A professional ensemble will perform a dramatic reading of Heart-work, a new play by Scott G. Hartman, a graduating MFA Writing for Stage and Screen student.
It’s Paris, 1902. Torn between the exacting dictates of his Master, the sculptor Rodin, and his own artistic ambitions, the young poet, Rainer Maria Rilke, struggles to find his true voice as a writer. When he is then cast out of Rodin’s inner circle, he must turn to the women in his life to show him the way..
This event will be held at the Sharon Arts Center in Peterborough, New Hampshire.
Contact: New Hampshire Institute of Art