Spring and Fall
By Zac Kline
July 17 at 7PM
Robert is leaving his psychology practice to have a TV show. Katherine is quitting her PhD. Ross is a pharmacist selling opioids on the side. Stephen is always in love with the wrong person. Henry has locked himself in his room with an electric guitar. And Smith is just trying to talk to them all while the pizza gets cold. Spring and Fall is a family story in a post-pandemic world, about parents, brothers and sisters, friendship, grief, rock ‘n roll and finding a sense of place in all the noise.
Join us at the BRT Rehearsal Studio, located at 201 Cedar Street, Bristol, PA 19007. The reading starts at 7pm and the discussion immediately follows. Refreshments will be served.
Tickets are free. Limit 4 per order.
America Rising is made possible in part by a grant from the Daniel W. Dietrich II Foundation.
Zac Kline is a Philadelphia and New York based playwright and librettist. His plays have been performed in a 100-year-old squash court, an apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, on Governors Island and in traditional theatrical spaces from Philadelphia to Austin, Texas to London, UK. He was the lead producer and contributing writer to After Orlando: an international theatre action in response to the shooting at Pulse Nightclub, a theatre project which was performed across the United States and in the UK. He wrote the libretto for james (book of ruth) a full-length oratorio with music by Steven Sérpa which was recorded live by Inversion Ensemble. Please visit: www.zackline.net