650 Live readings take place Sunday afternoons at 2:00 in New York City and throughout the tri-state area. Click here to visit our YouTube channel.
The Kids Are Alright • Parenting is hard but so is being a kid. The writers in this show tackle rites of passage, PTA meetings, ER visits, sibling rivalries, braces, bullies, the birds and bees, puppy love, tough love, driving tests, empty nests and more. TENTATIVE SHOW DATE: Sunday, October 22, 2017 • New Rochelle Public Library
Immigration Nation • America is created and sustained by countless people born elsewhere who came here to create a better life for themselves and their families. Our writers will share immigrant story about the struggles and successes of grandparents, neighbors, and friends. Coming in 2018
High School • A return to your fondest—or most harrowing—memories with personal stories about marching band or mean girls, bus rides or best friends, homeroom or home grown. The cafeteria, the pop quiz, the field trip, the school play, the twenty year reunion—we’ll hear about those wonderful and awful days—from algebra to zits. Coming in 2018
Summer Jobs • We’ll hear about our writers’ best or—even better—their worst summer jobs. What life lessons did physical labor, low pay, or an embarrassing costume bestow that summer to all the babysitters, toilet cleaners, burger flippers, dog walkers, camp counselors, pool skimmers, pizza drivers, and lawn mowers? Coming in 2018
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