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Our Town

Our Town

Thornton Wilder’s iconic play “Our Town,” which celebrates the universality of the human condition, is set in a New Hampshire village. But the story could take place anywhere, including Reading, Pa. Director George Hatza’s concept is to make that connection, and to assist in that 

Everyone Hates This Place & No Place Like Home

Everyone Hates This Place & No Place Like Home

Reading Theater Project’s next play reading will be at Christ Church United Church of Christ, 4870 Kutztown Road, Temple, Pa., 19560, on May 18, at 8 p.m. Admission is by donation. The yearlong series continues with Adam Richter’s Everyone Hates This Place and Santo D. Marabella’s No Place 

5-Minute Fringe: Finding Home

5-Minute Fringe: Finding Home

Don’t miss twelve new works by local playwrights and performing artists – the 5-Minute Fringe:  Friday, February 22 at 8pm; Saturday, February 23 at 8pm; Sunday, February 24 at 2pm at the Yocum Institute for the Arts, 3000 Penn Avenue, West Lawn, PA.  Tickets $15. 

RTP Play Reading Series: Ucello

RTP Play Reading Series: Ucello

Join Reading Theater Project in their play reading series Do you love Othello? Do you love nuclear power plants? Do you love the 80s? June 9th’s reading includes Sue Lange’s new play, Ucello! Cast: Michael Johnson: Ucello Emily Hannon: Inquisitor Andrew Pochan: Casper Vicki Haller 

RTP’s 5-minute Fringe | Fairy Tales: Fact or Fiction?

RTP’s 5-minute Fringe | Fairy Tales: Fact or Fiction?

Witness the birth of new theatre.  Students and professionals from across the region will perform their new work, everything from music to movement, from monologues to short plays, all inspired by Fairy Tales and the idea of “Once Upon A Time…” February 16th & 17th, 2018 

Fight or Flight

Fight or Flight

If you missed Fight or Flight, you can visit our gallery by photographer Fadi Acra.  

Fight OR Flight

Fight OR Flight

Original short plays by Charlie Adams, Elizabeth Clark, Matt Fotis, George Hatza, Joel Richard Gori, Sue Lange, Santo Marabella, and David Nice. Directed by Vicki Haller Graff & George Hatza, Music composed by Chris Heslop Live music performed by Cindy Miller-Aungst: flute, alto flute, bass