NEXT BARE ESSENTIALS READING:
THE CISCO KID WAS MY MOTHER’S BOYFRIEND BY BILL GIBSON
NOVEMBER 30, 7:30PM
WEST END PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
945 RALPH DAVID ABERNATHY BLVD, ATLANTA, GA
DIRECTED BY JULIE SKRZYPEK
FEATURING THE READING TALENTS OF HOLLY STEVENSON, TRUMAN GRIFFIN, ROBIN BLOODWORTH, REBEKAH SUELLAU, BRANDON PARTRICK, RIAL ELLSWORTH, NICOLE SMITH
by Jennifer Kimball
2015 Festival Highlights.pdf
Our seventeenth Festival, the fourth all-Georgia Festival, our second year partnering with the West End Performing Arts Center and with Eyedrum Art & Music to showcase a local visual artist and further support Georgia artists of all kinds.
Two great and well-received world premieres by two talented and gracious Georgia Playwrights,
Our best-attended Bare Essentials Play Reading Series ever — despite a power outage during one reading as…
As the dust settles from this summer’s festival and we’re looking ahead to our next Bare Essentials reading, I got to spend some time with Amber Bradshaw. Amber is directing the next Bare Essentials reading on September 30, but she has been a backbone of Essential’s play development work for years. Read on to hear her thoughts on developing new plays, working with Essential and The End of William Henry, our next Bare Essentials reading this coming Thursday night.
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