announced back in September, our final reading of the year has international ancestry.  Martha, Marina, was written by Ana-Maria Bamberger of Bucharest and has quite a life overseas, where it has been running for 7 (!) years in and around Romania.

And now, it’s going to make its US debut in our studio as part of our reading series, where it will be directed by Dev Bondarin.

We’ll read it next Monday, Dec. 12th at 8 PM in our brand new studio.

What is it about?

Mistakes often tend to be repeated by the next generation – and breaking the pattern is a tough game to play. Grumpy old Martha gives it a try, employing rather unorthodox methods in her quest to prevent her daughter Marina’s life from going down the same hill. A resonant and uplifting comedy about the mother and the daughter we all are – or have.

Want to come?

Click here to RSVP.

Our new studio is a bit bigger, so we can get a few more folks in, but RSVP ASAP because we expect a lot of interest in Martha, Marina.

See you next Monday!


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