Step 2 – 1st Mondays

FREE – MONTHLY

What: A free monthly reading series for new full-length work

 

When: The first Monday of every month at 2:00 pm

 

Where: Either:
  • The New School for Drama (151 Bank St)
  • Theatre 80 (80 St. Mark’s Place)
  • ART/NY (520 8th Ave)
  • Check the schedule on this page, our homepage, or social media for each reading’s location details. Directions available here.

 

Who: Half of the works in 1st Mondays are sourced directly from Tuesdays@9. The other half are curated by our Artistic Director. Each reading is supported by a professional cast and director.
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2014-2015 Season 1st Mondays Schedule

October 6 – DEL VALLE* by Ned Van Zandt

directed by Joe Danisi

featuring Ned Van Zandt

William M. Hoffman – Dramaturg

*Developed within Tuesdays@9

2:00 pm

Theater 80, 80 St. Mark’s Place

DELL VALLE is my story: an account of the time I spent in a Texas state prison on a drug charge in 2006, when I met myself for the first time. 13 character. 1 man.

November 3 – BEDLAM by Zayd Dohrn

directed by Kip Fagan

featuring Will Brill, Sasha Diamond, William Jackson Harper, Jessica Hecht, Sarah Sakolovic, Elvy Yost

When Sam witnesses an act of senseless violence on the New York subway, he invites the victim, Kevin, back to his apartment to rest and recuperate. But as the two young men develop an unexpected friendship, Sam’s friends and family start to worry that Kevin could be dangerous – or worse, that Sam’s attachment could be a symptom of a sickness he’s struggled with his entire life. Bedlam is a look at the prejudices that divide us, and the craziness of trying to make connections in spite of our differences.

2:00 pm

The New School for Drama, 151 Bank St, Room 207

December 1 – OBSCURA by Jennifer Barclay

directed by Brian MacDevitt (Founding Company Member)

featuring Shelly Antony, Michael Crane, Gibson Frazier, Megan Mors Jans, Lola Pashalinski, Taylor Shurte, Maduka Steady, Simon Winheld

In an apartment building feverish with yearning, neighbors eavesdrop on neighbors, the government sends menacing letters and the past won’t stop knocking.  And through all the noise, Ned weaves a love story for his upstairs neighbor Salvia, luring her off to a land far far away.

2:00 pm

The New School for Drama, 151 Bank St, Room 207

January 12 – GIGANTIC F***ING WORMS by Ryan King

directed by Oliver Butler

Featuring: Hannah Cabel, Richard Gallagher, Zabryna Guevara, William Jackson Harper, Kellie Overbey, James Yaegashi

2:00 pm

The New School for Drama, 151 Bank St

 

February 2 – TBA Tuesdays@9 Script

March 2 – TBA

April 6 – TBA Tuesdays@9 Script

May 4 – TBA Tuesdays@9 Script

June 1 – TBA

The 3-Step Formula is supported in part by public funds from 

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It is also made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and 

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