Talkback at Jupiter Hall: Two readings, one playwright Jan. 25

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• Friday, January 25

• $10

• Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

• 7-10 p.m.

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• Tickets Also Available at Door


MANCHESTER, NH — Come see two staged readings of new works by playwright Marjorie Boyer, Cue Zero Theatre Company resident Artist – followed by an artist talkback! Light refreshments will be available.

“Promises” – When down on his luck Jerry hires a prostitute for an evening of company, hilarity ensues as Andi, the one that got away, turns up unannounced on his doorstep.
“The End of the World” – A “War of the Worlds”-style tale of four young adults vacationing in a remote cabin when they hear that the world has ended. Join us to find out how they cope with the apocalypse!

ABOUT CUE ZERO

Cue Zero Theatre Company, founded by Dan Pelletier, is dedicated to cultivating and showcasing new works, young directors/designers, and rising actors. Every Cue Zero show will have some element of “new” or “first time” to it, whether it’s an original script, a rookie director, a different lighting technique/style than we’ve done before, or just something as simple as an actor in a lead role for the first time.

Cue Zero Theatre Company’s mission is to support young talented artists on a professional level that need a venue to showcase their work. Cue Zero is founded on the belief that all young, aspiring directors, designers, playwrights, and actors need support to achieve their professional goals through.
Cue Zero sets high standards for all projects and we treat every member of our team with the respect and courtesy due any working professional. Every member of a Cue Zero production will be asked to go above and beyond the normal call of duty to ensure productions are top notch.

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