Another batch of aspiring playwrights have made it through Sudbury Theatre Centre's Playwrights' Junction.
On Feb. 25, writers will be sharing excerpts and short pieces from their works in progress during Terminus. The stories explore all sorts of theatrical wonder, including Martians landing in a Cold War-era Sudbury, a mysterious visitor in a dress store, bricklayers in a psychedelic dream, a group of bumbling bureaucrats toppled by a modern-day hero and mischievous fairy tale creatures in Bell Park.
The readings, featuring local writers William Andrews, Lisa Coleman-Brown, Vicki Gilhula, Jenny Hazelton, Mike Stinson, Karen Thistle and Louise Visneskie, will be hosted by Matthew Heiti, STC's playwright-in-residence and Junction co-ordinator.
“The evening caps off a tremendously successful season for our playwrights group,” he said. “The work of these playwrights is proof that something special is happening in this city.”
To see what they've been up to, stop by STC at 7 p.m. Admission is by donation.
For more information about the Playwright's Junction, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 705-674-8381 ext. 21.