2013 Salon: Photos from the Opening Night Kick-Off Party!

Last night was a success!  Thanks to the abundance of Directors Salon supporters past and present who came to drink, party, and network with us!  Check out the photos from last night (thanks to 2012 Salon Playwright Tim J. Lord for playing photographer!) and make sure to come back to the Salon – we have a Directors Q&A Panel tonight, an Artistic Director and Industry Leader Panel tomorrow night, and performances this weekend!  


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We are excited to officially announce the lineup for Sunday, June 23rd:

The Underside of Jackfruit and Papaya

by Keith Josef Adkins, directed by Darya Gerasimenko


by Chad Beckim, directed by Sherri Kronfeld

My Interpretation of the Play

by Halley Feiffer, directed by Shay Roman

Ten Page Manifesto

by Mike Lew, directed by Eugene Ma

The Bullet Test

by Cándido Tirado, directed by Alex Mallory

Walking Out

by Mfoniso Udofia, directed by Emerie Snyder

Donde Esta Juan?

by Aladdin Ullah, directed by Christopher Schilder

Featuring: Jorge Chapa, Annie Henk, Bianca Jones, Mia Katigbak, Kathleen Littlefield, Michael Oberholtzer, Jose Joaquin Perez, Johnny Rivera, Arie Bianca Thompson, and William Oliver Watkins.

The 7 short plays inspired by Wating for Lefty will be performed on Sunday, June 23rd at 7:30pm at the June Havoc Theatre at the Abingdon Theatre Arts Complex (312 W. 36th St., 1st Floor).  Tickets are free with a suggested donation either online or at the door, but reservations are strongly encouraged due to all prior Salon performance nights being sold-out!   Click here to RSVP to the show.

Visit us on Facebook or go to our website for more information and feel free to e-mail wtdirectors@gmail.com with any questions!


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