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Boz and the Bard's "Play With a Play" Returns Nov. 7th
« on: October 31, 2009, 12:42:50 PM »
Boz and the Bard Productions, Inc. (aka B&B) excitedly returns on Saturday, November 7th at 7pm with an intriguing dramatic play by David C. Monti. Come down to participate in the reading of this new play at the Center For Modern Dance Education in Hackensack.

In Monti's play, "Permanent Darkness," estranged brothers Mike and Don are hiking in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado when disaster strikes, leaving them trapped in a cave with daylight quickly fading and the temperature dropping.  As they face the impending darkness, the two are forced to also face each other, and come to terms with the events which pushed them apart so many years ago, and the events which brought them back together on this fateful day.

Boz and the Bard's "Play With a Play" continues to nurture area playwrights by offering a venue to hear their works read, while at the same time  providing a uniquely  exciting way for actors and theater fans to spend a Saturday night. Hess and Avellino, as directors, guide participants through the process. Come take a script in hand and be part of the show, or sit back and watch the story unfold before you. Either way, you'll be playing an integral part in the further development of the play as afterwards you engage in a fascinating conversation with the writer, offering constructive feedback. Our next session is scheduled for December 5th.

Dubbed "Karaoke for Actors" by a New Jersey reporter, "Play With a Play" audiences need only bring their interest in theater in order to participate in an evening of live entertainment.  For less than the price of a movie, the Play with a Play sessions continue monthly at the Center For Modern Dance Education, 84 Euclid Avenue, Hackensack, NJ. All sessions start at 7:00 PM. Admission is still only $10 at the door, $7 for students and seniors. The next session is June 6. Please visit for more information.
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