Our first reading of the 2018 Annual Colombi New Plays Festival is Molly McFadden's FISH FEEL PAIN, presented at The BottleHouse in Cleveland Heights.
Set in Cleveland, FISH FEEL PAIN follows Maggie and Tom who have moved in with their grown daughter. When their daughter comes up with an idea to help them all out, they soon realize the transition may not come as easy as they wish.
A great cast of Cleveland actors:
Mary Beck as Maggie McGinnis
Skip Corris as Tom McGinnis
Courtney Nicole Auman as Shelby McGinnis
Margaretta Parish as Marietta (Mother of Maggie)
Dennis Runkle as Narrator, Howard Crane and Policeman
Molly McFadden is an actress and jazz vocalist who has performed in regional theatres throughout the country as well as New York for 20 years. She is a newcomer to playwriting, Fish Feel Pain is her first full length play. Molly is thrilled to be living in Cleveland and participating with StageWrights at Ensemble Theatre. She has written prose and been published in a variety of publications. Molly resides in Cleveland Heights with her Husband, Brian McFadden, who is a playwright.
The Annual Colombi New Plays Festival is an opportunity for area playwrights to showcase their work for Ensemble audiences. This year's Festival, our 7th, also features a production of Cleveland Heights playwright Tom Frattare's new play MAMA / MOON running March 9 — March 25 at Ensemble Theatre.
All Colombi Festival new play readings are FREE and open to the public.
For a complete list of events and tickets to MAMA / MOON, please visit EnsembleTheatreCLE.org, call 216-321-2930, or email [email protected]