Join Everyman Rep at the Farnsworth on Saturday, January 12 at 2pm for a series of short dramatic readings by playwright Don Nigro. The plays will include: Picasso, a monologue by Georges Braque about an argument he and Picasso had about finding a squirrel in one of his paintings; Dutch Interiors, a monologue by Vermeer about finding the Girl with a Pearl Earring in a tiny perspective box he has become obsessed with; The Daughters of Edward D. Boit, featuring the four girls in the painting of that name by John Singer Sargent; and Europe after the Rain, a WWII-era interrogation of artist Max Ernst by two FBI agents.
Actors include Dagney Ernest, Eliza Robinson, Eva Hopkins, Andrea Itkin, Robin Jones, Ryan Jackson, Paul Hodgson, David Troup and myself. The production is directed by Jennifer Hodgson and stage managed by Mary Ann Giasson.
Tickets can be purchased by visiting the Farnsworth Museum website or www.everymanrep.org (Snow date: Sunday, January 13, 2pm)