Ohio Playwrights Circle

New Play Reading: The Day after Epiphany

In Readings Info on June 5, 2017 at 10:54 pm

Playwright Karen Righter

On June 12th at 7:00pm, Ohio Playwrights Circle, in association with The Human Race Theatre Company, will present a new script reading of The Day after Epiphany by Dayton playwright Karen Righter. The play takes place on January 6, 754 AD, as Pope Stephen II crosses the Alps to convince King Pepin to take up arms to save Rome. Unbeknownst to Pope Stephen, Pepin has his own problems with a marriage on the rocks and a rebellious daughter in this fictional telling of an actual historic encounter.

The Human Race Theatre highlights its commitment to the development of new theatre with new play readings. This free reading will take place at The Loft Theatre located at 126 N. Main Street in downtown Dayton. The reading is open to the public and audiences are invited to stay afterward for a post-performance discussion with the playwright.

The Ohio Playwrights Circle (OPC) exists to bring opportunities and education to Ohio playwrights. OPC is a project of the American Artworks Foundation.


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