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Reading Reading on BCTV

Reading Reading on BCTV

Reading Reading on BCTV, our show where we talk with playwrights and read new plays, airs this week – Tuesday, May 17, 6:30pm on TV or streaming at BCTV.org! This month’s playwright is Bruce Walsh and we are thrilled to introduce you to him. His 

Sponsor the LGBT + PlaywRIGHTing Series

Sponsor the LGBT + PlaywRIGHTing Series

Become a sponsor of the LGBT + PlaywRIGHTing Series; support the partnership between the REading Theater Project, LGBT Center of Reading, and GoggleWorks to being the stories and voices of the LGBTQ+ community on stage! $100 – ACTIVIST – 4 tickets;  your name or business 

Reading Reading on BCTV – March 15

Reading Reading on BCTV – March 15

Don’t miss Reading Reading on BCTV on Tuesday, March 15, 6:30pm. Watch it live on BCTV locally or stream it on BCTV.org (go to that site, then click the “Watch Now” link at the top of the page). Adam Richter hosts playwright Maripat Allen, with 

5-Minute Fringe 2022: wRESTling

5-Minute Fringe 2022: wRESTling

Reading Theater Project’s 7th annual 5-Minute Fringe Festival offers artists a platform to create new work, develop and explore ideas, challenge their own expectations, and collaborate with an artistic community.  The next Fringe Festival will be held in person at the Yocum Institute for Arts 

Adaptations: an online theater experiment

Adaptations: an online theater experiment

Reading Theater Project has announced their first online theater experiment, Adaptations. Short, solo performances will be pre-recorded and shared online for audiences to watch from home beginning Saturday, July 25, at 7pm. This online theater experiment will be free to all, though donations are welcome. Audience 

Playreading: SECOND HOME

Playreading: SECOND HOME

Five Stories of Immigration a new play by Adam Richter “In this era when we make so little effort in understanding one another, it was important to create a piece where the voices of immigrants are front and center,” said playwright Adam Richter, who interviewed 

Our Town Rehearsal Photos

Our Town Rehearsal Photos

Candid rehearsal photos of Reading Theater Project’s production of OUR TOWN.

Our Town

Our Town

Thornton Wilder’s iconic play “Our Town,” which celebrates the universality of the human condition, is set in a New Hampshire village. But the story could take place anywhere, including Reading, Pa. Director George Hatza’s concept is to make that connection, and to assist in that 

Everyone Hates This Place & No Place Like Home

Everyone Hates This Place & No Place Like Home

Reading Theater Project’s next play reading will be at Christ Church United Church of Christ, 4870 Kutztown Road, Temple, Pa., 19560, on May 18, at 8 p.m. Admission is by donation. The yearlong series continues with Adam Richter’s Everyone Hates This Place and Santo D. Marabella’s No Place