Friday, January 30, 2009

February: Fresh Ground Pepper

Baby, it's cold outside. And we at Fresh Ground Pepper have just the remedy for your shivering soul. 

Come one, come all, to our Salon D'Hiver!

What is a salon d'hiver, you ask? Well, howsabout a vocab lesson!


Sa·lon, n.

1. A large room, such as a drawing room, used for receiving and entertaining guests. (Check)

2. A periodic gathering of people of social or intellectual distinction. (Did you SEE January's open mic? We are a fierce bunch!) 

3. A hall or gallery for the exhibition of works of art. (Check, check, and check!)

4. A commercial establishment offering a product or service related to fashion. (Okay, we'll ignore this one)


Hi·ver, n. 

 1. winter, en francais!


The Centrifuge is very excited to invite you to February's Fresh Ground Pepper! On Friday, February 6th, we will be hosting a night of play readings by two incredibly talented playwrights.


What You Are 

by Alex Johnson

 Starring: Lauren Albert, Stevo Arnoczy, Nigel DeFriez, Maxwell Eddy, Audrey Hailes, Patty King, Emma Koenig, Alex Kveton, David Morris, Justin Nestor, and Chinaza Uche




Animal Farm by Snowball

by Andrew Farmer

Starring: Sylvi Arndt, Alex Coppola, Grace Folsom, Sanaz Ghajarrahimi, Rafael Goldstein, Eddie Gutierrez, Laura Lashley, James Monaco, Max Reuben, and Andrew Scoville


The Date: Friday, February 6th

The Time: 7:00-11:00 pm

The Place: The Cell Theatre on 23rd Street between 8th and 9th.

What to Bring: Your ears, your minds, and your artistic appetites.

Cost: FREE!


As always, some cheap and winter-worthy refreshments will be served. 

We look forward to casting away this winter gloom with you on this night of exciting new work.

See you at the Salon!