The second in our four-part play play reading series at the Elizabeth Mestnik Acting Studio (EMAS), a cast of EMAS students will stage a reading of Spike Heels, by Theresa Rebeck.
Pygmalion goes awry in this contemporary comedy of manners which explores sexual harassment, misplaced amour, and the possibility of a four sided love triangle. The combatants are a sexy, volatile young woman and three Back Bay types a writer, a lawyer and a fiancee in sensible shoes.
Featuring EMAS students:
Directed by Andrew Rodgers
The Acting Studio stages these events for our acting students, our faculty, and the larger artistic community. Admission is open to the public but any donations are appreciated and help us to continue staging these and other events that benefit the community.
If you would like to attend, Reservations are required due to limited space. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Sunday December 4th, 2016
Time: doors open at 6:30 for wine and cheese mixer and reading begins at 7:15
Where: EMAS 11423 Moorpark St. Los Angeles Map and Contact
To read a detailed account of our last play reading and what this particular form has to offer, please click here.
We hope to see you there!
About the Elizabeth Mestnik Acting Studio: Located in Studio City, Los Angles,The Elizabeth Mestnik Acting Studio (EMAS), our mission is to empower actors and acting students with a strong foundation in acting technique and a discipline that will last a lifetime. From our core Meisner classes, to acting workshops and seminars, each class aims to help students gain the “acting tools” that support successful acting careers.