Two Plays, One Day

Artists at Play announces a day of two play readings
Alice Tuan’s Iggy Woo
and
Peter J. Kuo’s Three Steps Back

As part of our mission to present stories of underrepresented communities, Artists at Play is developing and showcasing two new works by Los Angeles-based writers.

When Artists at Play first came together, we knew we wanted to develop writers whose works we believe have great potential. This reading series serves as an opportunity to showcase these plays to the Los Angeles community. As a local theatre collective, we believe L.A. audiences deserve L.A. writers, and L.A. writers deserve an L.A. audience.

Artists from Los Angeles have unique voices that celebrate all the complexities that our city and its people have to offer. This is why we find these plays so dynamic, and we will feature work that intrigues and excites us.

The readings will be presented on Sunday, March 24th, at the Women’s Club of South Pasadena. Iggy Woo will be presented at 3:30 p.m., and Three Steps Back at 6:30 p.m.

Each reading will be followed by a talkback, and a dinner reception with hosted bar will be served between the two readings.

Iggy Woo by Alice Tuan
Kiki loves Iggy. Iggy loves Julie the Cookie Girl. A play about unrequited love, quitting smoking and creating amidst consumption.

Three Steps Back by Peter J. Kuo
Richard attempts to leave his crazed wife with his lover and hyper-diabetic daughter, but fate has other plans. A three-part dark comedy from different perspectives.

An All-Day Pass for $18 includes access to pre-show snacks, dinner and hosted bar. A $13 Dinner Pass includes access to dinner and hosted bar. All readings are complimentary. (At the door prices will go up $5.)

Get your discounted tickets now!

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