Don’t miss the last Salon of the season!

The Sandreckoner by Dan Dietz
6:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 21st
State Theatre, 719 Congress Ave. (map)

A student. A teacher. A pizza. A gun. An ancient mathematical problem.
A terribly modern tragedy. Just another night in the suburbs. Featuring Ken Bradley, Jeffery Mills, and Rebecca Robinson. Salons will go on hiatus for June and July and will resume with a membership event in August.

Dan Dietz is the former Artistic Director of Austin Script Works. His plays include Dirigible, Blind Horses, Tilt Angel, tempOdyssey, and Americamisfit, and have been seen in New York, Los Angeles, and points in between. Dietz has been honored with a James A. Michener Fellowship, a Josephine Bay Paul Fellowship, and the Austin Critics Table Award for Best New Play. His short plays Trash Anthem and A Bone Close to My Brain were produced at the 2003 and 2004 Humana Festivals of New American Plays, respectively. Trash Anthem received the 2003 Heideman Award from the Actors Theatre of Louisville. His play tempOdyssey received a staged reading at the Public Theater, an Off-Broadway showcase production in the Summer Play Festival, and will premiere at Curious Theatre (Denver), Studio Theatre (DC), Phoenix Theatre (Indianapolis), and NJ Rep next season. Dietz is a Resident Company Member of Salvage Vanguard Theater and a Core Member of the Playwrights’ Center.