Hudson Stage announces a staged reading of the hilarious new play, HUMAN ERROR, by Eric Pfeffinger and directed by Jessi D. Hill on Friday, December 15th at 7:30pm, Whippoorwill Theatre, North Castle Public Library, Kent Place, Armonk, NY. Suggested door donation of $10. No reservations necessary. A Q&A will immediately follow with the participating artists.

Madelyn and Keenan are NPR-listening, latte-sipping, blue-state liberals, while Heather and Jim are NRA-cardholding, truck-driving, red-state conservatives. After the fertility clinic goofs and their embryos get mixed up, can these polar opposites make it through nine months of gestation together without killing each other? Join us for the festivities!

HSC previously produced a staged reading of Mr. Pfeffinger’s WHERE MEN ARE EMPTY OVERCOATS which was subsequently published and produced widely. His plays have been produced by the Humana Festival of New American Plays, the Denver Theatre Center, the Geva Theatre Center, the Phoenix Theatre, InterAct, and the Source Festival.He’s developed new work with PlayPenn, Page 73, the Lark Playwrights Week, the Colorado New Play Summit, the Orlando Shakespeare Festival’s PlayFest, Red Bull, Chicago Dramatists, and Rattlestick Theater. Eric lives in Toledo, Ohio, and enjoys a robust midwestern humility.

JESSI D. HILL has directed new work at New York Theatre Workshop, The Public Theater/Joe’s Pub, The Playwrights’ Center, A.R.T, Primary Stages, Labyrinth, The Women’s Project, 59E59, The New Group, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Culture Project, The Acting Company, The Barrow Group, New Dramatists, The Lark, New Georges and others. Her work has been seen internationally in Edinburgh, London, New Zealand, Berlin and Hamburg. She is Artistic Associate for Flying Carpet Theatre and Literary Team Director at Rattlestick Playwright’s Theater.

This event is made possible by ArtsWestchester with support from Westchester County Government. Actors appear courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association, the playwright is a member of the Dramatists Guild and Ms. Hill is a member of the SDC.

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