Readers Theater

Tuesday, November 6, 2018 at 7 p.m.
Readers Theater will be reading Spider’s Web by Agatha Christie, a parody of the detective thriller with tension and laughter in equal parts in an intricate plot of murder, police, drug addicts, invisible ink, hidden doorways and secret drawers.
For info contact: Jan and Dennis Carter, (707) 785-1966

Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 7 p.m.
Readers Theater will have its annual potluck and open reading. Members are asked to bring food to share, their own dishes, and something no longer than 10 minutes to read.
For info contact: Mary Sue Ittner, (707) 884-4824

New members and listeners are welcome to attend Readers Theater meetings.
Location: Conference Room, Gualala Arts

 

Readers Theater

The Readers Theater group was started in the early 1990s for the simple purpose of providing its members the enjoyment of reading a play together.

In readers theater there are no rehearsals, no costumes or stage movements, just the power of the play’s lines, and the voices and faces of the members seated around the table.

The group reads everything from classic tragedies or comedies to more recently written plays / radio plays by a great variety of playwrights. Occasionally prose and poetry are chosen as well. Participating in Readers Theater is a great alternate way to taste the world of acting.

The group’s membership numbers between 15 and 20.

One of the members serves as the year’s coordinator and takes care of scheduling and publicity. All members take turns as director of the monthly meetings. The director chooses the play to be read, assigns parts to those who have signed up to read and provides copies of the script for practice well in time before the meeting.

Readers Theater meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the conference room at Gualala Arts Center. The title of the play and the name of the director are published each month on this page, in Sketches, and in the Independent Coast Observer.

Contact Mary Sue Ittner (707) 884-4824 for more information.

Readers Theater