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Community Play Reading Nov

Community Play Reading Nov

  • Mondays, October 2 & November 6 • 5:30-7:30 pm • Curator: Craig Maravich &bull Free!

  • Hoehl Studio Lab, 3rd floor of FlynnSpace Map It

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  • Limit: 30

The Community Play Reading brings participants together to experience a play through an immersive and active reading. In collaboration with musician Randal Pierce, we enter the world of the play through an improvised soundscape. Plays this season intersect with Flynn MainStage and FlynnSpace performances, including Angels in America (October 2) as a compliment to Sean Dorsey Dance’s The Missing Generation and A Machine They're Secretly Building (November 6) which connects to Hinterlands’ The Radicalization Process.

NOVEMBER 6 with Guest Facilitator Katie Gough
A Machine They're Secretly Building
The play (from 2016) is by Andrew Westerside and Proto-type Theatre...it's about surveillance culture. It's been playing around the UK (most recently at the Edinburgh Festival and it's on its way to London). It has been long-listed for the Amnesty International UK #AmnestyAward which celebrates theater with a strong human rights message.

FlynnArts Faculty

CRAIG MARAVICH is thrilled to return to Vermont and teach at the Flynn. Currently, he is an Adjunct Professor of Voice & Speech at UVM. Some of Craig’s teaching credits include work with: Hofstra University, Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf School of English, St. Michael’s College, University of Vermont, Champlain College, The Flynn Center for the Arts, and private audition coaching in New York. He holds his MFA in Classical Acting from The Academy for Classical Acting at The Shakespeare Theatre/GWU. Craig has studied with Michael Kahn, Larry Singer and other master teachers of Shakespeare, voice, text, and movement. Since 2010, Craig has been a member of the Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble – a resident professional theatre company at Middlebury College’s Graduate School of English. At Bread Loaf, Craig collaborates with other actors and leading scholars to teach dramatic and non-dramatic literature through the adaptation and performance of texts. A member of Actor’s Equity for over a decade, some of Craig’s acting credits include work with The Shakespeare Theatre, Ford’s Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Long Wharf, Elm Shakespeare, Arkansas Rep, Vermont Stage, St. Michael’s Playhouse, Middlebury Actors Workshop.

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