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The 3rd ANNUAL...



directed by dianne k. webb

April 5-7, 2018
All Staged Readings begin at 8p
Performed at the
3400 MAIN STREET, 77002
Comments from the first two Intercultural Play Reading Series: 

Next Iteration's 2nd Annual Intercultural Play Reading Series Shines a Spotlight on Diverse Voices

—Broadway World


“I never thought I would enjoy it as much as I did. Fantastic!" 


“Entertaining, different, thought provoking.”

-Audience Members

April 5, 8p




by Augusto Amador

Thirty years after the dirty war waged by General Pinochet in Chile, two strangers search the Atacama Desert for their buried loved ones and dis-cover more than they bar-gained for under the hard sands of the Atacama. 

Augusto Amador has recently been awarded the Lincoln City Fellowship from Speranza Foundation for playwriting. His play, Atacama placed in 50 Playwright Project’s 2017 list of best unproduced 

Latino plays.

April 6th, 8p




by Aditi Kapil

Exploring the psychological residue of post-colonialism, "Shiv" is a fantastical journey to liberation from one's past, from one's present, and of the destruction that makes rebirth possible.

ADITI BRENNAN KAPIL is a writer, actress, and director, of Bulgarian and Indian descent, who was raised in Sweden. Her work is produced internationally.

April 7th, 8p


In the continuum


by Danai gurira &

Nikkole Salter

Through the lives of two unforgettably courageous women—one in South Central Los Angeles and the other in Harare, Zimbabwe, we experience a kaleidoscope of life changing revelations in this surprisingly comic story of parallel denials and self-discoveries. 

Danai Gurira and Nikkole Salter, together wrote this OBIE award-winning and Pulitzer Prize nominated drama in monologue. Together they put a human face on the devastating impact of AIDS in Africa and America.

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