After a year of intense development, the Realm Writing Fellows have got ink - and they're not afraid to use it! Join us for four readings in one week, showcasing our 2012-13 class of Writing Fellows and their hot-off-the-presses plays.
CHAD BECKIM The Arrival
MFONISO UDOFIA Sojourners
Sojourners is currently sold-out. To join our digital waitlist, please RSVP using the form here with the number of tickets you'd like, then show up at 6:30 PM before the reading to claim your tickets!
DON NGUYEN Sound
THERESA GIACOPASI The Monster Play
The Monster Play is currently sold-out. To join our digital waitlist, please RSVP using the form here with the number of tickets you'd like, then show up at 6:30 PM before the reading to claim your tickets!
MONDAY, MAY 13 AT 7PM
CHAD BECKIM’S The Arrival
Directed by Shelley Butler
Buck and Addie are expecting any day now, and their tiny Brooklyn brownstone barely fits the two of them. But when Buck’s father shows up unannounced—with nowhere else to go and a terrible secret in tow—space quickly becomes the least of their worries.
TUESDAY, MAY 14 AT 7PM
MFONISO UDOFIA’s Sojouners
Directed by Victor Maog
Abasiama came to America with high hopes—for her arranged marriage and her future—intent on earning a degree and returning to Nigeria. But when her husband is seduced by America, she must choose between the Nigerian or the American Dream.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 AT 7PM
DON NGUYEN’s Sound
Directed by Ken Rus Schmoll
George, a deaf fisherman, and his ex-wife battle over their daughter’s desire to get the cochlear implant that will make her hearing like her mother. Meanwhile, a hundred and thirty years earlier, Alexander Graham Bell works to find the cure for deafness. An exploration into hearing and deaf cultures, and the ongoing struggle for one’s identity in the space between both worlds.
THURSDAY, MAY 16 AT 7PM
THERESA GIACOPASI’s The Monster Play
Directed by Sarah Cameron Sunde
JoJo is too smart for his classmates, his mother... and his own good. So naturally when Romy—the monster under his bed—attacks, what can he do but follow her? A sweet, sad, and funny play about your darkest fears, closest friendships, and how one often gets in the way of the other.