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When: 
Thursday, March 22, 2018 - 8:00pm
Friday, March 23, 2018 - 8:00pm
Saturday, March 24, 2018 - 2:00pm
Saturday, March 24, 2018 - 8:00pm
Sunday, March 25, 2018 - 2:00pm
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FREE

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New Visions, New Voices

Produced by Gretchen Smith

This spring playwriting festival, now in its 24th season, presents one staged reading each of a variety of full-length plays written by graduating theatre students.

Each play has only 1 reading -- so don't miss the chance to see one or more of these new scripts.

Thursday, March 22 at 8pm -- WOLF MOTHER by Blaze Hubbell, directed by Claire Carson

Misfits, bikers, healers and ghosts chase each other across the New Mexico desert. The crossroads will be bloody. (120 minutes, intermission)

Friday, March 23 at 8pm -- AIN'T NOBODY'S BUSINESS IF I DO by Caroline Hamilton, directed by Jake Nice

What would make two women murder the town hero in cold blood? And, once all the secrets are out in the open, will anyone be brought to justice? (90 minutes, no intermission)

Saturday, March 24 at 2pm -- ALLIANCE by Eric Berg, directed by Jenna Richanne Hannum

“What if the world is so broken and corrupt that peace has become impossible?”

A 1940s university occupied by the Third Reich. A college campus in 2020 overrun by Neo-Nazis. Six friends fight to survive and flourish without giving in to the politics of fear and hate. (90 minutes, no intermission)

Saturday, March 24 at 8pm -- water from the river is also in the sea & LITTLELAMB by Bella O'Brien, directed by Joanna Coogan

water from the river is also in the sea explores isolation and love as Halo and her friends try to uncover the truth behind fiance Luka's sudden disappearance in the strange new world of America's future. LITTLELAMB is a delicate and tragic story of war, death, and love between a little lamb, a moderately sized lamb, and their shepherdess Betty. (90 minutes, intermission)

Sunday, March 25 at 2pm -- bang bang, or at the end of this play I am going to kill myself, a comedy of the depressed by Katie Ibrahim, directed by Carson McCain Gray

Six friends get together for New Year's Eve. The rules are set, the alcohol is bought, the anxiety is present, and conflict will be avoided at all costs. If only someone had remembered to get dinner... but it’s gonna be a GOOD night, they swear! (120 minutes, intermission)

All of them include adult language and adult situations.

Contact: 

For more information call 214.768.2787