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1/15 The Haven (NEW WORKS SERIES)

01/13/2013

This Tuesday, January 15th, please join us for our reading in our NEW WORKS SERIES: “The Haven” by Richard Etchison.

PCW New Works

Once a month, Play Club West is proud to present the reading of a NEW WORK (plays, screenplays, teleplays, one acts, tv pilots), followed by a post-reading talkback.

It’s a crowded, busy day at the airport gate as four people await a flight to Atlanta. The hung-over Paige has just ended a tumultuous weekend at her best friend’s wedding. Next to her is Gunnar, who is traveling to his niece’s baptism. They hit it off immediately, enjoying each other’s charming banter. However, the people next to them seem to be traveling together, despite the fact they sit apart. A curious tension hangs in the air between the married couple who have just dropped their son off at college…

WHERE:
J.E.T. Studios, Hagen Studio
5126 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood

WHEN:
Tuesday, January 15th
7:00pm

PARKING:
There is metered parking on Lankershim and Magnolia, and after 6:00pm, the meters are FREE. There is a parking lot across from J.E.T. that costs $7, as well as valet parking at numerous restaurants and bars on Magnolia for $5 (Brickyard Pub, Bow & Truss both do valet). You can also find free residential parking on most of the side streets in NoHo. We are also a few blocks down the street from the Metro Red Line (at Lankershim & Chandler).

ADMISSION:
As always, admission for our weekly table readings is FREE, and there will be wine to purchase for a suggested donation.

CAST:
PAIGE – Faith Streng
GUNNAR – Oscar Gubelman*
WOLF – Jim McCaffree*
TURNER – Lisa Dudley
GATE AGENT/STAGE DIRECTIONS – Erin Shaw*

*Play Club West VIP

ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT:
Richard Etchison is a Los Angeles-based playwright, screenwriter, and TV writer, and a founding member of NYC’s InViolet Repertory Theatre Company (Founded 2007). Five of his feature scripts have placed at the quarterfinalist or semifinalist levels in competitions, including “Beauty and Sadness,” which was a Nicholl Fellowship Quarterfinalist (top 5%). In 2008, he adapted the best selling novel “Boy Still Missing” for Ovie Entertainment, a New York City independent production company.

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