St. Petersburg: 1913 by Robert Sugarman
Part of the Winter Studio Festival of Plays
Jan 14, 2017
1:00PM - 3:00PM
A staged reading of Robert Sugarman’s latest play.
How do ordinary individuals and artists shape a society's revolution? Will the future bring more promise than the present? St Petersburg:1913 is a play about love, art, poetry, and loss set in pre-revolutionary Russia.
Directed by Regge Life
Cast: Kate Abbruzzese, Jonathan Croy, Luke Haskell, David Joseph, Bob Lohbauer, Dara Silverman
Robert Sugarman is a Vermont playwright and author who has worked as a college professor, director, and stage manager. His play, Kaufman’s Barber Shop, was produced by Shakespeare & Company in 2014.
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