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City Theatre tries on some shorts

Logocitytheatre_3 If you're not busy tonight -- and theater happens to be your thing --  head on over to Books & Books in Coral Gables.  Starting at 7:30 p.m., City Theatre's artistic director Stuart Meltzer and a company of actors will present five short plays under consideration for inclusion in this year's Summer Shorts festival.

Pieces that will be read are Christopher Demos Brown's So I Was Wondering..., Patrick Link's Cry on Cue, Victor Lodato's When Jerry Comes Home, Don Scivoletti's Zealand and Zealand, S.W. Senek's Milk Cartons and J. Stephen Brantley's Struck.

After the free reading, you can get in on the artistic process by offering feedback during a discussion period.  Books & Books is at 265 Aragon Ave. in Coral Gables.  For info on City Theatre, call 305-755-9401 or visit the company's web site.

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