NYC Playwright Stuart Warmflash to workshop one-act play March 29th
Stuart Warmflash will present a reading and discussion of his one-act play "Tyler's Theory of Love" (as yet to be cast) at our salon on March 29th at 7:00 p.m. Please note that this is a Thursday evening.
A native New Yorker, Stuart has been involved in the theatre for over thirty-five years. After graduating N.Y.U. he attended the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London. He then enjoyed a successful acting career appearing on Broadway and off-Broadway, as well as in film and television, and then began writing and directing. Almost two dozen of his plays have been performed at some level all over the United States and Europe.
In 1994 he founded the Playwrights Harbor to provide a supportive, self-directed, cooperative workshop for writers, with a supporting company of actors and directors. Later, fortified by artistic growth and enthusiastic public response, he launched the not-for-profit Harbor Theatre, which ultimately contributed to the development of over 50 new works, including public presentations and full productions.
He has also written for television and scripted the theatrically-released, award-winning, full length documentary, Unforgotten: 25 Years After Willowbrook.
In his “spare” time, Stuart earned a Masters in Special Education, and now, with the Harbor on hiatus, he devotes several hours a day to assisting students with learning disabilities.
This will be a wine and cheese event at the Microscopic Theater. As always, I'd appreciate an email or phone call (828) 251-0733, to let me know you're coming.
I'm looking for three actors, (two male, one female) all playing characters in their twenties, for casting this reading. Please let me know if you, or someone you know, might be interested in this opportunity. We'll ask the cast to show up at six o'clock instead of seven to discuss the reading with the playwright.