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Palladium Players: The Importance of Being Earnest

The Studio Theater // Monday, Sep 14, 7pm

Palladium Players: The Importance of Being Earnest

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Join us for a free casual reading and discussion of the themes in Act III of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest. For our reading, we are looking for "actors" (amateurs welcome!) to read one of eight characters.

 

When: Monday, September 14, at 7 p.m.

Where: In person at the Studio Theater with physical-distancing measures in place and/or via Zoom online video conference.

How: Upon registration, you will receive a character assignment, the script and instructions to join the Palladium Players, either in person or in the Zoom room.

Note: All patrons participating in person will be required to wear a mask until seated for the event.

 

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 Oscar Wilde's wonderful language. Plays are written to be performed aloud and heard, not just read silently. 

 

Learn more and register here!

 


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