On the Radar: Hot Off the Presses

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Four Middle-Aged Jewish Men Discuss Love, Death, and the Inescapable Presence of God by Mark Leib – CL’s very own theater critic and the author of Art People, Terry by Terry and numerous other plays (we expect everyone upon whom he bestowed less-than-rave reviews to be out in full force to voice their opinions); and Roadhouse that Could, by T. Scott Wooten – an artistic associate at American Stage and seasoned playwright. Four Middle-Aged Jewish Men, Mon., Dec. 14, 7 p.m., Roadhouse that Could, Mon., Jan. 4 ,7 p.m., American Stage, 163 Third St. N., St. Petersburg, free, americanstage.org. – Lily Reisman

Welcome to On the Radar, where we preview up-and-coming arts events to mark your calendar for. St. Petersburg’s well-loved theater company is at it again, and this time its new series involves local playwrights giving free readings of their new plays. Hot Off the Presses is a great opportunity for theater lovers, aspiring playwrights, and those with the knack for constructive evaluation, to hear and comment on the recent works of these talented minds. After each reading the audience gets to partake in a discussion with the author, and fill out an evaluation form to help the development of the play. Upcoming readings include

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