GLENDALE – The Armenian Dramatic Arts Alliance (ADAA) has announced two nights of events to be produced in conjunction with Antaeus Theater Company at their new location, The Kiki and David Gindler Performing Arts Center in Glendale.
The first night of readings will be at 7:00 pm, Sunday April 23rd and will consist of three 20-minute excerpts from the finalist plays of The Karen Kondazian Award for Armenian Stories, followed by the announcement of the contest winner with a panel discussion and a reception afterwards. The finalists are:
-Ermeni by Eric Sirakian
-Forgotten Bread by Sevan Kaloustian Greene
-Wishing and Flesh by Susan Kelejian
The second event at 8:00 pm, Monday, April 24th will consist of three 20-minute excerpts from the finalist plays of The Saroyan/Paul Human Rights Playwriting Prize. This will be followed by the announcement of the contest winner and a reception. The finalists are:
-The Good Minister from Harare by June Carryl
-Runaway Home by Jeremy J. Kamps
-The Madres by Stephanie Alison Walker
Both readings will be produced by Antaeus Theatre Company and The Armenian Dramatic Arts Alliance.
The Saroyan/Paul Human Rights Playwriting Prize is sponsored by the William Saroyan Foundation and the Lillian and Varnum Paul Fund at the Western Diocese of the Armenian Church of North America and administered by The Armenian Dramatic Arts Alliance.
The Karen Kondazian Award for Armenian Stories is sponsored by Karen Kondazian and administered by The Armenian Dramatic Arts Alliance.
Reservations for the readings are extremely limited and are on a first-come basis. For information, please email ADAA at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.armeniandrama.org.