2 Women of Manhattan- All About Eve & Machinal * Apollinaire at Home

Apollinaire Theatre invites you to
Apollinaire at Home
a free online play & film script
reading gathering
(by video meeting)
(no need for stage fright, it’s not a performance!-
we’re gathering together to read for fun!)

This week’s schedule:

Thursday April 16, 7:30 (gather 7:00-7:30)
by Sophie Treadwell
•Hosted by Andrea Lyman

Friday April 17, 7:30 (gather 7:00-7:30)
All About Eve
by Joseph L. Mankiewicz
•Hosted by Danielle Fauteux Jacques

Saturday April 18, 7:30 (gather 7:00-7:30)
I Call My Brothers
by Jonas Hassen Khemiri
•Hosted by David Reiffel

Sunday April 19, 3:00 (gather 2:30-3:00)
The Princess Bride
By William Goldman from his Novel
•Hosted by Brooks Reeves

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during this precarious time,

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Apollinaire at Home.

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First up on Thursday

& Friday join us for
All About Eve

Here’s how it works:
Readings will be Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings at 7:30, and Sunday “matinee” at 3:00.

Getting Ready:
• Click the name of the Play/Movie on our homepage to get a link to the script. (or above)
To read the script you can
– download and print it, or
– read it on a separate phone/ipad/computer, or
– if your screen permits, you can be in the video conference and read it on the same screen.

The Event Begins:

• Log-in to the meeting, by clicking the date of the reading on our homepage. (or above)

• We will start to gather online in the video meeting room at 7:00pm. (2:30 Sunday)

— We would normally provide refreshments, but since Zoom doesn’t give us the option to hand you a glass of wine, we suggest having your own snacks and drinks at the ready.

• When you join, let us know if you are interested in reading a role or being part of the audience.

• At 7:30 (3:00 Sunday) sharp we’ll draw names, you’ll pick your role, and we’ll read!

• Following the reading, we’ll stay on line for a half hour for folks who’d like to discuss the play/film.

Looking forward to reading with you!!