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Posted on: May 16, 2018

Pop-Up Theater comes back to Union Center featuring short plays

Union Center SID and The Theater Project is bringing back another Pop-Up Theater event in the Center, titled "Kaleidoscope Kabaret", an annual presentation of short plays written by The Theater Project’s member playwrights. Hosted in Union Center by Unity Bank, in a cleverly converted annex located 952 Stuyvesant Ave the performances will be held  on June 1-3, Friday, Saturday at 8 PM, Sunday at 2 PM.


The Playwrights Workshop meets privately so members can share work in progress and get feedback from their colleagues. Once a month, a full length play is read aloud for the public followed by a lively discussion with the author; once a year, short plays are rehearsed and produced for the Kaleiodscope Kabaret. “Plays by our members have gone on to productions in New York and around the country,” says Theater Project artistic director Mark Spina. “But now we’ll all be able to say, ‘It started here in Union’ when they hit the big time.”


Member playwrights participating in this year’s Kabaret are Luigi Jannuzzi of Hillsborough, Lynn Marie Macy of Cranford, Joseph Vitale of Denville, Stephanie Griffin of Ocean Grove and Mary Jane Walsh of Basking Ridge. Novelist, playwright, screenwriter and workshop founding member William Mesce Jr of Linden will also showcase work at the event.


Tickets for the KALEIDOSCOPE KABARET are $20 for adults and $10 for students; they can be purchased at the door or online at www.thetheaterproject.org; reservations are recommended. Wine and cheese is being offered at 7:30 PM prior to the Friday and Saturday performances thanks to the generosity of Unity Bank.

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