Summer Playwrights Festival Taps New Works and Hollywood Talent

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Summer Playwrights Festival Taps New Works and Hollywood Talent


Barrera, Sandra, Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)


Michael Dempsey, Elizabeth Sampson and Butch Klein in Wendy MacLeod's play, "Slow Food," previously at the Summer Playwrights Festival. Photo credit: John Lorenz

Summer Playwrights Festival

When: Tonight through Aug. 7, with most readings at 8 p.m.

Where: The Road on Lankershim, 5108 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood and The Road on Magnolia, 10747 Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood.

Tickets: $15, suggested donation.

Information: 818-761-8838 or www.roadtheatre.org.

In the play "Think of Me," an old ballplayer gets an unexpected visit from his former teammate.

The men aren't on the best of terms.

"But that's as much as I should say about the play," says Michael O'Neill, who takes the lead in Vince Melocchi's short, one-act play at The Road on Lankershim in the historic Lankershim Arts Center on Aug. 7.

"Think of Me" is one of 38 new works under the umbrella of the Summer Playwrights Festival that opens to the public tonight at the Lankershim Arts Center, with additional performances at the Road on Magnolia in the NoHo Senior Arts Colony through Aug. 7.

"My favorite part of the whole festival is hearing the audience respond to the actors and playwrights," says Scott Alan Smith, festival director. …

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