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Watch a Shooting Star at Latest Playreaders Performance

By Lola Smith

In Steven Dietz’s play, Shooting Star, Playreaders’ next offering at St Paul’s Church, snowed-in travelers college lovers Elena Carson and Reed McAllister have an unexpected and life-altering reunion in an airport in Middle America.

Filled with laughter and heartache, Shooting Star is a bittersweet romantic comedy about the middle days of our lives and how we got there.

Years after last they saw each other, Elena has stayed true to her hippie-ish, counterculture path while Reed has gone predictably corporate and conservative.

Reviews for Shooting Star have been consistently positive: “Stories told this well don’t come around very often.” “Hilarious and very serious.” “A work both funny and sad.” “This is the play Neil Simon, at his best, would have written if he had been young in the 1970s.

Shooting Star runs Tuesday–Thursday, March 6–8. Actors Kate Rowland and Jim Wright will read the roles of Elena and Reed. New reader Marjorie Burren will handle the airport announcements, and Lola Smith directs.

 

Theater

Shooting Star

Tue–Thu, Mar 6–8, 7:30pm

St Paul’s Church

Cardo 6

20 pesos

 

 

 

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