The Centipede King: A Staged Reading

In July, I worked with Megan Schy Gleeson (who directed the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre‘s production of Absence) on a workshop of my play The Centipede KingNow, you can see the results by coming to a staged reading of the play at the BPT on Monday, August 31, at 7:30 pm. The reading is free!

The Centipede King
Some things are scarier than monsters. 

Something bad happened when Rachel was a teenager. Now an adult, she relates the story of her little sister Lily, who was haunted by the mysterious and possibly dangerous entity called the Centipede King. But as Rachel’s narrative unwinds, it takes on a life of its own. The limits of truth, storytelling, and memory are all exposed in this tale of the horror that lies within one family.

Directed by Megan Schy Gleeson
Featuring Jen Alison Lewis, Ryan MacPherson, Sally Nutt, and Haven Pereira
Monday, August 31 7:30 pm
Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, 949 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA
Free admission
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