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Your Driver Is Here - online play reading

This Saturday, I will be participating in an online performance of a new play Your Driver Is Here by Julianne Jigour, directed by Gabrieal Griego. This is part of Moving Arts' MADlab 2021.

YOUR DRIVER IS HERE by Julianne Jigour directed by Gabrieal Griego

October 9, 2021 at 12:00p.m. (Pacific)

All readings are presented LIVE ONLINE and FREE of charge as a service to the community, but advance RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.

CLICK HERE for reservations and more information.

For nine months the MADlab team at Moving Arts has worked with five talented playwrights to help them create and curate a new play with the support and insight of actors, directors, respondents, and their fellow playwrights. Now Moving Arts is proud to present the 8th Annual First Look Reading Series to a vital component of the new play making process: the audience. Over one weekend we will present these five very different, engaging, challenging, and bold new plays. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do.


YOUR DRIVER IS HERE by Julianne Jigour, directed by Gabrieal Griego (Oct 9 at 12PM PT)

After a traumatic event throws her off course, a lost young actor abandons New York dreams to navigate the sprawling streets of LA in search of her estranged, starry-eyed mother.

With Jenny Soo, Alina Phelan, Laura Buckles, Karen Huie, Feodor Chin

F.K.A. MERIDIAN by Peppur Chambers, directed by Bernadette Speakes (Oct 9 at 3PM PT)

Meridian, a young black woman on the edge, drowns in her desire to be validated by her art. Despite the love and support of her beau, she succumbs to dancing demons and the complicated simplicity of letting go.

With Wendy Elizabeth Abraham, Freddy Ramsey Jr., Geri-Nikole Love, Aries Simone, ReSheda D. Terry, Marlow Wyatt, William L. Warren

STAINS by Sarah Cho, directed by Jully Lee (Oct 9 at 6PM PT)

An impoverished Korean-American teenager struggles through her first period, with the help of an imaginary friend… who happens to resemble a wisecracking witch from a popular ‘90s sitcom.

With Jessica Ko, Janet Song, Jenapher Zheng, Caitlin Crawley

a home what howls (or the house what was ravine) by Matthew Paul Olmos, directed by Rose Portillo (Oct 10 at 12PM PT)

After The Vargas Family is displaced from their home, the parents try to live off the land, but the fear of the outside is like a never ending nightmare. Meanwhile, their daughter attempts to fight their fight legally, against the gears of progress.

With Cristina Frias, Peter Mendoza, Natalie Camunas, Peter Howard, Rose Portillo

LOS POBLADORES by Sophie Brion Neely, directed by Justin Huen

(Oct 10 at 3PM PT)

After the worst cruise of 1781, nine hundred miles of trekking through the desert, and street-taco-level food poisoning, an awkward country boy from the Philippines must overcome one last hurdle: his first-ever house party in the not-yet-city of Los Angeles.

With Alexis Camins, Anne Yatco, Luis Kelly-Duarte, Keyla Monterroso Mejia, Oscar Dominguez, Juan Parada, Blanca Isabella, Sabina Zúñiga Varela

MADlab Producer: Dana Schwartz

Moving Arts Artistic Director: Darin Anthony

Moving Arts Producer: Cece Tio

Moving Arts Live Stream Manager: Juan Sebastian Bernal

Special thanks to Deborah Reed who was our Managing Director throughout MADlab 2021

MADlab 2021 First Look Readings are presented by Moving Arts and made possible, in part, through the generous support of the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture.

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