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Play Reading: "Slow Burn"
The theater presents a reading of "Slow Burn" by Kim Hanna. Here's a description from the theater's Web page:
Jett has established a successful career in Philadelphia, a short drive and a lifetime away from her hometown of Centralia, where a mine fire has been burning underground for decades. With news of a relocation offer from the government, Jett returns to Centralia to convince her mother to leave, but her mother has something else in mind. Deceased for a year, her husband, Finn, left journals describing a long-term affair with Jett. Following a painful journey through his journals, mother and daughter are able to place the blame for the past and redemption for the future where they rightfully belong.
|Where||American Stage Theater 163 3rd St N, St Petersburg, FL 33701|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Seniors|
|Price||$15 in advance or pay what you can at the door|
More About American Stage Theater
Attendance at American Stage Theatre Company has soared since it moved into new digs at the Raymond James Theatre, just a block south of Bay Walk. The new theater space is in the same building as St. Petersburg College's downtown campus.
Parking is convenient, because Synovus Bank lets patrons use its parking lot for free during performances; it is one block away, on 3rd Street. Also, St. Petersburg College's parking garage is open to patrons for $5 on Friday night, Saturdays and Sundays.
Interested in helping promote theater downtown? The stage company has a volunteer hotline: 727-823-1600, ext. 222.