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17 Mar 2011

The Reading

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We’re excited to announce The Reading, a staged screenplay presentation of a winning script from the prestigious 2010 Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting. The chosen script, The Jumper of Maine, was written by Austin-based screenwriter Andrew Lanham, and revolves around a paramedic with Tourette’s Syndrome forced to come to terms with his life and condition when he falls in love.

The script will be performed at 3 pm and 8 pm on 26 March 2011, featuring both Marfa and Dallas talent (including Angie Bolling, who appeared in Friday Night Lights, Walker Texas Ranger, RoboCop 3, Dallas, and A Woman of Independent Means, as well as Drew Wall, who received the Outstanding Performance as an Actor Award by the DFW Critics Forum in 2009 and won the Best Male Supporting Performance from D Magazine/Best in Theater in 2010). The performance is directed by the Dallas-based actor and director John S. Davies, who has acted in more than 60 professional theater productions, as well as directed recent productions such as Richard III for Shakespeare Dallas and T Bone N Weasel for Circle Theatre in Fort Worth. Each performance will be followed by a panel discussion with Lahham and Davies, moderated by producer and entertainment executive Robert Shapiro.

Shows are free, but as seating is limited, reservations are strongly advised. To make a reservation, call Ballroom at 432-729-3600, or reserve online.

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