Bay Village Theater Presents Staged Readings
Under the title "All the World's A Stage[d] Reading" the Bay Village Community Theater is performing staged readings at Mojo's Coffee & More on the second Sunday of each month, June through December.
Just you, the actors and the author's words in a cozy coffee shop. The free performances will take place at Mojo's, located at 600 Dover Center Road in Bay Village. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., giving patrons an opportunity to purchase coffee or other tasty treat before the performance at 6 p.m.
George Bernard Shaw's one-act play, "Overruled", will be performed on June 12. A comedy about marriage, fidelity, and...infidelity! Written in 1912, the play revolves around two couples and their conflicting ideals on honor and desire. The play is directed by John Hnat and features Huntington Playhouse alumni.
Auditions for "Trifles", the second installment of the series, will be held on June 13, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Bay Village Public Library. The play is a suspenseful mystery that pits two farm women against the male sheriff and prosecutor as they all investigate a murder scene. Roles are available for two women and four men, ages 25 and older.
For more information, contact John Hnat at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-408-9130.
Patrick M Meehan
Patrick Meehan is Vice President of Education for the newly formed Citizens for Bay Village Community Theater.