For over fifteen years, NLT’s Readers’ Theatre has presented free events where actors read from a variety of classic and contemporary works.
Originally developed by one of our area’s directors, Penny Potenz Winship, each play is carefully chosen to offer actors a creative challenge and the audience a creative experience.
Readers’ Theatre has always been our way of giving back to the community for their support and patronage of the regular mainstage productions. We are pleased to keep this tradition going.
This year we aim to increase our outreach to diverse communities and provide space for voices that have been underrepresented on stage for far too long. Our Reader’s Theatre presentations will focus on presenting original works that explore, navigate, and elevate the diversity that is all around us.
SUNDAY March 6, 2022
Our next FREE Readers’ Theatre is The Armando Project by Orlando F. Rodriguez and directed by Sarah Gorden.
Armando has grown up surrounded by toxic masculinity and machismo culture but is struggling to find his place in the world. His view of the world changes when he auditions for a student production of The Laramie Project.
The Armando Project is a Two-Act Drama. The running time is approx. 90 minutes.
Armando: Angel J. Rivas
Rudy/Old Man: T Michael Vest
Juan: Gil Torres
Mario: Jonathan D’Rozario
Lou: Anthony E. LoGrande
Brenda: Denisse Estefany Mendoza
** Trigger warning for homophobia, homophobic language, and suicide.**
**This show is not suitable for children.**
**Please note all patrons of Nutley Little Theatre must show proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test taken within 48 hours of the performance date. Masks must be worn at all times while inside the theater. All cast and crew members are vaccinated.**
Readers’ Theatre is a free event.
All performances will be held at 47 Erie Place, Nutley, NJ
Admission is free.
For information about this or other productions, click here or call 973-667-0374
Attention all NLT members:
If you are interested in performing as a reader in future productions or have any suggestions for the upcoming schedule, please contact George Seylaz.