Renee will be in eight performances of EX-HABITUS at the Cork Screw Festival.
Renee Rises will be acting in the Brooklyn College Weasel Festival
in the Shiva at The Public Theater.
She will be premiering in two new plays,
"STRIPPER-ERS" by Eryk Aughenbaugh
"Fall of All Atomic Angels" by Zach Rufa.
Each performance is listed by date, as the calendar does not differentiate between the plays and the programming. The following are the four performances Renee is a part of:
- Saturday, July 15th at 7:00 pm
- Monday, July 17th at 7:00 pm
- Wednesday, July 19th at 7:00 pm
- Friday, July 21st at 7:00 pm
See you there || There are only 62 seats for each performance, so get tickets while you can.
The Brooklyn College Department of Theater, in association with Mac Wellman, Erin Courtney, and the Graduate Playwriting Program, cordially invite you to a reading of MFA candidate Corinne Donly's ORCHID RECEIPT SERVICE, the third installment in season six of our monthly Play-in-Progress Reading Series.
ORCHID RECEIPT SERVICES follows the relationship of Monte and Davey—two transmasculine people in their late twenties—as they drift into and beyond a breakup. A true story told by the playwright's subconscious mind, each scene in the play is an adaptation of a different dream. Spanning a period of two years—wherein dream-Monte and dream-Davey repeatedly attempt to make their parting real—ORCHID RECEIPT SERVICE provides a complete record of all the stages and symbols a psyche must move through as it learns to let go of another.
The reading of ORCHID RECEIPT SERVICE
is on Friday, February 17th at 2:30 PM
in the Jefferson Williams Lounge
on the 4th floor of SUBO
at Brooklyn College.
The reading will feature guest artists: Asia Kate Dillion and Mieke Duffly and Brooklyn College students, alums and faculty: Leta Renne Alan, Andrea Aranguren, Chrissy Brinkman, Stephanie Bunch, Ally Callahan, Lisa Campbell, Kristi Dana, Renee Rises, Johanna Kozak, Jeremiah Maestas, Jimmy Morgan, Nelson Orellana, Connor Sheridan, Judylee Vivier and Jenna Zafiropoulos. It will be directed by guest artist Jeremy Bloom.
Please join us for our newest collaboration with the Playwriting Program, and to support the development of another unique new voice in contemporary American theater.