A Sneak Peak of Opening Night of Love 95 Times at Centre College

Opening Night at Center College where over 300 people attended. The post-show talk-back moderated by Matthew Hallock (Chairman of the Theater Program) was well-attended with one  student saying she couldn't leave after the play, she needed to stay for the talk-back afterwards. "Working on this play gave me the opportunity to talk about a subject that is never discussed and needs to be," said one of the male cast members. 

The first reading of The Farm Commission at Geva Theater (in pictures)

 The SUNY Brockport cast of Your Wings Have Eyes (now titled Love 95 Times)

The SUNY Brockport cast of Your Wings Have Eyes (now titled Love 95 Times)

 Geva Theater Literary Manager Jenni Werner leading audience talk-back.

Geva Theater Literary Manager Jenni Werner leading audience talk-back.

Director Frank Kuhn and I discussing the play.

To read Padraic Lillis's (Artistic Director of The Farm Theater) blog about the evening, visit The Farm Report hosted on Indie Theater Now.

And...#Grabthis too

Have you been following the news and gettin' a little queasy? Me too. In order to cope, I wrote a play called YOUR WINGS HAVE EYES (with support from The Farm Theater) which explores the treacherous terrain of gender and sexuality on a college campus. It will have it's first public reading at the awesome Geva Theater in Rochester, NY on October 19th, so give your immune system a rest and DVR the debate and join us!

From Geva:

"Asked to write about how gender influences behavior among young people, playwright Micheline Auger has crafted a tale of youth, trust, betrayal, fear, and self-realization.  The play was commissioned by the Farm Theater in New York City to be produced at three different colleges, beginning with The College at Brockport, this academic year (directed by Frank Kuhn).  Students from Brockport have been working with the playwright since last spring as she has developed the script. A conversation with the playwright will follow the reading."  

I'd love to hear you and your friend's thoughts before we go into production in Brockport, Florida and Kentucky (then head home to NYC!) My hope is that it will grab people by the heart. #grabthat 

Reserve your free seats here.