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Studio X-hibition New Play Development 2013
Theatre Exile Presents three new plays for staged readings this spring.
**Honorary Producers Michael Donohue and Desiree Salera**
Our X-Pass subscribers enjoy free tickets to all readings.
Single tickets are $10.
Buy a Studio X-hibition Pass for $20 to see all three productions.
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by Jeremy Gable
Monday, March 18 @ 7:30pm
A mysterious storyteller barges through the door of a decrepit shack in the wilderness of northern Idaho, warning of a monster outside. His arrival upsets the frail situation of the women residing there, whose secrets reveal a monster already lurking inside the home.
Jeremy Gable’s playwriting credits include Philadelphia Theatre Company's PTC@Play Festival, as a finalist for InterAct's 20/20 Commission and as a playwright-in-residence at Plays & Players.
by Michael Hollinger
Monday, May 6 @ 7pm
Time jumps backward, forward and sideways, secrets get aired and truths revealed, in this comedy that considers what we owe our parents and our children.
Michael Hollinger’s accolades include Steinberg New Play Citation from the American Theatre Critics Association, LA Drama Critics Circle Award, four Barrymore Awards and fellowships from the Independence Foundation and Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
A Thousand Kinds of Silence
by James Ijames
Monday, June 24 @ 7pm
Martha Washington finds herself on spiritual journey through history guided by prominent figures from past and present day revealing the adverse affects of slavery. A powerful and distinctive ensemble surrounds Mrs. Washington, unveiling the barriers that keep freedom from ringing.
James Ijames is a Barrymore Award winning actor, 2011 recipient of the F. Otto Haas Award for Emerging Artists and the playwright of The Thresing Floor, which honors the life and ideas of James Baldwin.