Third Avenue Playhouse (TAP) will continue its PlayWorks online reading series April 2, 7 pm, with A Lost Leonardo by David Davalos.
The play is a fictionalized account of the time when Leonardo da Vinci was struggling with questions about his identity and the responsibility creators bear to and for their creations. After suffering a major artistic disappointment in Milan, he seems to have renounced art and instead worked briefly as a military engineer for the ruthless Cesare Borgia. But after his time with Borgia, Leonardo returned to art and created his Mona Lisa masterpiece. A live talkback with the cast, director and playwright will follow the reading.
Admission to the reading is free, but donations are appreciated. Register at thirdavenueplayhouse.com to receive a link.