Monthly Play Readings - 7pm the 3rd Tuesday of each month
As we launch into 2017 with all the international/national challenges and worries surrounding us, many of us have been asking what is the role of the arts in our society? So Kate Hawkes and Eric Holowacz have put their heads (and artistic hearts) together to address that in a proactive manner.

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 at 7pm at the Sedona Hub.

Continuing with:
May 23 - Little Black Dress Ink - new 10-minute plays by female playwright’s festival to Sedona for the fourth year

This year the theme is ‘Hot Mess’ and the 7 plays to be read in Sedona are by Kay Phillips, Paige Zubel, Miranda Ray, Suzanne Bailie, Marguerite Louise, Philana Omorotionmwan and Kate Hawkes, with directors Dev Ross, Shondra Jepperson, Dylan Marshal, Cathy Ransom and Kate Hawkes.

Actors include Ashlee Threlkeld, Kevin MacDormatt. Dev Ross, Shondra Jepperson, Lisa Glinsky, Michelle Sugarman, Shaunn Cochran, Dylan Marshall,D eb Williams and, making their Red Earth Theatre stage debuts, Sammy Davis. and Melina Doran.

This reading is also #5 in the Reflections Through Theatre series where Red Earth brings to the community plays that inspire thought and dialogue. Witty and thought-provoking, these plays explore topics as diverse as homelessness, running a marathon, two sisters doing a tough job, a parable about hope featuring pebbles and butterflies, and the real story of Pandora.

Held at the Sedona Hub.
Suggested donation $5
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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