A new play from Mark Redfield
First Public Reading – Free and Open to the Public
January 5

This new black comedy from Mark Redfield is the tale of a publisher, Otto Vinkle, and his wife, Maria, and how they navigate the survival of their little company during the rise of the Nazis in Germany in the 1930s. It’s about how some embrace tyranny, and some resist. Theatre Project presents the first public reading of this new play. There will be a talk-back with the artists immediately following the performance.

Chris Pfingsten, Mackenzie Menter, J. R. Lyston, Matthew J. Bowerman, Lois Bailey DeVeas, Eric Supensky, Mike Moran, and Mary Anne Perry.

The reading is free and open to the public. We will “Pass the Hat” and ask that you pay what you can.

About the author:
Mark Redfield first performed at the Theatre Project in 1986, soon after its renovation and re-opening, with his movement theater comedy MY SAD FACE (Industrial Strength Theater Company). He has worked at the Theater Project in many capacities over the years. His company New Century Theater was in residence at 45 West Preston for a spell. Redfield is a filmmaker, author and artist. He is directing Eugene O’Neill’s ANNA CHRISTIE at New York’s 13th Street Repertory Company in March 2018.

January 5 @ 8pm

Pay What You Can

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