Southern Rep Presents 6X6: NEW PLAY SLAM April 24, 2013 at Mid-City Theatre
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PRODUCING ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Southern Rep Theatre's 6x: New Play Slam at Mid-City Theatre
New Orleans--Southern Rep continues its "New Plays New Orleans" mission with 6X6: NEW PLAY SLAM. This month's theme is "Babies." The 6X6 Play Slam is a group of local playwrights who write 10-minute plays with a new theme every month, which are presented six times a year by Southern Rep Theatre. 6X6: NEW PLAY SLAM will take place Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 7:30pm, at Mid-City Theatre, 3540 Toulouse Street, New Orleans, LA. Tickets are just $10 at the door.
The 6X6 Play Slam, now in its third year, has featured more than 25 playwrights, 50 directors and 100s of actors. Check www.southernrep.com for the monthly schedule.
INTERVIEWS: For photo requests or interviews with playwrights, directors or Producing Artistic Director, Aimée Hayes, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
LISTING INFORMATION: Southern Rep Theatre presents 6X6: NEW PLAY SLAM.
BOOKING TICKETS, DATES & PERFORMANCE TIMES:
Run: April 24, 2013
Tickets: At the Door at Mid-City Theatre. All tickets are $10.
For More Information: www.southernrep.com
Performance Times: Wednesday, 7:30pm
TICKET PRICES: $10 at the door
Southern Rep Theatre enters its 26th season as the region's premiere professional theatre, producing bold world and regional premieres under the leadership of Producing Artistic Director, Aimée Hayes. In addition to Southern Rep's ongoing commitment to new play development with exciting programs like the 6X6 Play Slam and its PlayLab, DEBAUCHERY, and The Ruby Prize, the company's Mainstage work includes the best of Broadway, off-Broadway and classic plays. Southern Rep offers educational programs such as YO NOLA, free student matinees, $10 student rush tickets and AcademySRT; as well as providing an artistic home to new works in development in the annual New Play Bacchanal.
Southern Rep continues to show that it is staging the most important, challenging, and downright mesmerizing pieces of theater New Orleans audiences are graced to experience.
-Theodore P. Mahne, The Times-Picayune Lagniappe