A TIME FOR EVERYTHING by Al Gill
Set throughout the 1900's, A Time For Everything is a story of loss, forgiveness, and redemption. Jonathan, a detail obsessed news paper editor, is initially unable to maintain relationships. However, he eventually realizes that the diverse women flooding his memories have actually played vital roles in his life.
Content Warning: Racism and slavery/abuse, mention of suicide, mention of alcohol and drug abuse, negative father-son relationship, and depictions of mental health issues.
WHAT IS MEMBER OPEN PLAY?
Member Open Play is a chance for member playwrights to gather online and by phone to read each other's plays aloud and respond with constructive feedback. The reading and responses are facilitated by a Playwrights' Center staff member. Attendees may be asked to read a role(s).
Online participants: may join via webcam through their computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. We use Zoom for online participation, but a participant does not need to have an account to join. Be prepared to join via webcam. Ten minutes prior to the start of any session, you may click this link to participate online. If you have any difficulty joining, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone participants: may call one of the following numbers to join by phone One tap mobile: +19292056099,,489123939# OR Dial by your location:1-929-205-6099 Meeting ID: 489-123-939
Local participants: LOCAL PARTICIPATION IS NOT AN OPTION AT THIS TIME
Scripts: Scripts being read and the agenda and format for giving feedback can be accessed by clicking HERE.
Getting your play read: If you would like to get your play on the schedule to be read, you must attend at least one session first. Following that attendance, you may fill out this online form to get your play on the schedule.
Note: Please be aware of the time difference (we are in the Central Standard Time zone).