The Classically Forgotten Collaborative Reading Series

02/16/12 | 2

Shetler Studios

244 W. 54th Street, #12 Map



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The Bent Quill Players cordially invite you to the inaugural meeting of the Classically Forgotten Collaborative Reading Series In honor of any wandering hearts this Valentine’s we will be reading... The Rover by Aphra Behn In the throes of Carnival masks and mistaken identities rule. Helena, on leave from the convent where she was raised, is determined to have a last hurrah. Florinda is trying her best to escape marriage to Don Antonio via the arms of her lover, Belville. Angellica Bianca’s services are up for sale, and the bidding war is on. And Blunt...Blunt’s just looking for love in all the wrong places. When the Rover blows into town broken hearts and mayhem are sure to follow. First performed in 1677 The Rover is one of the better known works of Aphra Behn, generally regarded as the first woman to earn her living by writing plays. February 16 Shetler Studios Penthouse 2 7:30pm, Free Admission Light refreshments will be served If you would like to read a part (no preparation is necessary) please arrive at 6:30 and see any of the Bent Quill company members. No RSVP necessary, just show up.

At The Classically Forgotten Collaborative Reading Series, The Bent Quill Players stage extemporaneous readings of little performed plays from the classic period. Those who want to can show up early on the day and claim a part to perform during the reading. We’ll be foot loose and rehearsal free for this six reading series. Join us to meet new friends, mingle, and nibble on refreshments while enjoying some impromptu live theater.

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