A VERY SMALL LIE
by Phil Loveless
Two Act Play Reading

The play is about a professor, head of the psychology department at a university. He is challenging the theory of repressed memory. And a new university president who fights his theories and challenges his authority. The professor’s daughter, after being gone two years returns with a big problem. The professor’s TA who is caught in the middle between father and daughter.

Readers: Paul Jones, Brandy Carson, Krystal Brewer, Ruth Wire, Maria Ciamaichelo, Joey Maxey, Ringmaster: Bert Anderson

May 26, 2014
6:30 PM
Ashland Library Gresham Room

 

ANNOUNCEMENT

Since January 2010, the Playwright Actor Atelier has presented monthly readings of new plays by local writers.  Founder Bert Axel Anderson, together with Phil Loveless and Fred Tonge, formed the initial advisory group, joined over the years by others.  The time has come for the three of us to leave the group and make room for fresh ideas and new energy.  We thank all of you - playwrights, actors, audience - for your support.  It's been a fun four years. We'll see you at Atelier.

- Bert Axel Anderson, Phil Loveless, Fred Tonge



The new team here at the Playwrights' Atelier wishes to thank founders Bert Anderson, Phil Loveless, and Fred Tonge for bringing Ashland four fabulous years of free full length, one act, and ten-minute play readings. They brought us so many amazing presentations, and we are grateful for their dedication, time and effort in enhancing our theatre community. Beginning in January, we are eagerly looking forward to a brand new year of exciting play readings by local authors in 2014. We are dedicated to making the Playwrights' Atelier the best experience possible for all of those involved: audience members, playwrights, and actors alike. Please join us on the last Monday of every month in the Gresham Room of the Ashland Public Library as we move our community forward with this fun, creative endeavor. You're in for a treat.

-  Will Churchill, Dave Hill, Tim Kelly, Joseph Suste