CPI Playwriting Salon Welcomes Blake Robison

Blake Robison.

Blake Robison.

CPI Playwriting Salon

Sunday, August 25, 2013, at 7 PM


Guest Speaker – Blake Robison, the Artistic Director of Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park will discuss: “Subjects of relevance to local theater, process, submissions, selections and more.”

Open discussion and Q&A will follow.

BLAKE ROBISON is the new Artistic Director of Playhouse in the Park. He comes to Cincinnati with over 20 years of experience as a producer, director, and arts administrator. He has acted on Broadway and directed internationally in France and Germany. He comes to us most recently from the Washington DC area – and he has happily given up on the Nationals and adopted the Reds as his new home team. This season at the Playhouse, he directed The Three Musketeers, the world premiere of Abigail 1702, and The Book Club Play.

FREE!!! Call for Reservations. General seating.

Chair Sandi Kivkovich, sandikivi2@cinci.rr.com, or call 513.861.0004

We ask those who come, to bring an appetizer or beverage to share.

If you go on Jefferson Ave, park your car near intersection with University Ave. (Free parking on Jefferson Ave. / fee at the Garage). Walk toward the campus. Turn left at the rotunda (circle) and go on Commons Way to the 1st building on the right French Hall. Enter the lobby and just follow the signs to room 2225 (Ground Floor).

Important Note: Unless you display a UC decal or Handycap tag, DO NOT park on any campus streets.

French Hall’s actual address is 2815 Commons Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219.

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