Song of the Wind
by Anton Dudley
Friday, January 27, 2017
3:00 p.m. on the Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage
Read by Hunter Canning, Gilles Geary and Aedin Moloney
On a lonely beach in the North Channel Islands, the boundaries of dream-life and waking-life blur, as two men travel through time to find their future in the past. Song of the Wind is a love song to the vanishing rural lives of two soul mates who believed they had found Tír na nóg, the mythical Land of Youth.
Anton Dudley (Playwright): Off-Broadway productions include City Of (Playwrights Realm/Peter Jay Sharp Theater), Substitution (Playwrights Realm/Soho Playhouse), Getting Home (Second Stage Theater), Slag Heap (Cherry Lane Theater), 17 Orchard Point [co-written with Stephanie DiMaggio] (Beckett Theater), and Honor and the River (Lion Theater). Other productions include Girlstar (Signature Theater, directed by Eric Shaeffer), A Dram of Drummhicit [co-written with Arthur Kopit] (LaJolla Playhouse, directed by Christopher Ashley), Honor and the River (Walnut Street Theater, Luna Stage), Cold Hard Cash (Williamstown Theater Festival), The Lake’s End (Adirondack Theater Festival), and Davy & Stu (Ensemble Studio Theater). His play Letters to the End of the World was named finalist for the 2012 Lambda Literary Award in LGBT Drama and received its premiere at Theater Row. Anton has new play & musical commissions from Manhattan Theater Club, Williamstown Theater Festival, Cherry Lane Theater, Keen Company, Baryshnikov Arts Center, and Toronto’s Acting Up Stage Company. His work is published by Samuel French, Playscripts, Heuer, Backstage Books, and Vintage.
Tickets are free, but call 212.727.2737 to RSVP for this event.