Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Playwrights Anonymous Stages IT'S ALL ABOUT ME Tonight

Playwrights Anonymous, the spin-off writers group from Heartland Theatre's Young at Heartland Acting Troupe, will not be deterred by a little snow. The playwrights are scheduled to perform some of their original pieces tonight at the Eaton Gallery at 411 North Center Street in Bloomington. Snow or no, they report that the show -- called It's All About Me -- will go on tonight at 7 pm. Tickets are $5, and reservations have been brisk, so you are wise to call ahead at 309-828-1575 to make sure there's space before you go. For more information about Playwrights Anonymous, call 309-706-8264.

It's All About Me will include staged readings of eight short plays previously published in the volume "Seniors Still Acting Up: Short Comedies," which is available for purchase at Plays include Afternoon Antiquing by Lynda Straw, The Car and the Garage Door by Janet Grub, First Time by Elsie Cadieux, Ladies Who Lunch by Carol Scott, Pink by Joy Schuler, A Promise Kept by Judy Franciosi, Two of  Kind by Bruce Boeck, and What Emergency by Holly Klass.

Playwrights Anonymous will be back at Eaton Gallery with new programs of short plays in May and October. The October program will be centered around the idea of the circus, as inspired by Herb Eaton's paintings.

Playwrights Anonymous founder Bruce Boeck (L) with Herb Eaton

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