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Apr. 01 2024

Baltimore Playwrights Festival helps launch BROKEN BY THE BAY

By Gavin Witt | Posted in Interviews, Staff Blogs, WBJC Programs | Comments Off on Baltimore Playwrights Festival helps launch BROKEN BY THE BAY

After several years of writing, rewriting, and rewriting the rewriting, a new play by Baltimore playwright Kevin Kostic will have a free public reading through the Baltimore Playwrights Festival. You can hear the cast of local actors bring this original story to life–and play your own crucial role in the life of a new play’s development–at 1pm on Saturday, April 13th, at the Eubie Blake National Jazz and Cultural Center.
Broken by the Bay
By Kevin Kostic
A woman’s dream of a restful vacation evaporates as the needs of her multi-generational family demand all she can give. Stretched to the breaking point, she finally discovers what she values and cares for most.
Hear Kevin discuss the play and the process here:
Saturday, April 13, 2024
1 p.m.
Eubie Blake National Jazz and Cultural Center
847 North Howard Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
Free to the public. No tickets or reservations required
Find the complete schedule of readings:
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WBJC listeners and Baltimore audiences may know Gavin from his nearly 20 years as dramaturg and associate artistic director at Baltimore Center Stage (in which capacity he was a frequent guest on WBJC to talk about programs and events), or from regular appearances alongside Jonathan Palevsky at the Charles Theater for Cinema Sundays discussions. A director, dramaturg, producer, translator, and adaptor who also teaches on the theater faculty at Towson University, Gavin is a recent addition to the WBJC team and delighted to play this new role.

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