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July Book Launch from Playwrights Canada Press

Join Skaana host Mark Leiren-Young for a very exciting launch event on July 9 2020 (9 PM – 10 PM EDT)!

Join Playwrights Canada Press in celebrating the launch of five new plays with a live virtual group author reading from across the country!

IN ORDER TO ATTEND, YOU MUST REGISTER (FOR FREE) AT THIS LINK: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/5415931097353/WN_Mm5eNvYPRJm6CZ1Deho5mw

Starts promptly at 9pm EDT, 7pm MDT, 6pm PDT.

Featuring:
It's All Tru by Sky Gilbert
Speed Dating for Sperm Donors by Natalie Meisner
Bar Mitzvah Boy by Mark Leiren-Young
Quick Bright Things by Christopher Cook
Sequence by Arun Lakra

Want to purchase the books before the event? All print and ebooks are currently 25% off at playwrightscanada.com!

It's All Tru
Love, sex, and pharmaceuticals are put to the test when a gay couple’s open relationship is threatened with dangerous consequences.

Speed Dating for Sperm Donors
Can a lesbian couple find Mr. Right? When Helen and Paige set out to find a sperm donor who can be known to their future child but not involved their upbringing, the normally anonymous challenge becomes even more intimate than expected.

Bar Mitzvah Boy
When a sixty-something divorce lawyer convinces a young rabbi to help him get a quickie Bar Mitzvah, the pair embark on a hilarious crash course that leads them into sentimental reflections on their faith and family.

Quick Bright Things
When a father and son set out for a quick visit with family for dinner, their pit stop turns into a tense weekend-long event when nobody around them understands or knows how to deal with the son’s schizophrenia diagnosis.

Sequence
In a scintillating back-and-forth puzzle of “what if,” the foundations of what we know and how we know them come into question through two interwoven narratives.

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