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WHAT:  Reading of Claudia Inglis Haas’ Making Some Noise WHEN:  Monday, June 13th at 7PM WHERE:  Community of Christ, 4847 Emerson Ave N, Minneapolis, MN 55430 DIRECTIONS: For a map, click HERE 
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SYNOPSIS:  Juliana, Emma and Nell see Nazis and terrorists around every corner. This is noted as the three sisters gather yet again for the anniversary of their mother’s tragic death on 9/11.  What is the make-up of a life?  Is it reduced to belongings and haphazard memories?  They have basically been sitting Shiva every September 11th terror attacks.  Juliana’s grieving tradition has taken a toll on her marriage.  Emma who is always quick to please anyone is ready for a change.  Things are turned upside down when Nell returns home and no longer wishes to continue the grieving tradition. ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT:  Claudia has a large body of work for teen performers, inter-generational audiences and young audiences.  Her plays have had over 1,000 productions in all fifty states as well as on five continents.  Honors/awards include: The University of Central Missouri Children’s Playwriting Contest, The Unpublished Play Reading Project, The Aurand Harris Children's Playwriting Award, East Valley Children’s Theatre Playwriting Contest, The Anna Zornio Memorial Playwriting Competition, Prince George County Children's Theatre Contest (winner, twice), The Jackie White Memorial Playwriting Competition (winner twice) and others.  Her plays have been developed through the Playwrights in our Schools Grant and the Bonderman Symposium.  Recent development includes: William Inge Festival of New Plays 2016, Purple Crayon Players Playground at Northwestern University, and The Old Miner Children’s Playwriting Contest at Utah University.  She has a new youth play touring Missouri in the Summer of 2016, and a scene from Making Some Noise will be part of T.E.A.S.E. produced by Little Lifeboats in July.  She is a member of the Dramatist Guild of America, Playwright’s Center of Minneapolis, and the American Alliance for Theatre Education. The reading will be directed by Elena Giannetti, and the cast will be announced soon! Come join us at the Community of Christ church!
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