Red Earth Theatre provides a stage to inspire and nurture many voices through live performance, and encourages dialogue exploring the human condition in our diverse communities. Based in Northern Arizona, Verde Valley-Cottonwood-Sedona region
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A once a month play reading series - utilizing the power of great theatre to open dialogue about how we live today.
THIS MONTH: Little Black Dress Ink . new 10 minute plays by female playwrights
There are so many great plays out there - classics, the avant garde, translations. We can’t produce them all and some perhaps wouldn’t withstand a full production. However we believe that many provide just the artistic platform by which we can explore our common humanity when presented in a simple reader’s theatre format.
Red Earth Theatre and Sedona Arts Center are hosting a series of reader’s theatre plays that explore social issues. The first 4 will be held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month in 2017,
beginning Jan 24, Feb 21, March 21 and April 18 and May 23
at 7pm at the Sedona Hub.
Each reading will be followed by a facilitated informal discussion of the play. We want your help, input, creative direction, and participation.
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Find out what plays we are reading through our newsletter or by checking this website.