Play Reads continue in St. Clair and Port Huron

Our Winter play reading get-togethers continue in March. These are informal reads of several plays we’re considering for possible production with The Borderline Theatre Group or the St. Clair Theatre Guild (or both!) in 2019-20.

Any interested actor or theatre artist is welcome to come hang out with us and read a scene or two or the whole play, or just listen and give us your thoughts.

Starting time is 6:30 p.m. The Borderline is hosting on alternate weeks in Port Huron at The Brass Rail, 410 Huron Ave. Buy your own beverages, sit back and have some fun! The Guild hosts the readings on the other weeks at our building, located in Klecha Little League Park at Goffe and Palmer Streets in the south end of St. Clair.

Hope to see you there. Here’s the schedule of upcoming dates and plays to be read:

Wednesday, March 6: “Venus In Fur” by David Ives (The Brass Rail in Port Huron)

Wednesday, March 13: NO READ THIS WEEK! “Putnam County” has been rescheduled to April 24.

Wednesday, March 20: “Fool For Love” by Sam Shepard (The Brass Rail in Port Huron)

Wednesday, March 27: “Cobb” by Lee Blessing (SCTG Building in St. Clair)

Wednesday, April 3: “Detroit” by Lisa D’Amour (The Brass Rail in Port Huron)

Wednesday, April 10: “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” by Alan Ball (SCTG Building in St. Clair) [rescheduled from January 30]

Wednesday, April 17: TO BE ANNOUNCED (The Brass Rail in Port Huron)

Wednesday, April 24: “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” by Finn/Sheinkin/Feldman/Reiss [musical] (SCTG Building in St. Clair) [rescheduled from March 13]