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4 pm, Sunday, February 23 $5 suggested donation ($3 students & starving artists)
Afa Gallery 514 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton
On Sunday, February 23 at 4pm, Artists for Art presents a staged reading of Finding Miss Kubelick, the new play from regional playwright Mark Zdancewicz. Due to adult language and themes, this material may not be suitable for all audiences.
Finding Miss Kubelick is a black comedy that takes a very cynical look at love and the many forms it assumes. Focusing on "Charlie" and "Austin", two friends who have recently lost more than 300 pounds and are only now beginning to date, it poses the question, "Is it possible to love someone without wanting anything in return?"
The reading features the talents of Ron Araya, Rachel Andrelka, Jack Evans, Jane Fagley, Ellen O'Brien, Dan Rossi, Michael Paulukonis, and Alicia Grega-Pikul.
Mark Zdancewicz says "I've acted in some plays around here, directed some plays around here and written some plays. I'm a better director than I am an actor and in my own humble opinion, I think I have the potential to be a good playwright. The end." Billy Wilder's The Apartment, starring Shirley MacLaine as Miss Kubelick, is his favorite movie."Finding Miss Kubelick" is presented as part of Artists for Art's alternative to noise performance series. For further information or to schedule an audition, please call Michael Paulukonis at 570.383.0251 or contact via email.
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