Video: June Guralnick and Brook North Talk ‘Birds of a Feather,’ Sips & Scripts, and Creative Process

June Guralnick was walking down Fifth Avenue, wandered into her favorite bookstore, and stumbled upon a children’s book that set her on a creative journey. What was born out of that afternoon stroll was Guralnick’s play Birds of a Feather, which she calls a cross between Bringing Up Baby and Doctor Who. Hear what Guralnick and playwright/director/actor Brook North have to say about the work, playwriting, and more. Intrigued? You can attend a staged reading of the play on May 5th at Theatre in the Park presented by Sips & Scripts.

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