We have an upcoming Staged Reading at CST!
We cap off the opening weekend of The Angels of Lemnos with a reading of a brand new play from another NW Indiana writer Anthony Hall Seed.
Mark of a Dog’s Foot
By Anthony Hall Seed
Sunday, April 12, 7pm
Chicago Street Theatre Main Stage
There will be a 15 minute talk-back with the playwright after the reading.
Forty years after a bar fight gone very bad and the resulting cover-up that involved them all, five former Hobart Brickie football players return to that same bar to consider their options before the skeletons of their past are exposed and destroy them all.
ANTHONY HALL SEED (Playwright)
Anthony Seed's play, Somewhere between Fubar and Snafu, was produced at the Artistic Home Theatre in Chicago, January 2014, and was directed by Frank Nall.
Mr. Seed's first play, The Mark of a Dog's Foot, was named a Finalist for the 2011 Eugene O'Neill National Playwright Conference; received a staged reading and named 3rd Place Winner in the 4th Annual Northeastern Indiana Playwright Festival; awarded 37th Place Top 100 Plays in the 80th Annual Writers' Digest Contest; named a Semi-Finalist in the Firehouse Theatre Project; invited to the Thespis Theatre Festival in NYC.
Mr. Seed's play, Somewhat difficult to put into words, was a Semi-Finalist in the 7th Annual Northern Writers' New Works Festival, the South Camden Theatre Company's Play Reading Series, the Hudson River Valley Showcase Theatre, and received Honorable Mention in the New Works of Merit contest.
His play, Swimming with Sharks in the South China Sea, was awarded 13th Place Top 100 Plays, 80th Annual Writers' Digest Contest; named a Finalist for the Pacific Northwest Writers' Association Contest and was long-listed for the 2014 Kenneth Branagh Playwright Festival in Windsor, England.
His play, Confessionall, was awarded 4th Place Top 100 Plays in the 81st Annual Writers' Digest Contest.
His play, Trip Wires, was named a Semi-Finalist for the Wordsmyth Theatre Contest and his play, Between the Sheets, was named 3rd place winner for the 2015 Northeastern Indiana Playwright Festival.
His short play, Writing it Out, was directed by Ron Wells at Chicago Dramatists in a Scene Showcase production.
Mr. Seed's most recently completed play is Sam's Heavy Load.
Mr. Seed is a writer in the Chicago area, a Network Playwright with Chicago Dramatists and a member of the Dramatists Guild. He is an award-winning short-story writer, a former award-winning newspaper journalist, and a Vietnam veteran. He has a bachelor degree from Indiana University and he and his wife, Eileen, have been married thirty-six years. They have a son, Jason.