Tickets are on sale now for the 9th annual 5-Minute Fringe. The theme this year is WONDER.
This month’s Reading Theater Project featured artist is Lancaster playwright David Nice, who has a short play in this year’s 5-Minute Fringe Festival. What is your role with Reading Theater Project? A: I am a playwright and RTP has produced a number of my short …
Reading Theater Project’s 9th annual 5-Minute Fringe Festival offers a platform for performing artists to create new work, develop and explore theatrical ideas, challenge their own expectations, and collaborate with an artistic community. If you are interested in participating, read on about how to submit, the rehearsal process, and performance dates.
Reading Theater Project’s 9th Annual Five-Minute Fringe: Wonder is just around the corner!
If you’re interested in learning more about Fringe, including how to submit your own, original idea or how to get involved, we’ll be hosting an information and brainstorming session on Saturday, December 2nd at 1:00 PM.
At the heart of playwright Lauren Gunderson’s moving “Silent Sky” sits an evolving metaphor. Set at the beginning of the 20th century at a point where science and art connect, the play, produced by Reading Theater Project, is about exploration in general but specifically of outer space and the human soul. (from the article by George Hatza)
Each month, Reading Theater Project trains its spotlight on an artist or volunteer who helps make the work we do possible. This month’s featured artist is music director Chris Heslop, whose works have been featured in recent RTP productions like the Five-Minute Fringe Festival and …