Island Theatre at Your House "YoHo"
SHARE A MEAL. READ A PLAY.
Every other month, theatre lovers come together to share a potluck meal and read a play out loud.
Held the third Saturday of January, March, May, July, September, and November at 6:00 pm, these gatherings give everyone a chance to take part in the acting or simply to listen.
Interested in hosting a YoHo play reading at your house? Contact Tracy Dickerson at: email@example.com.
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Island Theatre at Your House (YoHo)
March 20th, 2020
Joe Turner’s Come and Gone
by August Wilson
Host Tracy Dickerson
Reservations: tracy.a. firstname.lastname@example.org
Theatre at Your House (we call it YoHo) is ordinarily a potluck dinner gathering and play reading. Please reserve your place by contacting the host (above). Since we are observing CoVid-19 quarantine protocol, enjoy your own dinner at home and then join the Zoom meeting on your phone or laptop by using the link sent to you by email. Please plan to do this before 7:00 so that you have plenty of time to download the (small) Zoom app on your device and follow the Zoom directions to linking to the meeting.
NOTE: participants must have access to an electronic device that has a camera and a microphone (camera-phone, laptop, or like) and must be able to pick up and return a script at my porch on Bainbridge.
Would you like to host a play reading potluck (YoHo) at your house? If so, please contact our Island Theatre scheduler at email@example.com
Past YoHo plays have run the gamut from “classic” classics (like Ibsen’s A Doll’s House) to contemporary classics (like Tony Kushner’s Angels in America and Wendy Wasserstein’s Sisters Rosenzweig) to less well known, often quirky plays (like Indian Arm by Canadian playwright Hiro Kanagawa).
The food and drink are ample. The company’s fun. And the plays are moving, funny, thought provoking – everything you expect from theatre. Come join us!