Plays are written to be performed aloud and heard, not just read silently. Join us for a casual discussion and reading of a select scene from Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward. For our reading, we are looking for “actors” (amateurs welcome!) to read one of seven characters. Depending on who registers, we may need to read gender-blind.) Plan for the readings and discussion to last about 60 minutes.
When: Monday, January 11, at 7 p.m.
Where: via Zoom online video conference
How: Upon registration, you will receive a character assignment, the script and instructions on how to join the Palladium Players Zoom room.
What is a table reading? A table reading is an organized reading of a script in which the speaking parts, stage directions and scene headings are read out loud. In this case, participants can enjoy a sense of community while engaging with the various zany characters in the play.
Find play summary and character descriptions here!