Playwrights of Denton will meet Tuesday, Feb. 16 at 7 pm. We have a new playwright who needs about 7 readers to do the play justice--please email thedctteam@campustheatre if you can help us out. Here's a synopsis and character descriptions:
Unbalanced by Aaron Zilbermann
After a disturbing suicide attempt, Ezra finds himself locked in the psychiatric ward of a hospital. Diagnosed with bipolar disorder, his psychiatrist at the facility recommends a treatment of electroconvulsive therapy to help him break free from the shackles of his depression. Ezra struggles through the memory loss, disorientation, the alienation of his wife and daughters, and his internal struggles toward recovery.
EZRA – A male patient in his early thirties.
DR. AMIN – A female psychiatrist in her late thirties.
SARAH – A female in her early thirties. EZRA’s wife.
SAUL – A male therapist in his early forties.
TONI – A trans (MTF) patient in her late thirties
SONIA – A nineteen year-old female patient.
MERCEDES – A female patient in her early twenties
CAROL – A female patient in her mid forties.
HEATHER – An attractive nurse in her mid-thirties
DR. HAREM – A male anesthetist in his mid-forties
DR. ROSENBERG – a male psychiatrist in his mid-fifties
Play Readers of Denton will meet Tuesday, Feb. 23, at 7 pm at the Campus Theatre to read a play out loud. Last week, we read Simon's Broadway Bound.
Driving Miss Daisy continues tonight at the DCT PointBank Black Box Theatre, directed by Play Reader John Rodgers, assistant directed by Play Reader Melissa Karol, with additional help from Play Readers Jaime Rodriguez-Schmidt, Dr. Linda Rubin, Elsie Barrow, Judi Conger, and Jessica Phillips. More info at http://dentoncommunitytheatre.com/blackbox/. Way to go, Play Readers!