Green Man play reading at Ars Nova Theater
Ars Nova Theater present Green Man, by Jim Knable, as part of their 'Out Loud series.' Green Man: A painter, an architect and a stone sculptor are all haunted by a mysterious Green Man who fills an incredible void in each of their lives.
Green Man: A famous writer obsessed with reputation fakes his death in order to read his own obituaries. His shrink knows what's going on, but can't tell anyone, not even the writer's wife. But she's soon on his trail, as his 'death' ignites a chain of outrageous events.
Directed by Evan Cabnet, Green Man will be read by Susan Pourfar, Jennifer Mudge and Garreth Saxe.
OUT LOUD is Ars Novaï¿½s FREE play-reading series dedicated to developing new work by emerging playwrights.
Many OUT LOUD plays have gone on to receive full New York productions including: Adam Bockï¿½s 'Swimming In The Shallows,' Rinne Groffï¿½s 'The Ruby Sunrise,' Daniel Goldfarbï¿½s 'Modern Orthodox,' Elizabeth Meriwetherï¿½s 'The Mistakes Madeline Made' and Beau Willimonï¿½s 'Lower Ninth.' Two Out Loud plays have been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize: Rolin Jonesï¿½ 'The Intelligent Design Of Jenny Chow' and Sarah Ruhlï¿½s 'The Clean House.'
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