TICKET RESERVATION FORM: Mystery Lit First Stab Festival (July 22-23, 2017)
Join us for free script-in-hand staged readings of new plays adapted from classic mystery literature! Performances are held at Donald R. Wright Auditorium inside the Pasadena Central Library: 285 E Walnut St, Pasadena, CA 91101. Ample free parking on site, please read all posted signs.

Saturday, July 22 at 3:00pm:

The Bell
adapted from "A Thumbprint and What Became of It" by Mark Twain
adapted by Angie Hobin, directed by Paul Millet

Ambrose Bierce's My Favorite Murder
adapted by Jeff Folschinsky, directed by Darin Anthony

Louisa May Alcott's A Double Tragedy: An Actor's Story
adapted by Jonathan Josephson, directed by Diana Wyenn

Sunday, July 23 at 3:00pm:

Thomas Baily Aldrich's The Danseuse
adapted by Susannah Myrvold, directed by Richard Large

William Leggett's The Rifle
adapted by Diana Woody, directed by Lora Ivanova

Anna Katherine Green's The Doctor, His Wife and the Clock
adapted by Melanie MacQueen, directed by Brian David Pope

All six plays were initially commissioned by Unbound Productions from playwrights we greatly admire. We also have six directors working on these plays who represent the best of what LA theatre has to offer!

Each afternoon of readings will run roughly 1 hour and 45 minutes.

NOTE: plays contain adult content. Email jonathan@wickedlit.org for details.

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