Levels of Living 12/6/06
by Nancy Gall-Clayton
Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2006
38. N. State Street
Louisville playwright Nancy Gall-Clayton explores what happens when identity theft interferes with a woman's assignment for eternity--and the relative merits of spending eternity in Heaven, singing praises all the time, or having some peace and quiet in a cozy room (with a convenient hot spot) on the top level of The Other Place. Columbus performers Bev Brewton, Sarah Worthington, and Ira Simons will read Nancy's short play, a runner-up in the 2005 Eileen Heckart Drama for Seniors competition.
There's a short piece about the new series at Gallery 202 that our reading will help kick off--see
Nancy Gall-Clayton at work during the 2005 International Center for Women Playwrights Retreat at Ohio State.
As always, call the Lawrence and Lee Theatre Research Institute at 614/292-6614 for additional information.
And much more about Nancy and her work at http://www.nancygallclayton.net/
The evening will also include a reading of Alan Woods's new short play, Who's Herbert?, first performed at the Senior Theatre League of America conference in St. Louis in October. Reading will be Sarah Worthington, Tatyana Yassenov, and Ira Simons.