I’ll be taking my new play I, MY RUINATION to Cape Cod Theatre Project this summer. It’s a play I’ve been working on for a couple years and this will be the first chance to develop it.
Press release HERE.
Kevin Artigue‘s I, My Ruination closes the season with his exploration of Elia Kazan‘s decision to name names. Three months after appearing before the House Un-American Activities Committee and refusing to call out communists, Kazan is summoned back to Washington. On the eve of his testimony, he is visited by Arthur Miller, who persuades Kazan to face his accusers and call them out on the truth. Kazan and his wife Molly must decide between confronting his accusers or betraying his ideals. An alum of Interstate 73 and The Public Theater‘s Emerging Writers Group, Artigue’s plays have been performed and developed with South Coast Rep, Page 73, The Public Theater, NYTW, Long Wharf Theatre and the Playwrights’ Center. Artistic Director Hal Brooks directs the stage readings of I, My Ruination which will be presented on July 23 & 25 at 7pm.