3 Plays + 3 Days = Actors Studio Craze!

The Actors Studio Drama School has a busy weekend ahead filled with gangs, crime, murder, love, and secrets on the NYC Campus. Are you going to be part of it?

You can say that you saw them before they were Tony and Academy Award winners! It’s time for our favorite showcase of 3 Plays over 3 Days as the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University presents the 2011 Graduating MFA Playwrights’ Staged Reading Series on March 4-6 at the Black Box Studio Theater (Room W509, One Pace Plaza) on the NYC Campus.

Join us for the following plays:

Tough Jews by Michael Ross Albert
Friday, March 4, 8:00 p.m.
In the crime-filled Jewish ghetto of 1930s Toronto, the members of a Canadian family struggle to maintain the bonds that hold them together and implicate themselves in the Crime of the Century.

If Stars Are Lit [working title] by Alla Ilyasova
Saturday, March 5, 7:00 p.m.
Can a boy with a drum, a man with a bag, and a girl with a secret reignite the light extinguished by civil war in this Russian village? Or will a gang of Young Pioneers continue to wreak havoc in the night?

An Evening of Murder by Sarah Rachael Jones
Sunday, March 6, 5:00 p.m.
The residents of River Valley, Alabama are just like those in any other southern town. Some go to church, some to school, and some even fall in love. But the residents of River Valley have a secret…

For more information and reservations, please email ASDSReservations@pace.edu or call 212-613-6209.

Interested in getting a taste of the MFA in acting, directing, and playwriting? The Actors Studio Drama School is offering a Free Master Class on the Method and the Stanislavski System this Saturday, March 5, in NYC. The class will be conducted by the department chair and faculty of the ASDS.  You must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university or be within one semester of graduation. For more information or to be considered for participation, send your resume and contact information to actorsstudiomfa@pace.edu.

And don’t forget to keep an eye out for the MFA Repertory Season, five weeks of theatre beginning in April that showcases what these talented graduates have learned in their last three years at Pace.