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5/28 Whirlpool (NEW WORKS SERIES)

05/26/2013

This Tuesday, May 28th, please join us for our reading in our NEW WORKS SERIES: “Whirlpool” by Ross Tedford Kendall

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.

Two Palm Springs detectives interview NFL superstar Jason Carter over an allegations that he raped an employee at a resort. The two policemen bicker over how to handle the case while the meek accuser, Rebecca, and her aggressive roommate, Clementine, deal with the fallout of reporting the famed athlete.

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

WHEN:
Tuesday, May 28th
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:
CLEMENTINE TARTAKOVER – Donna Noelle Ibale
REBECCA KEANE – Whitney Tenney
DREW WINSLOW – Gugun Deep Singh
ADAM TORREZ – Tony Sago
JASON CARTER – Lucas Alifano*

*Play Club West BOARD/VIP

ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT:
Ross Tedford Kendall is a graduate of USC’s Cinema-Television school (now School of Cinema Arts), and USC’s Master of Professional Writing Program. Whirlpool, won honorable Mention in the inaugural Ohio State Newark New Play Contest and was a finalist for the 2012-13 Woodward/Newman Drama Award. The play forms a loose trilogy based around his enigmatic character, Clementine. His full-length play, Still Born, has received staged readings in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. His short play, Singular of Dice, won theDrury University One Act Festival, 2011, and has been produced in Rhode Island, Missouri, and Connecticut.

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