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Outreach Schedule


Sarasota Area Playwrights Society Outreach Program

Kobernick House Play Reading schedule for 2013 / 2014.  The readings are scheduled for the third Tuesday of each month at 1951 N. Honore Avenue, Sarasota, FL 34235.  Four original short plays, written by members of the Sarasota Area Playwrights Society, are read at each scheduled event.  Typically, the playwrights and the readers arrive at 6:00 p.m. for final rehearsals prior to the start of the program.

December 17, 2013

I’ll Be Home for Christmas — written by Dale Moore

Melliss Kenworthy as Millicent

Margo Drewis as Mother

Steve Horowitz, narrator

Trudy Miller is a Star — written by Ron Pantello

Dick Pell as Tom

Alice Cotman as Peggy

Margo Drewis as Trudy

Penelope Swan as Sandy

Steve Horowitz, narrator

Friday the Thirteenth — written by Marv Albert

Margo Drewis as Zelda

Dick Pell as Steve

Alice Cotman as Jennifer

Dale Moore as Commentator

Steve Horowitz as Eric

Roz Cramer, narrator

Starting Over — written by Arthur Keyser

Alice Cotman as Cynthia

Dick Pell as Solly

Roz Cramer as May

Steve Horowitz, narrator

February 18, 2014

Leaving Nic — written by Connie Schindewolf

Margo Drewis as Sue

Ron Pantello as Nic

Roz Cramer, narrator

Serendipity — written by Roz Cramer

Alice Cotman as Mae

Dick Pell as Mike

Steve Horowitz, narrator

A Little Help — written by Bernie Yanelli

Jenny Aldrich as Mimi

Don Walker as George

Margo Drewis as Donna

Steve Horowitz, narrator

The Wisdom of the Ganesha — written by Arthur Keyser

Dick Pell as Sadhu Maharishi

Helen Pell as Sarah Greenglass

Don Walker as Mahesh Yogi

Jenny Aldrich, narrator

April 1, 2014

Cutting the Cord — written by Arthur Keyser

Roz Cramer as Mother

Monia Joblin as Melanie

Dick Pell, narrator

Oh Brother — written by George Loukides

Dick Pell as Sean

Helen Pell as Cleo

George Loukides, narrator

Checking Out — written by Roz Cramer

Jenny Aldrich as Molly

Melliss Kenworthy as Dolly

Bart Machaj, narrator

The Many Faces of Love — written by Arthur Keyser

Melliss Kenworthy as Eleanor

Keith Whelan as David

Alice Cotman as Jane

Roz Cramer, narrator

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