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Theatrical performance and exposition on Tuesday evening, October 7, 2014.

North Coast Writers welcomes playwrights Jerry Kraft and Rebecca Redshaw for what promises to be a lively evening of theatrical performance and exposition on Tuesday evening, October 7, 2014.

            The public is invited to this free monthly presentation beginning at 7:00 p.m. at Wine on the Waterfront, 115 E. Railroad Avenue in Port Angeles.   The door opens at 6:30 p.m. and those attending are encouraged to arrive early for good seating and to purchase refreshments prior to the reading.

            Jerry Kraft, long time member of the North Coast Writers group, playwright, poet, and journalist, will offer "God Clicked," a dramatic monologue, as well as a short play, Sand Script, first presented in Seattle this August as part of the annual 14/48 Theatre celebration .

            Kraft has lived in Port Angeles for the last ten years.   He was involved with community theatre and taught a memoir writing class through the YMCA. He writes reviews of Seatttle theatre productions for and has also published poetry, short fiction and plays.  He recently relocated to Mount Vernon, Washington with his wife to accommodate her employment.

            Rebecca Redshaw, Port Angeles fiction author, playwright and director, will also showcase one of her short plays, Broadway Showtunes Game of Life.  Redshaw worked for over twenty five years in the Los Angeles film and television industry.  Using her technical expertise, she supervised the restoration and preservation of films for SONY Entertainment.  With eight produced plays to her credit, Redshaw has also enjoyed the participatory aspect of theatre.  She has published two books, Dear Jennifer and Sofa Cinema: An Easy Guide to DVDs, Vol. 1.  She also writes a regular column for the Sequim Gazette, focusing on DVDs. 

           Kraft and Redshaw will conclude the evening with a discussion of the challenges incurred in writing for a live audience and will answer questions.

     For further information, contact Suzann Bick, (360) 797-1245, email; or Mary-Alice Boulter, (360) 477-9972, email