7/30 Outrageous Fortune (NEW WORKS SERIES)
This Tuesday, July 30th, please join us for our reading in our NEW WORKS SERIES: “Outrageous Fortune” written by Play Club East founder, Pamela Eberhardt.
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.
The town of Oak Bay is in shock when the bodies of four high schoolers are found – murdered in such a way that seems to mirror Shakespeare’s most famous tragedies. It doesn’t take the police long to zero in on the prime suspect…
J.E.T. Studios, Hagen Studio
5126 Lankershim Blvd
Tuesday, July 30th
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).
As always, admission for our weekly table readings is FREE, and there will be wine to purchase for a suggested donation.
EMILY – Katrina Rennells
RYAN/CHRIS BECK/WITNESS #2/GUARD #3 – Cody Clark*
SAVANNAH/SARAH DEANNA/FAN #2 – Anna Bowen
JUDGE/MRS. DEANNA/WITNESS #1 – Jeni Incontro*
KIRK/MEL/STUDENT #2/FAN #1 – Andy Kenareki*
SAM/WITNESS #3 – Amy Bartlett*
TIM JERICHO/DET. JORDAN/GUARD – Travis James Riner*
TY – Tripp Pettigrew*
MRS. WALLACH/THERAPIST – Pat Lentz*
REPORTER – John Ross Clark*
MICHAEL – Carson Scott Higgins
DEAN/STUDENT #3 – Will Collyer
WALTER/JOHNNY/STUDENT #1 – Oscar Gubelman*
STAGE DIRECTIONS – Tiffany Brain
*Play Club West BOARD/VIP
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT:
Pamela Eberhardt moved to California from New York at age 14 and entered the professional world of writing at 17 on the west coast. By her 20th birthday she had three original works produced in the Los Angeles area. Rising from sketch comedy writing and a background in theatre, Pam collected what she had learned over the years and compiled it into play writing. She began collaborating on an original musical “Right Together, Left Together” (2010 NYMF finalist) with Will Collyer and premiered it in workshop format in 2007 along with the original dramedy “420″, thus the launch of the Unknown Artists.