Events

Recent and Upcoming Readings, Productions, & Workshops, etc.

May 26-28, 2017

WHERE: Theater for the New City,
Executive Artistic Director Crystal Field,
155 First Avenue (between 9th and 10th Streets)
New York, NY 10003
For more info: (212)254-1109

TIME: TBA

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.

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May 22, 2017

WHERE: The Gallery Players, 199 14th Street, Park Slope, Brooklyn

TIME: 7:00PM

DESCRIPTION: A staged reading of John Singer Sargent and Madame X Directed by Benno Haenel.

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FALL, SPRING 2016-2017

Admitted into Playwrights Directors Workshop of the Actors Studio to develop her play "MONTY CLIFT AND THE ALL-GIRL FAN CLUB". Directed by Benno Haedel and starring Mallory Danahau, Michelle Best and others.

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April 2017 in Paris

WHERE:Theatre de la Tempete, Cartoucherie

DESCRIPTION: Rosary has an invitation from Philippe Adrien at the Theatre de la Tempete, Cartoucherie for residency in the month of April to study his technique and research her play Beckett at Greystones Bay.

On April 4 and 6 two readings took place of Rosary's play Degas in New Orleans
One was at Grande Salle, Columbia University, Reid Hall Global Center, Paris, the other at Amphi Turgot, Sorbonne University, Paris. Both were well received. Below are some photos taken at these events (Photos by Carole diTosti):


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

WHERE: Irish Cultural Center (in the Latin Quarter)

DESCRIPTION:Residency for a month to develop her play Degas in New Orleans for the 2017 Centennial of Degas' death, and to develop her rock musical Marie Laveau and the Vampire for production in New Orleans and Paris in 1918.