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Our Boy by Rob Urbinati

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Presented by Southwest Theatre Productions at Santa Cruz Center for Culture, Austin TX

Aug 23 2019
Our Boy by Rob Urbinati

*ONE NIGHT ONLY! A reading of Rob Urbinati’s new play directed by the playwright. Tickets, parking, and refreshments are free.

Mark is a small town “golden boy”, sporty, handsome, popular, kind. Or at least that’s something his parents can agree on. When he’s implicated in something they could never imagine, they begin to realize how little they actually trust him, or each other. A potent look at the shifting sands of parenting and responsibility.

Rob Urbinati is a freelance director and writer based in New York City. He has directed at The Public Theater, Culture Project, Abingdon Theatre, Classic Stage Company,

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ADMISSION INFO

The Santa Cruz Theater is a few blocks east of I-35 and across from Huston-Tillotson University.  Tickets are FREE but we suggest ordering through the “Buy Tickets” link below to guarantee seating.  Parking and refreshments are also free.

Please note:  This play touches on crime and adult content.  A talkback will follow.

Friday, August 23, 2019 – 8 pm
Doors open at 7:30 pm.

Contact: 512-521-2789

Email: swtproductions@gmx.com

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

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There will be a talkback with the playwright immediately following the reading.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

Santa Cruz Center for Culture

1805 East 7th Street, Austin, TX 78702

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