Read Together at Los Osos Library  6:30 p.m.

Come to Read or Listen ~ No Auditions ~ All Voices Welcome
Read Together: A Community Reading Experience offers anyone interested an opportunity to participate in a group reading aloud of a dramatic piece. It may be an adaptation of a play, a novel or an original work written especially for this program. As people arrive at the library on the evening scheduled, they are given a script with a part clearly marked. There are parts of all sizes and as the women usually outnumber the men in participating, women often read men's parts. There are no auditions, no rehearsals, and all voices are welcome. Visitors who come only to listen are also welcome.
Coming sessions are:
November 9, 2017: Juno and the Paycock
by Sean O'Casey
A sad but funny story of life during "the troubles" in Dublin, Ireland
Spreading the News
by Lady Gregory
The gleeful account of an imagined scandal in a small Irish village
February 1, 2018: The Merry Wives of Windsor
by William Shakespeare
A farcical account of how the ladies of Windsor, England get even with the notorious scallywag Sir John Falstaff
May 3, 2018: Strong Poison
by Dorothy Sayers
A murder mystery in which Lord Peter Wimsey first meets Harriet Vane and saves her from the gallows
August 2,  2018: Excellent Women
by Barbara Pym
A wry look at life and love among Londoners after WWII
November 8, 2018: The Playboy of the Western World
by John Millington Synge
A lighthearted tale of the rise to popularity of a young man who mistakenly thinks he has committed murder