Thursday, May 14, 2020

The Theater Project Puts Virtue in the Virtual


We're ZOOMING again!

Opening Nights in the Afternoon: Readings of New Plays from our Playwrights Workshop

TWO SHORT PLAYS BY MIKE SOCKOL

WHEN: Saturday, May 16, 2 PM
WHERE:
ZOOM

Register to attend: TheTheaterProject.org

Registration is required for this live event, which will be hosted on the Zoom teleconferencing platform.

Discussion with the author follows the presentation.

The Theater Project is deeply grateful to Friends of the Cranford Library and Director Michael Maziekien for hosting this event.

Hosted by Friends of the Cranford Public Library

TWO SHORT PLAYS BY MIKE SOCKOL:

Bowl of Oranges

A psychiatrist with a fixation for oranges receives an unexpected visit from a sister who seeks an unusual favor to advance her career.

Interns from Outer Space

When two intergalactic interns mess up the time-continuum, a man is forced to make a life or death decision based upon love.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Mike has been a storyteller all his life—as a journalist, speechwriter, community activist, actor, and playwright. He has written over 20 plays, with production credits in nearly a dozen festivals along the east coast. His play, "Pets (and Their Humans)" was named best original production by the New Jersey Association of Community Theaters. A native New Englander, he lives in Holmdel, New Jersey and belongs to the Dramatists Guild. Learn more by visiting www.msockol.com.

Donations to support The Theater Project gratefully accepted on our web site: TheTheaterProject.org

Funding for these programs provided in part by: the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts; a HEART Grant (History-Education-Arts-Reaching-Thousands) from the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders, through a grant administered by the Union County Division of Cultural and Heritage Affairs; and by the generosity of our many donors.