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  • Scripts on Tap
  • Monday, Nov. 18 at 7:00pm, Monday, Jan. 27 at 7:00pm,
  • Monday, March 23 at 7:00pm & Monday, May 18th at 7:00pm
  • Scripts on Tap is a reading of new works
  • in development for both theatre and screen. 
  • In Partnership with Half Full Brewery 
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Scripts on Tap
With Director & Producer Lynne Colatrella 

Scripts on Tap is a reading of new works in development for both theatre and screen. Read by professional actors, these readings are the next step prior to mounting a full production of the work. Audience feedback becomes very important in the process.

November 18th "Art of Happiness" a screenplay written by Laurie A. Guzda with George Strakosch
Arthur Face, former pop idol, has lived a charmed existence for his entire life in Los Angeles. But after being scammed out of his money, all he has left is a small boarding house in the Pocono Mountains, in the quaint town of Happiness, PA. He and his three best friends of nearly 50 years decide rather than live alone; they will open an Inn together and enjoy the benefits of communal living. Art of Happiness is about friendship, farming and life outside of LA.

Laurie A. Guzda is a Storytelling Artist through: writing, performance, photography, art, and interactive experience. She is the Creative Director for LAGuzda Creative Arts & Services specializing in branding and PR. 

January 27th "Taming the Lion" a play written by Jack Rushen
Taming the Lion is the true story of the contentious relationship between movie mogul Louis B. Mayer, and William Haines, the first openly gay actor in the studio system in 1930

Jack is a two-time winner of the Julie Harris Playwriting award for his plays IMAGE and TAMING THE LION. Recently, his short play, TESTIMONIAL won first place in the "Standing ovation awards" and was soon published by Smith & Kraus in "The Best Short Plays of 2019." 

March 23rd "Five Days Four Nights" a play written by Fran Dorf
Two marriages in crisis. Two vulnerable people. One potentially life changing love affair. A brutally honest, emotionally charged drama about love, loss, and longing.  

Fran Dorf’s work has been called “fascinating,” “poignant,” and “fiercely compelling.” She is author of three internationally-published novels, essays, screenplays and prizewinning plays.    

May 18th, "F Theory" a play written by Meg Loughran and Alexandra Trow
Two best girlfriends move to New York and order lots of takeout. One falls in love. One gets her PhD. One writes a book. Those were all the same one. The other is so great though! Just give her time. Plenty of time. A little more time?

Marianne’s PhD research on the science behind friendship-bonds illuminates for both her and Ellie that “friend love” is no less complicated than “love love.” But only one of them wonders if “friend love” even exists.

Megan Loughran is an actor, singer, and writer based in New York City. As a performer, she recently toured with the Lincoln Center Broadway production of Falsettos. Graduate of Yale University.

Alex Trow is a New York-based actor, writer, and director. Her play Flamingo was the winner of Sanguine Theater Co.'s Project Playwright, and she is a co-founder of Little Crush Films, which produced her first short film, Bless This Mess. Alex is from Colorado, and went to Yale for her BA and MFA

Scripts on Tap is in partnership with Half Full Brewery

The Palace Theatre
61 Atlantic St
Stamford, CT 06901

"Art of Happiness" Monday, Nov. 18 at 7:00pm 
"Taming the Lion" Monday, Jan. 27 at 7:00pm
"Five Days, Four Nights" Monday, March 23 at 7:00pm
"F Theory" Monday, May 18th at 7:00pm

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AGE RESTRICTIONS: Unless listed as a Family or Children’s event, most performances are intended for teens & adults. Some events are not appropriate for children under 18. We welcome children under the age of 3 or 4 years old for family entertainment, but we do not recommend they attend more mature offerings.

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