(the first of Riverwalk Theatre's Michigan Summer Staged Reading Events - featuring NEW, unpublished scripts!)
Thursday, July 22 at 7 pm
Join us for "Ichabod," written by Michigan-based playwright Joseph Zettelmaier (a favorite playwright at Williamston Theatre) and directed by Sue Chmurynsky, on Riverwalk's outdoor stage (in front of our building and Impression 5), as the first event in our series of Michigan Summer Staged Readings! The reading will begin at 7 p.m.
It's a blustery October night in 1810. A tiny roadside tavern just outside of a the quiet village of Sleepy Hollow is visited by a strange man with an even stranger tale. Twenty years earlier, this fellow had a ghostly encounter with the Headless Horseman, and his story has now become legend. But not all tales are told truthfully, and Ichabod Crane has returned to the town that cast him out to finally get his revenge.
Kat Cooper English
-Free admission, donations encouraged and appreciated
-Audience members must bring their own seating (some lawn space is also available on a grassy area for those who do not have their own chairs)
-Chairs will be available to rent for a fee of $5 for those who cannot bring their own
-Audience will sit in socially-distanced six-foot pods with their own group
-Parking opens at 6 p.m.; reading begins at 7 p.m.
-Memberships available at the door (Or become a member online http://riverwalktheatre.com/membership.html)
Future Summer Staged Readings of new scripts include:
VODKA by Doak Bloss August 5
ERNIE’S LIFE by Ayden Soupal September 2