PLAYWRIGHTS ON PARK Reading Series

A reading of a new play by professional actors, a talk back following the reading with the playwright, cast, and director, and an opportunity for audience members to complete a response card for each play/musical.


March 1, 2020

Hitch

by James McLindon

A white man in his 30's picks up a teenage hitchhiker, and quickly discovers that all of his preconceived notions about this bi-racial young woman are wrong ... about as wrong as all of her preconceived notions about him. Together, they each have to discover where the other has been, and decide where they themselves are going. 

 

About the Playwright

JAMES MCLINDON

James McLindon is a member of the Nylon Fusion Theater Co. in New York. His play, Salvation, premiered in New York, Giovanna Sardelli directing, to critical acclaim in the New York Times and elsewhere. Comes a Faery was developed at the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, Sean Daniels directing, was a finalist for the Humana Festival, and premiered at the New Ohio Theatre. Distant Music has been produced eight times across the country. Dead and Buried premiered at the Detroit Repertory Theater, received its second production at the University of Miami, and has been most recently performed by the Apollo Kine Theater in Estonia and Dreamcatcher Rep in New Jersey.

Mr. McLindon’s plays have been developed and/or produced at theaters such as the O’Neill (selection and six-time semifinalist), PlayPenn, Victory Gardens, Lark, Abingdon, hotINK Festival, Irish Repertory, Samuel French Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, New Rep, Lyric Stage, Boston Playwrights, Local Theatre, Telluride Playwrights Festival, Great Plains Theatre Conference, and Seven Devils. His plays have been published by Dramatic Publishing, Smith & Kraus, and Applause Books and produced all over the world including London, Edinburgh, Ireland, Australia, the Philippines, Luxembourg, India, Dubai and Estonia.


 

Season 11 Playwrights On Park Dates

Sundays at 7:00p.m.
General Adm: $10

Coffee and dessert will be served.

Sunday, October 6, 2019
Sunday, January 26, 2020
Sunday, March 1, 2020
Sunday, May 3, 2020
Sunday, July 12, 2020



Prior Plays That Have Been Presented:

This Living Hand by Richard Vetere
Collision by Dustin Sullivan
Kunstler by Jeffrey Sweet
What It Takes by Jack Rushen
Let It Come Down by Eve Lederman
Something Quiet by Gabriel Jason Dean
Super, or, How Clark Graves Learned to Fly
by Gina Femia

Honey LaBrea - The Lonely Thetan
by Jacques Lamarre
Community by Stephen Kaplan

Interested in submitting a play? See our Play Submission page for details.