BRÜKA THEATRE 26TH SEASON-"A CLASSIC REVOLUTION"
THE BIGGEST little NEW WORKS FESTIVAL
A Week of Locally Sourced New Theatricals and Writings for the Stage
Performances Dates: November 8 - 11, 2018
The seventh annual BIGGEST little New Works Festival at Brüka Theatre is a showcase for original works featuring traditional and nontraditional pieces created by local and regional artists. Some of these writings have gone on to perform in National Fringe Festivals. This small festival features 10 staged readings with workshops and more over 4 days in our downtown Sub-Brüka space. Readings range from monologues to full-length productions. Groups receive a portion of the ticket sales.
A Staged Reading
Written & Directed by Stacey Spain
November 11 @ 12 NOON
Killarney Sabbatical is the funny and heart-rending story of Charlie Byrne. She has returned to Killarney, Ireland to face her daughter, Maggie - who she left behind as an infant, and to write a book as she has just earned tenure at a Catholic University in the U.S. She attempts to rekindle a relationship with her daughter's father, Irish poet, and storyteller - Jamie Moran, who alternately provides gentle humor, romance and anguish for both as their romance collides with her rigidly quiet, scholarly life. She is researching the young who perished in Killarney during the great famine and finally confronts her greatest, personal loss.
Brüka Theatre (View)
99 N. Virginia Street
Reno, NV 89501
|Minimum Age: 14|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|