Edmonton Script Salon: A Monthly Play Reading Series By Members of the Playwrights Guild of Canada

SCRIPT SALON showcases some of the most talented theatre writers in the region with new plays ripe for production read by professional actors in the elegant setting of Holy Trinity Anglican Church. Presented the first Sunday of every month with a different play by a different playwright featured every time, SCRIPT SALON is a bounteous buffet of sizzling comedy, drama, romance and adventure forged by the power of imagination.

WHEN:  The First Sunday of Every Month at 7:30PM

WHERE:  Holy Trinity Anglican Church 10037 84 Avenue, Edmonton

Free Admission (Donations Accepted) – Refreshments – Playwright Talk Back - Parking is free

fter the reading the audience is encouraged to ask questions and provide commentary directly to the playwright.


February 7: THE BLOGFATHER

Written by Ken Cameron 

Winner of the 2015 Alberta Playwriting Competition

The true story of the lone blogger who shook the nation of Iran. 


March 6: THE MOMMY MONOLOGUES

Written by Beth Graham, Andrea House, Katherine Koller, Annette Loiselle, Conni Massing, Nicole Moeller, Meiko Ouchi, Dana Rayment, Glenda Sterling, Michele Vance Hehlr, Cat Walsh 

 

11 women playwrights bring their own unique views of the world’s oldest vocation.


April 3: ALL THE LITTLE ANIMALS I HAVE EATEN

Written by Karen Hines 

(part of the Equity in Theatre reading series)

Scenes for women inspired by cults of art, personality, real estate and small vertebrates. 


May 1: ORAL FIXATIONS

Written by Blaine Newton and Leslie Greenwood 

A vivid exploration of people’s capacity to express their feelings through food. 


 

 

…And many more in the months to come! 

Sponsored and Supported by The Playwrights Guild of CanadaThe Alberta Playwrights Network, and Holy Trinity Anglican Church.

 

Script Salon is a member driven initiative by Edmonton area members of the Playwrights Guild of Canada and Alberta Playwrights' Network.  The first Sunday of every month features a public reading of a script by an Alberta playwright. APN and PGC are pleased to provide some support to this script development project.