Abingdon Theatre Company
Abingdon Theatre Company
Abingdon Theatre Company
Abingdon Theatre Company
>  Home >  Page2Stage Reading Series   > Upcoming Readings

Upcoming Readings

FIRST READING SERIES
.

Cut Throat

by J.B. Reich
Monday, August 11, 7pm (Note NEW date for this reading)
Amy and Ben were happily married. “Happily,” that is until they decided to send their 3 year old boy to preschool.   “Cut Throat” examines the meaning of children, parenthood, and marriage all in red hot crucible that is New York City grammar school admissions.


A Position of Relative Importance

by Hal Borden
Thursday, August 14, 2pm
Frank Truman needs a job. To his misfortune, potential employers routinely mistake him for an elderly eccentric who blogs under the pseudonym “Frank Truman.” When Frank implores his namesake to adopt a new moniker, he receives a different kind of help -- a job interview at the mysterious company where the old man used to work. To land the position, Frank must decide how far he’ll go to get ahead.



Jinxed

by Stacey Luftig
Monday, August 18, 7pm

Directed by Donald Brenner
Everyone knows American icon Amelia Earhart. But few remember Jackie Cochran, the hot-tempered, beautiful, ambitious aviatrix who earned more records in aviation than any pilot in history. Based on real events and exploring the intense friendship and rivalry between these two brave pilots, Jinxed shows why the name of one pilot became synonymous with adventure—while the better and far more accomplished flyer was the one who truly disappeared.

Check back here for our next First Reading coming soon.  Thank you.



STAGED READING SERIES


Check back here for our next Staged Reading coming soon.  Thank you.

For access to the theatres, take the REAR elevator to the 1st Floor, or use the 2nd set of glass doors (closer to 9th Avenue) and walk up one flight of stairs. There is no access to the theatres from the front elevator. The rear elevator opens 1 hour prior to curtain.

 

 

 



   Manifest Destiny

   by Vladimir Zelevinsky
   Lori Gardner, Paul Kelly (l. to r.)
   (Photo by Kim T. Sharp)


  
Abingdon Theatre Company