Must-See TV Reading Series: Good Coach / Bad Coach | Not for Profit
About the Event
The Tank has hosted its first-ever Television Writing Program this year. 11 writers and 8 projects, including both full-length pilots and web series, were developed in monthly meetings over the course of the year. Come see readings of we've been working on!
About Good Coach / Bad Coach
Coaches Lammy Rose and Deena McGill contend with unruly students, unfaithful lovers, homophobia and serious margarita hangovers as they usher a small South Carolina high school into the twenty-first century.
Abby Rosebrock is a writer and actress from South Carolina. She is a member of the Youngblood playwrights' collective at Ensemble Studio Theatre and will appear in her play SINGLES IN AGRICULTURE at Dixon Place in September. Abby is co-creator of the webseries MY EX IS TRENDING with Layla Khoshnoudi. www.abbyrosebrock.com
Layla Khoshnoudi is primarily an actress, from Texas. She co-stars with Abby Rosebrock in My Ex is Trending, which can be watched on YouTube!
Theater: My Daughter Keeps our Hammer (the Flea); Men on Boats (Clubbed Thumb).
Film: Makin' Eyes; Long Nights Short Mornings.
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About Not for Profit
Claire and Cassandra are the lowest on the totem pole at a non-profit theater company. The business manager has left and the Artistic Director isn’t around much, leaving Claire and Cass to hold the company together. Plus it looks like Claire’s own theater company isn’t going to make it, and Cass can’t seem to find a ladder to climb anywhere. This new web series is a comedy about a broken business model and the people crazy enough to try to make it work.
By Rosalind Grush and Rachel Jablin
Directed by Josh Luxenberg
Rosalind Grush is the Artistic Director of The Tank. She's been working in theater for a long time and really loves television.
Rachel Jablin is a writer, performer, and longtime company member of PL115. In New York, she has appeared at PS122, HERE, The Chocolate Factory, The Bushwick Starr, and The Incubator. MFA: Columbia University