[RSVP to make sure you get a seat] -Show Description - Parley presents the world premiere staged reading of a new play: Thirst Written by Amber Hughes Directed by Rebecca Tourino Collinsworth What does it mean to have it all? These porn stars have fame, money, and sex, but it’s not enough. They want more. But what else is there? And what will they do to get it? Thirst is a play about extreme desire and the danger of being gendered. -Featuring - Caroline Brown, Ryan Fields, Emily Feliciano, Julian Garcia, Hisam Goueli, and Grace Carmack Specialty movement: Eleanor Withrow Stage directions: Caitlin Coey Production coordinator: Kiki Abba -Producer Bio - Thirst is Parley’s seventh world premiere staged reading since 2014. Parley is a weekly playwrights' group as well as a producing entity. The term "parley" derives from the French verb "parler": to speak. Historically, a parley was a meeting between adversaries in order to negotiate an end to battle. To signal a willingness to talk peaceably, armies would run up a white flag. Writing is a solitary act. It's easy for playwrights who feel isolated to become defensive. Our group seeks to cure that condition. By committing to a process of reading, discussing, and producing one another's work, we surrender the lone struggle and move creatively forward together.
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