Recent and Upcoming Readings, Productions, & Workshops, etc.
WHAT: Rosary's'play, Mariln/God (a comedy published by Samuel French) has been chosen to be produced at the Roxy Theatre in Tennessee
WHERE: Roxy Regional Theatre, 100 Franklin St., Clarksville, TN
DATE: April 30, May 1, 7, 8 2018
TIME: 7:00 PM
ABOUT:The year is 1962. Marilyn Monroe has just died and must audition for heaven. But her judges are her thirteen aborted babies. Will she get into heaven? Capturing the effervescent humor of Marilyn confused and intrigued by the signs she must follow to climb her way into heaven, this comedy explores the multi-levels of complexity of the cult goddess and how Americans' worship of beauty and fame fueled her rise to stardom.
CONTACT: web: roxyregionaltheatre.org;email: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: 931-645-7699; tickets: $15.00
WHAT: World premiere production of The Soniat House, winner in the New Plays Festival, Spectral Sisters Productions
WHERE: the Hearn Stage of the Kress Building, 1090 3rd St., Alexandria, LA.
DATES: January 25-28, 2018
TIMES: 7:30 PM on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and 2:30 PM on Sunday
TICKETS: Call Ticket Central at 318-484-4474. Price is only $12.00
ABOUT: Rosary O'Neill's play, The Soniat House was one of four plays selected for production in the 2017 Spectral Sisters One-Act Play Festival.
WHAT: An invitation to Screenwriting Television Workshop with David Black
WHERE: Kirkland House, Harvard University
DATE: October 31 to November 3
WHAT: Rosary's Hurricane play, Wishing Aces (a comedy published by Samuel French) has been chosen to be staged in a workshop reading
WHERE: The Gallery Players, 199 14th Street, Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York Benno Haenel, artistic director of Prism Theatre Company directs with a cast of shining New York actors.
DATE: October 9
ABOUT: In spite of a warning, Kitten, a runaway housewife, joins her Tulane professor, Beau, on a train trip through the Louisana swamp. They manage successfully until her son, Bunky, in an effort to punish her, shows up a stowaway on the train. As Kitten and Beau struggle though the tensions, a hurricane rages and their relationships explode.
May 26-28, 2017
WHERE: Theater for the New City,
DESCRIPTION: A staged reading of John Singer Sargent and Madame X by Rosary O'Neill Directed by Benno Haenel. Selected to be shown in the 20th Annual Lower East Side Festival of the Arts, whose purpose is to discover new writing.
May 22, 2017
WHERE: The Gallery Players, 199 14th Street, Park Slope, Brooklyn
DESCRIPTION: A staged reading of John Singer Sargent and Madame X Directed by Benno Haenel.
Invited into Actor Director's Workshop of the Actors Studio to develop her play "Monty, Marilyn, Liz". Directed by Benno Haedel and starring Mallory Danahau, Michelle Best and others.
April 2017 in Paris
On April 4 and 6 two readings took place of Rosary's play Degas in New Orleans
On April 4, before the reading
WHERE: At Columbia University, Reid Hall Global Center, Paris DESCRIPTION: Mary Anderson, Carole diTosti, and Brunhilde Biebuyck Administrative Director Columbia's University's Reid Hall Global Center, Paris before the reading of Degas in New Orleans. FAR RIGHT: Director Joseph Danan in centre and actors from Degas in New Orleans at the Sorbonne
Spring 2018 in Paris