Wordsmyth turned 10 years old this summer! So we are celebrating. We are producing readings of sections of works in progress or short works by the Houston playwrights we have featured including Warren Holleman, Patricia Barry Rumble, William Duell, Arthur Jolly, Abby Koenig, James Joseph Barnes, Eric James, Elizabeth Earle, Asher Wyndham and Ted Swindley.
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Four teenage girls are tasked with the duty to taste Hitler’s every meal for poison.It is supposed to be the highest honor, or so they are told. How can these young women handle such an honor?
Sometimes family becomes a dogfight. In their ancestral house in rural California, surrounded by a dead walnut orchard, brothers Boomer and Dirt struggle with each other, with themselves, and with their dog-breeding business. As their pregnant pooch swells, they seem on the way to strike it rich. Their dreams are disrupted when Boomer brings home Marisol, who should be a one-night stand, and Dirt finds a boy who will never grow up.
There has already been one raid by the FBI resulting in some deaths.
Now, the leader of the Branch of Zion has ordered the members of his flock to wait in their rooms.
But some of his followers are not the kind to just sit and wait.
Monday, Feb 27, 2017, 7:00 pm.
Main Street Theater, 2540 Times Blvd.
Monday, November 21, 7 Pm
Main Street Theater
2540 Times Blvd
ENGAGE Houston is generously supported by Houston Endowment and implemented by Mid-America Arts Alliance with support from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Texas Commission on the Arts, and foundations, corporations and individuals throughout Arkansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Today we mourn the loss of a great playwright and mentor, Edward Albee. Albee was an incredible personal inspiration to many of our founders and helped us conceptualize the work of this theater. He was always an encouragement when he graciously attended our readings and though he will be dearly missed, his legacy continues.