Sunday, October 12, 2003

Playwright to debut a one-woman show

Scene changes

Amy Warner, who made her Cincinnati acting debut at Ensemble Theatre last year in The Guy, makes her Cincinnati writing debut there on Oct. 20.

Warner will read her one-woman show Brenda Euland as part of the Theatre of the Mind play reading series. The previously scheduled Black, White and Gray moves to February.

Euland, like Warner a Minneapolis native, was the author of If You Want to Write: A Book About Art, Independence and Spirit, Strength to Your Sword Arm and the autobiography Me.

"Although she's not a household name," says Warner, "writers and lovers of writing know her."

The reading is at 7 p.m. Tickets $6. For more information call the ETC box office at 421-3555.

New closer in Dayton

More schedule changes: Human Race Theatre Company in Dayton will premiere Getting to Know You, a new play by Thomas Carr instead of announced season closer Black Comedy.

The play has strong ties to musical theater, making it a natural for Human Race, says artistic director Marsha Hanna.

Getting to Know You follows the life of Judith Macmillan, selected by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein to be in the chorus of Oklahoma! She would go on to be in the original cast of every Rodgers and Hammerstein show.

The world premiere is scheduled to play March 25-April 11 in the Loft Theatre in the Metropolitan Arts Center. Call the box office at (937) 228-3630 or toll free at 888-228-3630.


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