BLR's Off the Page Series presents "Embattled: The Ramifications of War"

The BLR's new Off the Page Series brings the poetry and prose published in the Bellevue Literary Review to life through performance by actors from stage and screen.  Join us on October 21 as we present a performance of work from our fall theme issue, "Embattled: The Ramifications of War."

Wednesday, October 21, 2015 ~ 6pm
NYU Langone Medical Center, 550 First Avenue, New York City
Alumni Hall A auditorium
Free and open to the public

Featuring performances by:

Kelly Aucoin

Kelly AuCoin is an award-winning American actor who has appeared in film, television, and theater. He has appeared in several American television series, and currently has the recurring roles of Pastor Tim on The Americans, Gary Stamper on House of Cards, and Bill "Dollar" Stearn on the upcoming Showtime original series Billions, while also frequently appearing on stage in New York and around the country, such as Manhattan Theatre Club, Signature Theatre, Playwrights Horizons, and La Jolla Playhouse. He has had supporting roles in the films The Kingdom, Julie & Julia, and All That I Am, which won the SXSW Special Jury Award for Ensemble Acting.




Jane BradleyJane Bradley is a New York-based actor, voiceover artist & theatermaker. She regularly performs with The Drilling Company, and most recently appeared as ROSALIND in their Shakespeare in the Parking Lot production of As You Like It. Other recent credits include: MARY LOIS in And That's How the Rent Gets Paid at The Kitchen (NYC), and GWENDOLEN in The Importance of Being Earnest at Playhouse on Park (Hartford, CT). Jane is currently assistant directing Austin Pendleton's production of Nora at The Cherry Lane Theater. She is a founding member of The Wet Mariners, a London-based Shakespeare theatre company.


Pre-order the Fall issue here.


Watch "Reading the Body: Live!", the first in BLR's Off the Page Series

Pictures from the BLR's 10th Anniversary Celebration.

Read Danielle Ofri's blog about a past BLR reading.

Please also visit the Bellevue Literary Press events page to see where their writers will be appearing.

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