Events

Recent and Upcoming Readings, Productions, & Workshops, etc.

FALL, SPRING 2016-2017

Admitted into Playwrights Directors Workshop of the Actors Studio to develop her play "MONTY CLIFT AND THE ALL-GIRL FAN CLUB". Directed by Benno Haedel and starring Mallory Danahau, Michelle Best and others.

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May 14

WHAT: A Workshop: Scripting Your Soul's Purpose. How to Capture Your Life Story in Narrative

WHERE: Omega Institute, 150 Lake Drive Rhinebeck, NY Call 800-944-1001 for further information.

DESCRIPTION: In this writing workshop, acclaimed playwright Rosary O’Neill shares the storytelling fundamentals you need to transform the memoir of your life into actable and compelling scenes, no matter what genre you work in.

April 2017 in Paris

WHERE:Theatre de la Tempete, Cartoucherie

DESCRIPTION: Rosary has an invitation from Philippe Adrien at the Theatre de la Tempete, Cartoucherie for residency in the month of April to study his technique and research her play Beckett at Greystones Bay.

April 4 and 6, 2017 in Paris

On April 4:

WHERE:  Grande Salle, Columbia University, Reid Hall Global Center,Paris

DESCRIPTION: A staged reading of O'Neill’s Degas in New Orleans by Philippe Miglioli in French at 6:30 PM with graduate students of the Sorbonne, Professor Joseph Danan, director

On April 6:

WHERE:  Amphi Turgot, Sorbonne University, Paris (sponsored by l'université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)

DESCRIPTION: A staged reading of O'Neill’s Degas in New Orleans by Philippe Miglioli in French at 6:30 PM with graduate students of the Sorbonne, Professor Joseph Danan, director


February 13, 2017

WHERE: The salon of Stephanie and Ghordie Thompson, 420 12th Street, Ring 1026, Park Slope, New York

TIME: 7:00-900 PM (Performance commences properly at 8:00 PM)

DESCRIPTION: A staged reading of The Awakening of Kate Chopin staring Michelle Best and Chris Stack. Directed by Keith Bulla

Spring 2018 in Paris

WHERE: Irish Cultural Center (in the Latin Quarter)

DESCRIPTION:Residency for a month to develop her play Degas in New Orleans for the 2017 Centennial of Degas' death, and to develop her rock musical Marie Laveau and the Vampire for production in New Orleans and Paris in 1918.