December 15th: Footlights Zoom Discussion of August Wilson’s How I Learned What I Learned with Avant Bard Theatre’s DeMone Seraphin and Christopher Henley
Please join Footlights at 6 pm, Wednesday, December 15th for a virtual discussion of August Wilson’s How I Learned What I Learned. Our special guests are DeMone Seraphin, one of Avant Bard Theatre’s five new Producing Partners and Director for How I Learned What I Learned, and Christopher Henley, Artistic Director Emeritus & Founding Ensemble Member, Avant Bard Theatre.
Details are in our Fall newsletter, from the FOOTLIGHTS here.
Now in our 28th year, Footlights is a theater discussion and play-going group in the metropolitan Washington, DC area. Each month, 35-50 Footlights members meet over dinner with playwrights, directors, and scholars to discuss modern drama. We read the plays on our own in advance of our discussions, and attend performances of most of the plays we’ve discussed. Membership is free.
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See you soon at the Footlights!