4/1 Closing Time (NEW WORKS SERIES)
This Tuesday, April 1st, please join us for another reading in our NEW WORKS SERIES: “Closing Time” by Martin Blank.
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.
After ten years a bartender returns to get justice from the manager she claims assaulted her.
J.E.T. Studios, JET Theater
5126 Lankershim Blvd
Tuesday, April 1st
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.
DUNCAN – Oscar Gubelman*
STEPHANIE – Amy Bartlett*
KEVIN – Jim McCaffree
JENNIFER – Pat Lentz*
STAGE DIRECTIONS – Meghan Allison*
*Play Club West BOARD/VIP
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT:
Martin Blank is the author of ten plays. His full-length drama, The Law of Return, will be produced August 2014 Off Broadway by Newsom Zipoy. The Law of Return was produced at Maryland Ensemble Theatre, Center Stage Theater, Jerusalem, and was optioned for Broadway. His one-act comedy, Avenue of the Americas, was produced Off Broadway at the Tank Theater. He has received new play commissions from the American Jewish Theater, Theatre Ariel, and the Georgetown Theatre Company and is published by Smith & Kraus. He has served as Artistic Associate for the American Jewish Theatre and American Place Theatre, New York City, as well as Literary Manager, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, and Founding Artistic Director, Theater J. Currently, he is Artistic Director for American Ensemble Theater. He attended the University of Maryland and the Yale School of Drama.