Join Clark University for the production of punkplay when the curtain rises on November 11. What is punkplay? It’s a survey of the music, writing, politics and more all rolled into a coming-of-age story on wheels. Written by Gregory Moss, directed by Raymond Munro.

Starts each night at 8:15 p.m. with local music preceding at 7:30 p.m. Runs Nov. 11 through 13 (Nov. 14 at 3 p.m., no bands) then Nov. 18 thru 20 at the Michelson Theater, 950 Main Street, Worcester. $5 (free with college ID).

Meet the playwright on opening night, Thursday, November 11, PLUS Opening up for punkplay will be Worcester’s own Numbskulls! 508-793-7356 for confirmation of times or reservations.

Meet the Playwright
Gregory Moss is a writer and performer from Newburyport, Mass. He holds an MFA from Brown University’s Graduate Playwriting Program. Recent plays include sixsixsix; garden, garden; Billy Witch; House of Gold; The Argument; Some Obvious Examples of Everyday Life; and punkplay. His work has been developed with or produced by Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, Red Eye, The A.R.T., The Hangar, Empty Space, Playwrights Horizons, PlayPenn, Soho Rep and New York Theatre Workshop. His collaborations with filmmaker Roger Warren Beebe have been screened widely at film festivals both in America and abroad.

Stop by for what will surely be a lively discussion! Thursday, November 11, 7:30-10:30pm