September 28th, 2016

by Daisy Foote                                                                                                                           directed by Michael Wilson


What happens when a precocious thirteen year old Jane Austen obsessed girl and her father, a wealthy former hedge fund manager, fall head over heels for the eccentric, beautiful sculptress Glenn Binne, their new neighbor in the country? PEARL is a play about second chances, reinvention, love and childhood terror, set in the country with dogs and dead coyotes and flying animals.

Monday, October 3rd, 2016
7:00 PM
The Glicker-Milstein Blackbox Theater at Barnard College
Diana Center, Lower Level 2
3009 Broadway (at 117th Street)

There will be an informal reception immediately following the reading.

Please RSVP to
Seating is limited.
All reservations must be confirmed via email.



Indian Joe 

Monday, November 14th @ 7pm

A new musical created and conceived by Elizabeth A. Davis
Directed by Don Scardino 

New York Stage and Film is delighted to partner with Barnard to present this reading series of new plays in development. The series is intended to give the emerging and established playwrights selected by NYSAF an opportunity to hear their work aloud, with the participation of professional actors and directors.




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