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Confess and Conspire

New Stages

This Monday at Aux Dog Theatre in Nob Hill, the community is invited to join in a celebration of local playwrights and their work during First Stage Scripts, a free monthly reading series that rolls around every third Monday of the month, always at 7pm. This particular Monday, Feb. 19, is a reading of Andy Mayo’s Confess and Conspire, is brought to life by a cast of five. Mayo’s piece promises to captivate—there’s kidnapping, religion, identity crises and even murder. Pop over to Aux Dog for this totally free night of theatrical storytelling.

Monday Feb 19, 2018

Aux Dog Theatre
3011 Monte Vista Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
US

Phone: 254-7716
Website: Click to Visit

Count Harry Kessler and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer are kidnapped by two sisters who, rather than uncovering a plot to kill Hitler, provoke confessions of sexual identity, desire and murder.

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Playwrights and solo performance artists looking to develop new material now have a resource in Albuquerque - First Stage Scripts, new writing for the stage eXplored.

First Stage Scripts is a free monthly reading series meeting at Aux Dog's X-Space on the 3rd Monday of every month at 7 p.m.

Join us Monday, February 19 for a reading of Confess and Conspire, by Andy Mayo

Cast: Peter Kierst, Alicia Maldonado, Michael Weppler, Michelle Otero; narrator - Shelley Drake.

Count Harry Kessler, a most secular bon vivant and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer are kidnapped by two sisters who, rather than uncovering a plot to kill Hitler, provoke confessions of sexual identity, desire, and murder.      

First Stage Scripts is FREE for playwrights and audience.

 

    Contact:

    Aux Dog Theatre Nob Hill

    Phone: 505-596-0607
    Website: Click to Visit

    Cost:

    Free

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