Get going with Rubin’s SHAKESPEARE’S START

The Theatre Department at the College of Charleston is presenting a free Zoom reading of Rich Rubin’s SHAKESPEARE’S START (OR WHERE THERE’S A WILL, THERE’S A WAY). This two-act comedy set in the late 1580s was a finalist for the 2020 Todd McNerney Playwriting Award.

Wednesday April 21 @ 4:00 pm PT.

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Rubin and Next Stage reach a GRAND JUNCTION

Next Stage Press published Rich Rubin’s GRAND JUNCTION.

The play received its initial public reading as part of Portland’s Fertile Ground Festival at Artists Repertory Theatre in January 2018, directed by Pat Moran. It had a second public reading by the Portland Civic Theatre Guild at the Sanctuary Theatre in November 2018, directed by Micki Selvitella.

FEZZIWIG gets star treatment in Fertile Ground review

Read more about FEZZIWIG’S FORTUNE by Josie Seid and Sara Jean Accuardi in a delightful piece by Oregon ArtsWatch.

“Fezziwig tells his daughter, “To me, you were the brightest of lights.” Even on a screen, Fezziwig’s Fortune is a light unto itself. Just think how brightly it will shine when it makes it to the stage.”

Ready for some fresh Fertile Ground?

LineStorm has three delicious lunchtime offerings this year.

by Matthew Miller

Thursday, January 28 @ NOON

Sara Jean Accuardi, Audrey Block, Susan Faust,
Dan Kitrosser, E. M. Lewis, Matt Pavik, Josie Seid, and Lolly Ward

Thursday, February 4 @ NOON

by Sara Jean Accuardi & Josie Seid

Saturday, February 6 @ NOON

McNerney award revs up for SHAKESPEARE’S START

Congrats! Rich Rubin’s play, SHAKESPEARE’S START (Or, Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way), is a finalist for the Todd McNerney Playwriting Contest.

The play will receive a free public virtual reading this spring, produced by the Department of Theatre and Dance at the College of Charleston.