City Lights Theater Company of San Jose presents a staged reading of
By Jeff Carter
Directed by Jenny Hollingworth
When: August 9, 2011 at 8pm
Where: City Lights Theater Company, 529 South Second St., San Jose, CA
Tickets: $10 general; $5 City Lights Subscriber
In America where farm life has collapsed and drugs have filled the void, Dickie McDonald’s rural drug empire is threatened when his older brother is forced out of a likewise collapsing California and returns home to vie for power in the family. Soon all except the dotty mother and father are aligned against Dickie, but Dickie who may seem somewhat “slow” is no fool. Conflict ensues.
Tell it on Tuesday celebrates the expression of individual storytelling and solo performance. Coming together as a community to share works crafted by theater artists and storytellers, we provide an East Bay home to the solo performer. The last Tuesday of almost every month!
Next Up! Tues June 28, 2011
Musical opening at 7pm / Stories start at 7:30
- Ron Jones, “3 short stories about a gift, a talking bra, and being a grandfather”
- Paul Sussman, “Shelfspace” (excerpt)
- Margery Kreitman, “Payday at Pukalani”
- Judi Le, “So, What Are You?” (excerpt)
MUSIC: Perry Dexter and Richard Rosen, Poems and songs from “Alphabetizoo”
Where: The Marsh Arts Center
2120 Allston Way
For more info on this event:
When: Musical opening at 7pm / Stories start at 7:30
TIckets : $10- $18 at the door. There are no reservations.
The Marsh is one block from Downtown Berkeley BART station!
Don’t miss the reading of Lee Brady’s play at the Masquers Playhouse in Pt. Richmond:
JUNE 12, 2011, AT 7 P.M.
General Admission $5.00 / Free to season ticket holders & Masquers Members!
No reservations required.
Janice & Shelley & Jo
by Lee Brady
directed by Andrea Gordon
featuring Sally Dana, Shirley Nielsen Hall
and Bridget O’Keefe
Sisters Janice and Shelley meet for the first time ever and get a fresh look at their mother, Jo. To Janice, Jo was a high-spirited slut who abandoned her, while Shelley only knows her mother as a pious member of a religious commune in Absolute Truth, Colorado. As the two women unlock the mystery of their past and uncover the bloody violence that changed all their lives, Jo and her own mother show up and the emotional explosions come thick and fast.