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WE’RE BACK!  Workhouse Theatre Company’s Greenhouse Project is proud to present the second year of our successful public reading series!  Join us on the second Monday of each month for a readings of new plays in development by established, locally produced playwrights. What:  The Fractal Pattern, by Conlan Carter When:  September 8th at 7:00 PM Where:  The Warren Artist Habitat - 4400 Osseo Road (44th and Penn N), Minneapolis, MN  55412 Synopsis: The Fractal Pattern follows the lives of Lena and Andrew after a one-night stand gone awry. Lena learns that she could be sterile, and she reexamines her life without the option of being a mother.  Meanwhile, Andrew struggles to raise his rebellious younger sister, Keely.  The lines blur between “friend” and “family" as Lena attempts to insert herself into their lives as the mother that she may never be. The Playwright:  Conlan Carter is a playwright and dramaturg living between New York and the Midwest.  He graduated this past May from Winona State University with a degree in Theatre and English.  He has recently worked with Abingdon Theatre Company and the Great River Shakespeare Festival, and he is a member of the Playwrights’ Center.  His playwriting credits include The Fractal Pattern, Civility’s Sake (Laugh/Riot Performing Arts Company), and The End (Theatre du Mississippi; State Fair Community College; KCACTF Region V Finalist for the John Cauble Outstanding Short Play Award). The reading will be directed by Glen Stone, followed by a discussion with the playwright and actors, moderated by our resident playwright, Matthew A. Everett.  Here’s your chance to discuss with the playwright what you liked and didn’t like.   To find out more about future readings or how you can submit your script, check out our Greenhouse Project page HERE! You are cordially invited to come play with us!
Reading of Thorns, by Michael Peroz.  Pictured: Matthew A. Everett,  Jodi A. Kellogg, Robert Bruce Brake, Paul Rutledge, Ashley Davis Scott, Clarence Wethern, and Kayla Dvorak Feld,
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