Two short plays by Thomas LeVrier
Sunday, April 27 at 6:30pm
The Off Center, 2211 Hidalgo St.

We’ll be reading two unrelated shorts in this month’s Salon. In VAMPIRE BATS, a college lecture on bats goes haywire as one student takes it to heart. In FRANKENSTEIN AND THE POLIO GIRL, a visiting preacher is coming to make the polio girl drop her brace and walk but her brother knows their drunken father will screw it up somehow.

Tommy LeVrier’s plays have been produced in Los Angeles, Austin, Houston, San Marcos, and Seattle. At Least He Didn’t Die With Antlers On His Head! was produced at the Roy Ayers Theatre in Manhattan in March. Playwrights Edward Albee and Lanford Wilson at Stages Rep in Houston produced two of his plays Rapture Among the Oysters and Jesus and Phoebe. LeVrier was voted a finalist in the Nichol Foundation Academy Screenwriter Award, the same panel that judges the Oscars, for his screenplay Running High and Looking Good.Other awards include the Lone Star Award for Journalism. He is currently getting roles as an actor in Austin including the Dusk Til Dawn TV series.