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CATF-sponsored discussions slated during festival

By Staff | Jul 8, 2011

Guiesseppe Jones as “Henry” in David Mamet's show “Race.” The play, which has been produced on Broadway, will open its CATF production today, July 8. (Photo by Ron Blunt)

Besides the five original American plays that will be on rotating repertoire throughout the Contemporary American Theater Festival’s 21st season, Ed Herendeen said there will also be opportunities for discussion – some created for the attendees while others happen more organically on the streets, in the restaurants and in the bars in Shepherdstown.

Next week’s post-show discussions, in which theatergoers have the opportunity to discuss issues that arise during the show following the performance include:

“From Prague” at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 13

“Ages of the Moon” at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 13

“The Insurgents” at 8 p.m. on Thursday, July 14.

Other opportunities to discuss with the Season 21 company include ticketed events like Breakfast with Ed and the Lunch & Art series as well as lectures and readings, which are presented free of charge by the West Virginia Humanities Council.

For more information on these events, visit catf.org/index.php/schedule.