WinterFest 2012 – Immerse yourself in some new theatre. Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA is currently presenting three weeks of non-stop staged readings: 47 plays in 18 days including new works by playwrights Nicholas Kazan, Tom Jacobson, Richard Martin Hirsch, Jacqueline Wright, Marek Glinski, Jonas Oppenheim and many more.

Admission is free, with donations accepted at the door.

WHERE:
  EST/LA @ Atwater Village Theatre

3269 Casitas Ave

Los Angeles, CA 90039

WHEN:  
January 10-29, 2012.

Remaining schedule:

  • Sun. Jan 15:

◦                     12:30 pm: The Luckiest Girl by Kitty Felde

◦                     2 pm: The Contract by James Webb

◦                     4 pm: Total Power Exchange by Edith Freni

◦                     6:30 pm: Artifice by Anne Flanagan

◦                     8:30 pm: Morgenstern in Vienna by Alan Goodson

  • Tues. Jan 17

◦                     7 pm: The Happy Slave by Jonas Oppenheim

◦                     8:15 pm: Moments Before Medicine by Brian James Polak

  • Wed. Jan 18:

◦                     8 pm Memorizing Rome by Richard Martin Hirsch

  • Thurs. Jan 19:

◦                     7 pm: The Annual Meeting of the American Society of Lone Fisherman Who Have Found Dead Bodies by T.S. Cook

◦                     9 pm: The Devil’s Sonata by Marek Glinski

  • Fri. Jan 20:

◦                     7 pm: Accidentally, Like A Martyr by Grant James Varjas

◦                     9 pm: The Suck by Chris Merrill

  • Sat. Jan 21:

◦                     12 pm: Watching OJ by David McMillan

◦                     2:30 pm: Deus Ex Machina by Tom Jacobson

◦                     5 pm: Match by Jennifer Maisel

◦                     7:30 pm: Like A Silica Milkshake by Karen Rizzo

◦                     9 pm: Boundaries by Chris diGiovanni

  • Sun. Jan 22:

◦                     1pm: A Scream by Gina Barnett

◦                     4pm: Mixquixtal by Jacqueline Wright

◦                     6 pm: Live Girls by Tim Cummings

◦                     8 pm: The Blood Poems by Garrett M. Brown

  • Tues. Jan 24:

◦                     8 pm: Species Native to California by Dorothy Fortenberry

  • Wed. Jan 25:

◦                     7:30 pm: We Are the Great Granddaughters of Patrick Sarsfield Rail by Carole Real

◦                     8 pm: The Fourth Estate by Colin Mitchell

  • Thurs. Jan 26:

◦                     7 pm: Andrea Lane by Steve Serpas

◦                     8:30 pm: Shiner by Christian Durso

  • Fri, Jan 27:

◦                     6 pm: Family Planning by Michelle Kholos Brooks

◦                     8 pm: Rescuers by Tom Baum

  • Sat. Jan 28:

◦                     1 pm: Idols of the Cave by Keliher Walsh

◦                     3:30 pm: Lucy’s Wedding by Randolyn Zinn

◦                     5:30 pm: Clytemnestra by Tom Jacobson

◦                     8 pm: The Rosy Fingers of Dawn by Tom Jacobson

  • Sun. Jan 29:

◦                     1 pm: The Great 11 by Lea Floden

◦                     3:30 pm: Bela Lugosi’s Dead/Late Snow by James Macdonald

◦                     5 pm: Apocrypha by Stephen Dierkes

◦                     6:30 pm: Ees Story Uff Poor Sea Village Gerl by Mara Lathorp

ADMISSION: 
FREE – donations accepted at the door

PARKING: 
FREE on-site

MORE INFO:
 323-644-1929 or at their official site.

 

January 15, 2012
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