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Confessions of A Pulipiteer

 

Sacramento Theater Examiner

Rehearsal photos of
"Confessions of a Pulpiteer"
the first staged reading of the
2010 Playwright's Festival of New Works
by: Barry Wisdom

Pictures

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LISTEN TO
KCSB 91.9 Santa Barbara Interview

"The Culture of Protest"
host Dick Flack interviews
Lee Boek about
Confessions of a Pulpiteer.
Musicians Mitch Greenhill
& Roberta Levitow
sing with Lee,
songs from the performance

Confessions of a Pulpiteer
[partial] Soundtrack *

I'll Fly Away

Farther Along

* Songs performed by Mitch Greenhill & Roberta Levitow.

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Thursday
Apr222010

Public Works Improvisational Theatre presents Voice in the Well


"Let's Go World"

 

Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 7:30pm

Warszawa Restaurant [Loft]

1414 Lincoln Bl, Santa Monica 90401

 

In celebration of Earth Day, Eric Vollmer hosts an eclectic Euro-Salon

of performances drawing from Art Forms around the World!

 

Featuring:

 

Magdalena Ciecierska & Frank Strasser opening with THE DOORS Music

Larry Hankin tells a Sometimes Jones Fable

Pashyo plays her inspired Drum Songs drawn from the Global Village

Dennis Wilson & Nova Trees Brazilian Music

Jacqueline Mahoney sings the body electric O Sole` Mio

Michael Lindsay presents reading from Bryson's Neither Here Nor There

Gary Gordon provides his satiric perspective on planetary predicament


Call (310) 227-0877 - Door Donation $7.00 - Includes Artist Reception

Monday
Mar152010

 

Public Works Improvisational Theatre   presents  Voice in the Well

 

 

"Springing To Life"

 

Thursday, March 18, 2010 - 7:30-9:30 pm

 

Warszawa Restaurant [Upstairs]

1414 Lincoln Blvd Santa Monica, CA * 90401

 

ERIC VOLLMER produces and hosts this Euro- Salon

featuring Spoken word, Comedy, Story-telling and Music

 

Hear our musical guests SPRING & VINNIE CAGGIANO set the night on fire!

KAITLIN FERRELL & DOUG SPITZ Go Out Into The Starry Night  via JP Shanley

LEE BOEK, CARMEN VEGA, JEFFREY VAN DER BYL, DOUG SPITZ, and

DJ CARLILE bring to life JP Shanley's Bronx one-act comedy Welcome To The Moon

 

$7.00 Door Donation & Desserts



Tuesday
Feb162010

It’s Gonna Take A Lotta Love

Thursday, February 18, 2010

 

Warszawa Restaurant [ATTIC]

1414 Lincoln Bl, Santa Monica, CA 90401 * (323) 330-5448

 

Producer ERIC VOLLMER hosts an Evening of Music & Spoken Word,

[Comedy provided by DANA SNOW and Drama by CARMEN VEGA]

In the spirit of a Euro-style Salon where everyone gets into the act!

 

KAITLIN FERRELL, DOUG SPIRIT, MORGAN WILDAY & LEE BOEK present scenes from the One-Act plays of John Patrick Shanley such as “Let Us Go Out Into The Starry Night” and FRANK STRASSER

MAGDALENA CIECIERSKA reprises her role as NINOTCHKA and sings

 

$7.00 Door Donation  – Desserts – Artists Reception



Wednesday
Feb032010

PUBLIC WORKS IMPROVISATIONAL THEATRE PRESENTS:

 “Novel Intentions”

Friday, February 5, 2010 * 7:30-9pm

Village Books

1049 Swarthmore * Pacific Palisades * (310) 454-4063

Eric Vollmer hosts an Evening of Poetry, Prose & Pop Culture

MORGAN WILDAY presents a scene from NELLIE BLY REACHES FOR THE SKY; Poets ANTONIETTA and MARK LIPMAN present their new Lyrical works Songwriter/Satirist GARY GORDON surveys the distance from Here To There in Los Angeles Noted Poet LAUREL ANN BOGEN unfolds her own Lyricism into Everyday Life        ERIC VOLLMER draws from local writers’ portraits in Lionel Rolfe’s LITERARY L.A.

Free – Donations Most Appreciated

www.publicworksimprov.com

Tuesday
Jan262010

Public Works Improvisational Theatre presents a dramatic reading of:

FORGOTTEN HORIZONS

Saturday, January 30, 2010 – 3-5pm

Ruskin Art Club * 800 South Plymouth Bl, L.A., CA 90005 * (323) 936-4632

   For our Matinee, we recreate an Edward R Murrow Radio Show with a sly twist! Inspired by a true story, playwright Eric Vollmer recalls the spirits of Albert Einstein and his famous friends to relate the story of a rare League Of Minds who met in Geneva, Switzerland; and then  how the Irish Playwright George Bernard Shaw turned the table on the whole intellectual lot - and put the audience in the Catbird seat, instead!

Tania Getty - Begonia Brown

William H. Bassett - G.B.Shaw and Lord Midlander

DJ Carlile - Gilbert and The League Secretary

Dou Spitz-Eward R.- Murrow and American Jounalist

Heidi Swedberg - Henri Bergson & World Court Judge

Jeffrey VanDerByl- Sigmund Freud & German Exile

Christina Linhardt - Madame Curie & The Latin Widow

Hillel - Albert Einstein & The Russian Commissar

Rory Johnston - George E. Hale & British Bishop

  Seats are Limited, so plan to arrive early and then stay for our Artist's Reception

$10.00 - Door Donation  **********  No One Turned Away