A writer sitting on a stack of books in the corner of a room full of flying paper.

At one point, William Shakespeare was an aspiring playwright. Find out what upcoming artists are thinking about our world. These exciting, peer-reviewed new plays will each receive a reading and an audience talkback. 

Wednesday, Nov. 30
"Hope" by Lauren Kottenstette, Directed by Shira Dickler (10-minute curtain raiser)
"A Spot of Jasmine Tea" by Oliver Gerland, Directed by Gina Braswell

Thursday Dec. 1
"Foul Play" by Rashed Albinali, Directed by Nolan Carey

Friday, Dec. 2 
Night of Shorts
"Fish and Bear" by Dyllan Moran, Directed by Sean Guderian
"The Book" by Alex Rosenthal, Directed by David Kocina 
"Whitewash" by Ayla Sullivan, Directed by Jashodhara Sen
"Long Days Ahead" by Katie Simonian and Christopher Numme, Directed by Jena Reddy
"Playing House" by Alyssa Sedillo, Directed by Roxxy Duda
"Glasnost" by Kevin Crowe, Directed by Matthew Taylor

Saturday Dec. 3, 2 p.m.
"The Spectrums that Haunt" by Sydney Chinowsky and Sonya Walker, Directed by Niki Tulk

Saturday, Dec. 3, 7:30 p.m.
"We Are The Wake" by Ayla Sullivan, Directed by Alyssa Sedillo

Sunday, Dec. 4
Afternoon of Shorts
"Now Half Off" by Paul Bisesi, Directed by Sarah Halpern
"The Difference Engine" by Johnny Adkins, Nolan Carey and Brett Sullivan Santry, Directed by Alex Markovich
"The Mermaid Story" by Sarah Halpern, Directed by Madelyn Salvucci
"The Fat Phoenix" by Edwin Jordan, Directed by Elise Collins
"Genie Law" by George Hardwick, Directed by Erin Kaplan
 

Wednesday, Nov. 30 7:30 PM

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Thursday, Dec. 1 7:30 PM

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Friday, Dec. 2 7:30 PM

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Saturday, Dec. 3 2 PM Reserve Single Tickets
Saturday, Dec. 3 7:30 PM

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Sunday, Dec. 4 2 PM

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