About the Season

Meat and Bone’s season will consist of two full scale productions and 10 monthly readings to be held on the last Monday of the month. The readings are an opportunity for playwrights to hear their work out loud as part of the writing process. They are also an opportunity to cultivate an excited audience.

April 26th, 2010 – Refuse

8PM

Berry Park, 4 Berry St. near N14st, Brooklyn, NY

Meat and Bone presents a reading of Refuse, a new play by returning playwright, Oliver Devine Edsforth

September 28th, 2009 – Bulba

8pm

Berry Park, 4 Berry St. near N14st, Brooklyn, NY

Meat and Bone Theatre Company presents Bulba, a play based on the Gogol novella, Taras Bulba, by Daniel John Kelley

August 31st, 2009 – Season preview party

We’ll be on the roof of 305 McGuinness Blvd. (between India and Huron Sts.) in Greenpoint. Doors will open at 7:45 (complete with doorman!). If you show up late, please call Meat and Bone at (347) 422-6328 for a private escort up.

July 12th, 2009 – Meat and Bone-iversary

4:30pm
952 Broadway (at Myrtle Ave.), Brooklyn, NY

Eat (and drink) your fill of barbecued goodness starting at 4:30, while you bid on silent auction items like jewelry by Shanna Nash or a consultation with makeup artist Karen Lanyi. Then sit back and enjoy excerpts of plays we’ve read over the past year starting at 5:30. Music by DJ Joo-Young will keep you dancing all night.

April 27, 2009 – No Poem, No Song

8 pm at Stain Bar
766 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY

Meat and Bone Theatre Company presents No Poem, No Song, a play told in myth by Youngblood playwright Jesse Cameron Alick.

March 30th, 2009 – Alone at the Top

8 pm at Stain Bar
766 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY

Meat and Bone Theatre Company presents a reading of an original, one-woman musical cabaret by Emma Givens, starring Catherine Herrick as Lady Eve, accompanied by Oliver Devine Edsforth, directed by Rachael Hayes.

“If Elaine Stritch drank herself to death and was reanimated a la the Bride of Frankenstein, you’d only scratch the surface of Lady Eve. Givens gives ’em hell in a tale ripped from Judy Garland’s divorce diaries.”
David Archer, author of Pentimento

Readings are held the last Monday of the month and are free and open to the public. Please stay tuned for announcements about future readings.

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