October brings three play readings in Baltimore as well as a reading by the playwright herself in DC:
A new drama, Harpies Shooting Craps, will be read Sunday, October 4th at 7pm at Single Carrot Theatre, 2600 N. Howard Street, and again on Tuesday, October 6th at 8pm at Loyola University, 4th floor of the Andrew White Center. Harpies is featured in "Baltimore 2115 and Beyond", 9 short plays written by the Baltimore Playwrights Group as part of Free Fall Baltimore.
They, a short drama prompted by Baltimore's unrest in April, will be part of a series of readings called Arise, Baltimore! at the Enoch Pratt Free Library's Northwood branch on Loch Raven Boulevard, October 19, 5pm to 7:30. Several short plays will be read followed by a Q & A.
The playwright steps out of her writing corner to take part in a reading at Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington in October. It's part of the TS Alliance Four Decades/one community celebration for Tuberous Sclerosis, a disease afflicting a million people around the world. Rosemary joins a dozen DC personalities reading a new work by award-winning playwright John Morogiello, Thursday, October 8th at 8pm on Woolly's Main Stage.
Under the Poplar Trees has won the playwright an award from the Maryland State Arts Council, the 3rd time Frisino Toohey’s scripts have been honored with Individual Artist Awards. The script also won 1st Place, the prestigious Carol Weinberg Award, in the 33rd Baltimore Playwrights Festival. In addition, it made Finalist for the Julie Harris Playwright Awards in Beverly Hills, California, the Jewish Ensemble Theatre's JETFest in Bloomfield, Michigan, and the Hudson River Classics Showcase in Hudson, New York.
The playwright's short drama, Agnes's Little War is a Finalist in Prologue Theatre's 2015 Landmark Play Festival in Chicago.
Frisino Toohey's works are not only on the stage, they are on the page and on the screen.
Frozen Fish Sticks is now published by Lazy Bee Scripts in Southampton, U.K. It's the third Frisino Toohey play in the Lazy Bee catalogue.
Grace Goes to Sea, a moving one-act drama, is now on You Tube, starring Steve Lichtenstein in a masterful performance.
There is additional information about all these accomplishments and more on the Productions page.