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Play Reading: "Sex in Mommyville"
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)
New York, NY
Are you a young mother starved for physical affection who enjoys theater and is maybe interested in becoming a producer? Well, if you are ANY of these things, you will have a great night out attending a reading of 85 Broads member Anna Fishbeyn’s play Sex in Mommyville.
Sex in Mommyville is a feminist comedy about a neurotic, guilt-ridden, career-longing, sex-starved Manhattan mom trying to please her high-maintenance children, her lawyer-husband Zeus, and her Russian parents who live upstairs. Against the backdrop of quarrelsome Muses, failed sex attempts, encounters with moms baring their lives on talk shows and a flock of MILFs, Sex in Mommyville is a fearless portrayal of modern motherhood and devastating commentary on the state of feminism today.
Come have a great time and support a fellow member of 85 Broads! Featuring: Martin Rayner (Freud's Last Session), Gordana Rashovich (Mad Men), Marnie Schulenburg (As the World Turns), Peter Bradbury (Boardwalk Empire), and Anna Fishbeyn! Meet the actors after the show! There will be drinks and something to nibble on, and there will be time to catch up with your friends in 85 Broads before and after the reading (the reading begins promptly at 7pm.) We are almost sold out! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat.
Directed by TEA ALAGIĆ Recent work includes: A Light Design by Brandon Jacobs- Jenkins (Baryshnikov Art Center), Petty Harbour by Martyna Majok (Carlotta Festival Yale) Man Of La Mancha a book by Dale Wasserman, lyrics by Joe Darion, music by Mitch Leigh (Burning Coal Theatre Company, Page 73,NYC), Waking Up by Cori Thomas (EST, NYC); Anonymous by Naomi Iizuka (Hispanic Cultural Center, Albuquerque); The Marriage Of Maria Braun by Rainer Werner Fassbinder (ZKM, Croatia); Binibon by Jack Womack and Elliot Sharp (The Kitchen, NYC); Events with Life’s Leftovers by Alberto Villarreal Diaz (Dramafest, Mexico City); and Aliens With Extraordinary Skills by Saviana Stanescu (Women’s Project, NYC). She directed the world premiere of The Brothers Size by Tarell McCraney at The Public Theater, NYC, and later productions at The Studio Theatre in Washington, DC, and The Abbey Theatre in Dublin. Her original devised work includes The Filament Cycle, which performed at La Mama ETC, NYC, the 4+4 Festival in Prague, BAC London, Philadelphia, Colorado, Denver, and Potsdam; and Zero Hour, about the Balkan War. Other directing work from this period includes Man Have Called Me Mad, One Day in Moscow, Cerebral Events and Sam Perspective. She was Associate Artistic Director of the Ensemble Company for the Performing Arts in New Haven, where she directed Woyzek by George Buchner, Self–Accusation by Peter Handke, Preparadise Sorry Now by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Baal by Berthold Brecht and Zero Hour. Alagic holds a BFA in acting from The Charles University in Prague and an MFA in directing from Yale School of Drama.