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|Staged Readings: About & History|
Staged Readings are different from regular plays or musicals in that actors and actresses perform with scripts in hand, with minimal set, props and blocking.
The Reader's Theatre Series is the brainchild of Ann Holt, who wrote and applied for a grant for the series in 2009. The purpose of the Reader's Theatre Series was to...
The Reader's Theatre Series began in October 2009 at the Bon Ton Room on Wildwood Avenue with the reading of Mauritius.
All Center Stage Jackson Staged Readings are currently FREE to the public and located at several locations in the Jackson community, including Jackson School of the Arts' Ensemble Theatre, The Jackson Symphony Orchestra's Weatherwax Hall, Jackson's First Presbyterian Church, The Sandhill Crane Vineyards, and more.
Center Stage Jackson would like to thank Ann Holt for conceiving and securing the grant for the Series, as well as guiding it to success in it's first years.
In the Next Room/The Vibrator Play (May 10, 2014)
Art (June 7, 2014)
2012 – 2013
2011 – 2012
Lettice and Loveage
A Song for Coretta
Secrets of a Soccer Mom
The Late Christopher Bean
2010 – 2011
Reasons to be Pretty
At Home at the Zoo
Dead Man’s Cell Phone