Some of the folks who brought you last year’s memorable Saints Tour
, in Braddock, have assembled local talent for two free staged readings of Don’t Stop: A Play (with dance breaks)
“Welcome to the world of hurt and heaven that is human adolescence,” goes the tagline.
Its creators call it “a dance-driven, sharp-edged play about how we go slamming around changing each other, with or without permission.”
The play is by Molly Rice, who also wrote the immersive Saints Tour
, staged by Bricolage Productions and Rice and Rusty Thelin's Real/Time Interventions last summer on the streets of Braddock.
The show is directed by Thelin, with a cast including Julianne Avolio, Don DiGiulio, Tressa Glover and Sean Sears. Anthony Alterio choreographs dancers Mary Houle, Megan Forster and Lawrence Karl. It’s produced by Real/Time Interventions
The play includes sex, violence and strong language, so it’s adults-only.
The readings are at 8 p.m. tomorrow and at 7 p.m. Sunday.
Millennium Dance Complex
is located at 2504 E. Carson St., on the South Side. The reading is upstairs, in Studio C.
To attend, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.