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End of Message
by Laura Jacqmin
directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt
Cast: Jaspal Binning, Teddy Bergman, Quincy Dunn-Baker, Adam Harrington, Rosemarie Mitchell, Kate Cullen Roberts, and Jon Norman Schneider

The reading will take place Sunday, January 8th at 2:15pm
in ART/New York’s Bruce Mitchell Room
at 520 8th Avenue,
3rd Floor, NY, NY 10036.

Tickets are free however reservations are required. 

RSVP by Friday to

The reading will last approximately 100 minutes and will be followed by a brief reception with the playwright and director.

More info about End of Message:
When the milestone date on their new video game is suddenly moved up – the week before Thanksgiving – a team of game developers must camp out at the office for seven days straight, crunching to meet an impossible deadline.


​More info about the playwright:​

Laura Jacqmin is a playwright, TV writer and videogame writer, originally from Cleveland.

Plays: Residence (40th Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville); January Joiner (Long Wharf Theatre); Ski Dubai (Steppenwolf Theatre); A Third (Finborough Theatre London); Look, we are breathing (Rivendell Theatre Ensemble; Sundance Theatre Lab); Dental Society Midwinter Meeting (Williamstown Theatre Festival; Chicago Dramatists/At Play, 16th Street Theater); Ghost Bike (Buzz22 Chicago). Awards: Wasserstein Prize, two NEA Art Works Grants, ATHE-Kennedy Center David Mark Cohen Playwriting Award, two MacDowell Fellowships, Illinois Arts Council Individual Artist Grant.

Television: “Get Shorty” (forthcoming, EPIX); “Grace and Frankie” (Netflix);  “Lucky 7” (ABC). Video Games: “The Walking Dead Season 3,” “Minecraft: Story Mode” (Telltale Games). She received her BA from Yale University, and earned an MFA in Playwriting from Ohio University.

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