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Posted at 3:49 PM ET, 11/17/2006

Well Played

By Erin

If the holiday season has you looking ahead to goals for the new year, how about resolving to see a play for every day of the coming year? In 2002, Suzan-Lori Parks resolved to write a play a day for an entire year. The cycle begins in the Washington area tomorrow and runs through Nov. 12, 2007. Studio Theatre, Woolly Mammoth, Signature and dozens of other theater companies will work with Parks to produce every show on a rotating basis each week. Most of the shows will be free. Looking for a Valentine's Day event? That falls under Catalyst Theater's week, while Banished? Productions covers Columbus Day.

The week-by-week schedule will be updated at Studio Theatre's Web site. The marathon kicks off tomorrow with a free performance of the first seven plays at 4 p.m., followed by a kickoff party. Reservations (made at 202-332-3300) are highly recommended.


By Erin  | November 17, 2006; 3:49 PM ET
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