6 @ 7, MTC's reading series at New York City Center Stage II

Manhattan Theatre Club announce the 2006 lineup for the 6 @ 7 reading series. 6 @ 7 presents six new works in development from the 10 Apr - 22 May. Each reading begins at 7pm at New York City Center Stage II.

Previous plays that have been developed in the 6 @ 7 series and then produced on MTC�s stages include the Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Proof' by David Auburn, 'Fuddy Meers' by David Lindsay-Abaire, 'Between Us' by Joe Hortua and Based on a Totally True Story by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa; which is currently playing at New York City Center Stage II.

The 6 @ 7 readins are of:

  • Fallout
    Playwrite: Shelagh Stephenson
    Director: Lou Jacob
    Synopsis: In the 1950�s, a blacklisted screenwriter confronts scientist Robert Oppenheimer, with whom she has a shared past. A noirish tale of Hollywood, espionage, and the Manhattan Project.

  • The Girl In The Frame
    Book, music & Kyrics: Jeremy Desmon
    Director: Jeremy Dobrish
    Synopsis: A tiny New York apartment gets even smaller as a young couple's wildest fantasies burst to life. A hunky fireman, a tuxedo-clad super-spy and the seductive 'girl next door' turn one couple's cold feet into a fun and sexy parable of modern love.

  • Good Boys And True
    Playwrite: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
    Director: Michael Bush
    Synopsis: Brandon Hardy is the kind of young man that makes St. Joe�s Preparatory School proud. But when he�s implicated in a scandal that threatens to destroy his future, his mother must sort fact from fiction and try to pick up the pieces.

  • Strike-Slip
    Playwrite: Naomi Iizuka
    Director: Daniel Aukin
    Synopsis: In modern-day Los Angeles, life is one big eruption waiting to happen. People collide and tensions explode in this bracing look at multi-cultural L.A.

  • Men Of Tortuga
    Playwrite: Jason Wells
    Director: Lynne Meadow
    Synopsis: Negotiation, conspiracy, and assassination: four power-brokers will stop at nothing to wreck a historic meeting. But when one of them takes a young idealist under his wing, his long-dormant conscience begins to reawaken.

  • The Little Flower Of East Orange
    Playwrite: Stephen Adly Guirgis
    Director: Philip Seymour Hoffman
    Synopsis: In a Manhattan charity hospital, an unidentified woman floats in and out of consciousness. In prison, her son tries to figure out how she got there.

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