Exiled with Exile
While we may not be able to bring everyone together in person, we are thrilled to present a variety of virtual experiences to bring the Theatre Exile mission and passion for community to you at a safe distance! Read on for our full list of programming and information to register for each event. We hope you can join us, in Exile!
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Here is how you can enjoy “Conversations in Exile”:
- To participate, simply click on the event link above to register any time before the event starts.
- After you register, you will receive an email with the event link.
- On the day of the event, click on that event link. It’s that simple.
- You DO NOT need to download any software, or subscribe to any service to participate in these Zoom events. You do not need to create a Zoom account. There is no cost to participate.
We’re creating a new “book club” for script reading and discussions and we’d love you to join us!
E-mail us to sign up and we will follow up with details soon!
June: Discussions on Wednesday, June 17th & Thursday, June 18th
North of the Boulevard by Bruce Graham from our 2013-2014 season. This world premiere was directed by Matt Pfeiffer and featured Scott Greer, Lindsay Smiling, Bill Rahill, and Brian McCann was set in an auto garage. A blue collar comedy about a decaying garage in a declining neighborhood. A few days before Christmas, three childhood friends and a cantankerous old man struggle to make sense of their dead-end lives. They live on pipe dreams – if they could only move across the boulevard, everything would be all right. Who’s gonna cash in and who’s gonna be faced with a moral dilemma?
July: Discussions on Wednesday, July 1st & Thursday, July 2nd
Gruesome Playground Injuries by Rajiv Joseph from our 2011-2012 season. This production was directed by Deborah Block and featured Charlotte Ford and Keith Conallen. Over the course of 30 years, the lives of Kayleen and Doug intersect at the most bizarre intervals, leading the two childhood friends to compare scars and the physical calamities that keep drawing them together.
August: Discussions on Wednesday, August 5th & Thursday, August 6th
Buzzer by Tracey Scott Wilson from our 2016-2017 season. This production was directed by Matt Pfeiffer and featured Akeem Davis, Alex Keiper, and Matteo Scammell. Jackson, an upwardly-mobile black attorney, has just bought an apartment in a transitioning neighborhood in Brooklyn. He sees the potential of his old neighborhood, as does his white girlfriend Suzy… at first. When Jackson’s childhood friend Don leaves rehab to crash with them, the trio quickly becomes trapped between the tensions inside their own home and the dangers that may lurk outside.