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Developmental Reading of Andrew Kramer's new play Crying for Lions at Panglossian Productions in Williamsburg, Virginia—Sunday 7 July 2013

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Panglossian Productions in Williamsburg, Virginia presented their next Plays in Progress program with an in-person and online developmental reading of Andrew Kramer‘s new play Crying for Lions, hosted by The New Town Art Gallery livestreamed on the global, commons-based peer-produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Sunday 7 July 2013 at 10 a.m. CDT / 11 a.m. EDT / 15:00 GMT.

Directed by Ed Whitacre
Featuring Richard Schumann, Tori Keenan-Zelt, and Steven Koernig

 

 


Following the reading, the playwright, director and cast engaged the audience in a feedback discussion, with the goal of learning more about the play and moving it closer to production readiness. Tweet @panglossianprod and use hashtag #howlround.

 

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