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At Breadcrumbs, we find that the more we connect, the more we grow. We are always looking for opportunities to get together, share our artistic experience with each other, and connect with more artists in our community. 

meetups

DEVISING

WORKSHOP

We get together & create together, and are so excited to continue learning from each other and doing these various theatre exercises from different schools and traditions, or just trying some funky new ideas.

 

Our next devising sessions at Wunderbar will be: 

November 12th 5-7pm.

November 24th 10am-12pm.

December 10th 5-7pm.

December 14th 11-1pm.

Anyone is welcome to come and share some things of from their own experience as well as participate in various devising exercises, as we learn to become comfortable with creating together.

Email Isaac Betters at isaac.betters@gmail.com if you'd like to join!

 

Breadcrumbs Productions in association with Wunderbar presents

the ARTIST SOCIAL:

The next Artist Social at Wunderbar is coming soon!

 

ALL YOU BEAUTIFUL ARTISTS (YES YOU)!


Come get to know each other! Connect with people who can be your friends or collaborators (or not) or just connect with people who feel as passionately about engaging with the world creatively as you do! For an evening put those projects aside, pencils down, instruments away, brushes washed, lights turned down, and find yourself in the company of artists you already know and friends you have yet to meet!

DRINK SPECIALS!

This is a monthly group and the idea is really very simple: We get together, we sit around a table, and we read a play aloud. It's a fun way to become more acquainted with contemporary plays and playwrights while networking with a group of other theatre artists. 

 

The next Play Reading Group will be on Sunday November 17th, 2pm - 4pm on the third floor of  Wunderbar, and the play we will be reading is Thanksgiving Play by Larissa FastHorse in 2015. Larissa FastHorse is a Native American playwright who has written and produced numerous contributions to Native American drama, plays involving issues with indigenous people in American society and issues in theater. 

 

In the past we've read:       

     

             A Public Reading of an UnProduced Screenplay About The Death of Walt                          Disney by Lucas Hnath             

            Antigonick by Anne Carson 

            The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Simon Stephens 

Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo by Rajiv Joseph

Love and Information by Caryl Churchill

Admissions by Joshua Harmon

John by Annie Baker

Little Women by Kate Hamill, Madness

In The Clearing of Blye by Evan Starling Davis

Molora by Yaël Farber,

MOSCOW MOSCOW MOSCOW MOSCOW,  by Halley Feiffer

Constellations, Nick Payne

Indecent, by Paula Vogel 

Sweat, by Lynn Nottage

The Wolves, by Sarah DeLappe

Late Company, by Jordan Tannahill

The Christians, by Lucas Hnath

Playhouse Creatures, by April de Angelis

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, by Stephen Adly Guirgis