Friday, March 13, 2009

Upcoming: Reading of Homegrown Tomatoes by Micah McCoy, State Theatre, March 29

From the website:

an unrehearsed reading of

Homegrown Tomatoes by Micah McCoy

Sunday, March 29, 2009 @ 6:30 PM
State Theatre, 719 Congress Ave.

Fundamentalist seminary student Evan Beech can find no other shelter in all of Austin, TX but a shared living cooperative run by a “nest of backyard-pooping hippies.” When Evan’s famous televangelist father is caught up in a sex scandal, Evan and his new roommates are forced to face head-on the complexities and absurdities at both extremes of America’s ‘culture war.’

Micah McCoy is an Austin based freelance writer, playwright, and activist, recently returned from a year in Nairobi, Kenya where he worked as the communications officer for a non-profit relief and development organization. This is Micah’s first play.

About The Salon
The backbone of Austin Script Works, the Salon provides a place for playwrights to hear their work in an informal setting. Monthly salons feature unrehearsed readings of finished plays or fragments from plays-in-progress by members and are followed by writer-driven discussions with ASW members. Salons usually occur on the last Sunday of the month at 6:30 PM. Members must have attended two salons before they can have their own work on the schedule. Prospective members are welcome to attend a Salon before joining.

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