A Public Fit Theatre Company (APF) presents the first show of its 9th season, a staged reading of Jane Martin’s timely play Keeley and Du, on September 30, at the Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Rd. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the performance starts promptly at 7 p.m. Admission to all APF staged readings are free of charge.
A 1994 Pulitzer Prize finalist, Keely and Du tell the story of a young, pregnant woman held captive by an extremist pro-life organization in an attempt to prevent her from terminating her pregnancy. This unflinching examination of the outlying arguments on both sides of the nation’s ongoing abortion debate is certain to keep audiences talking long after the final curtain.
Immediately following the performance, audiences are invited to join the cast and production staff in a moderated discussion of the themes and discoveries presented in the play. This APF hallmark--The Buzz--ensures that the conversations surrounding captivating theatre are shared by the community. The Buzz is an expression of A Public Fit’s ongoing commitment to engage audiences well beyond the limits of the stage.
APF offers a seven-show season consisting of four staged readings and three mainstage productions. APF’s remaining shows for the 2022-23 season are Three Days of Rain by Richard Greenberg; Brilliant Adventures by Alistair McDowall; An Oak Tree by Tim Crouch; Lydia by Octavio Solis; The Piano Lesson by August Wilson; and Alabaster by Audrey Cefaly.
For more information regarding A Public Fit Theatre Company, including upcoming performances and ticketing, visit www.apublicfit.org.