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St. Louis Writers' Group presents

18 September  at 6:30 PM
Big Daddy's
1000 Sidney Street, Soulard, 63104

The East Highway Club is the light-hearted story of how a rural Southeast Missouri Family embraces the challenge of change in the late 1950’s.  They have plenty of support from their friends – especially the ladies who are members of the local extension club.  In the end it is a love for Southern-Gospel Music that unifies the community.

We meet in the upstairs room at Big Daddy's. Events are always free, and food and drink can be bought downstairs and brought in. Everyone is welcome, to come and comment or just listen.

Congratulations To Julie Carlson

Her play Wright/Wong was voted the winner of the SLAM competition. 

Thanks to everyone who took part in this very successful event. This was the first one we have organized, but it will certainly not be the last.  

We took away some learning points from the event and have sent surveys out, to see how we can improve next time.  

If you want to comment further, or were at SLAM and didn't get the survey, get in touch. 

Calendar for the rest of 2017

More submissions always welcome!

9/18 East Highway Club - by Terryl Edwards
10/2  RICARDO RUISEÑOR by Jule Carlson
10/16 Rain Dance and Astoria - by Mario Farewell
11/6 End of Silence - by Gerry Mandel
11/20 David Hawley  workshop 0f new work
12/4 Night of one acts
12/18 - End of Year Party and Monologue Competition.

Bring an original monologue that is 90 seconds to five minutes long.  Prepare to read it yourself or have an actor friend read it for you.  The only very loose guideline is that your monologue should somehow be related to the winter/holiday season.  There may be a prize for the winning monologue . . . or maybe not, but at least you'll have bragging rights.

We already have submissions for next year - if you are interested in haveing something read, please get in touch. 

The St. Louis Writers' Group is dedicated to the development of area playwrights, screenwriters and writers of musical theater through reading, discussions and workshops.  For more information about this reading or organization or for information about submitting a work for a reading, checkout our web site, www.stlwritersgroup.com, Phone  314-865-1296, or send an e-mail to farwemar@aol.com