Reading of ALLIGATOR ROAD at Mad Horse Theatre

Playwright Brent Askari is curating a new reading series in Portland, Maine at Mad Horse Theatre. It's called "By Local" and I'm proud to have my new play ALLIGATOR ROAD be a part of it.

Thursday and Saturday, 12/12 and 12/14, at 7:30pm, pay-what-you-can (suggested donation $10).

The readings hit the calendar listings in all the local papers up in Portland, so hopefully we'll have a good crowd. Should be a fun event--I'll be at both readings and there will be a talkback each night.

Here's a blurb for the play:

ALLIGATOR ROAD
Kathy has yarn-bombed knit cozies over all the hammers, saws, and paint cans at Alligator Road Hardware in central Florida. It's her whimsical farewell to the store she's always hated before she hands the keys over to Chantay, a complete stranger. But Kathy's daughter has other ideas. A play that unravels ideas about entitlement, reparations, and family responsibility.

The play is about 65 minutes.