Garret Jon Groenveld and Cast Reads "Take a Bow" Expo Presents: Transposition

In our final episode of our first season, listen to "Take a Bow," by playwright Garret Jon Groenveld, joined by Rudy Guerrero and Jason Frasier.  Read the issue free online at: About the Readers: Garret Jon Groenveld is a poet and playwright living in San Francisco, California, with an MFA in Poetry and an MA in Playwriting from San Francisco State University and studied with Edward Albee at the University of Houston. He’s a founding writer of PlayGround and an inaugural member of the Writers in Residence program at the Playwrights Foundation. His plays include Missives  (BAPF 2004, prod. Theatre Rhino ’05, 59E59 ’08), The Serving Class (GAP ’10), The Hummingbirds (GAP ’12, Internationalist Global Playwrighting Prize, prod. Romania, Spain, Mexico), The Empty Nesters (commercial tour continues in Los Angeles in Sept. ‘20) and Disbelief (SF May ’20 – for tickets). ONE – Rudy Guerrero – BRIAN – Jason Frasier  STAGE DIRECTIONS – Garret Jon Groenveld  LINKS Garret Jon Groenveld – New Play Exchange: Garret's Play, Missives on Parsnip Ship: Rudy Guerrero Playground San Francisco / LA Exposition Review Submission Guidelines:  Exposition Review's presentation, Unlocking LA: Creativity in the time of COVID, at LitCrawl on Saturday, October 24 at 3:30pm. Acknowledgements Thank you to Alexander Blu for intro and outro music, and the generous donations from our supporters that allow us to pay our authors.  Exposition Review is a fiscally sponsored project of Fractured Atlas.  Sounds used:  "Phone_ring.wav" by Adam_N "Shop door bell.wav" by 775noise "Wind, Realistic, A.wav" by InspectorJ SF Street Sounds by dggrunzweig "sad song non copyright" by NALALIONGIRL – Hosted by Laura Rensing
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