whiteShow* times / Trinty / Studio
Thurs. May 30 - 9 pm
Fri. May 31 - 8 pm
Sat. June 1 - 4 pm and 8 pm
Mon. June 3 - 8 pm
Wed. June 5 - 8 pm
Thurs. June 6 - 7 pm
Sat. June 8 - 2 pm and 6 pm
*Not wheelchair accessible
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6 ten-minute plays in one show (akin to seeing site specific plays as you watch shows between the Alumnae Trinity and Studio spaces):
1. Extended Time by Beth Novick / 2. It Takes A Village by Faith De Savigne´ / 3. Three Lotus Flowers by Kay Adshead / 4. The Sum of Your Experience by Trace Crawford / 5. Catch A Falling Knife by John A.D. Fraser / 6. Wine Night by Rhiannon Ciara Houch
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extended time by beth novick
Detentions can derail or they can disarm. A poignant drama.
Director: Radoslav Ognjenovic
Featuring: Sophie van Bastelaer, Max Joh-Carnella
it takes a village by faith de savigne
Tough love or misplaced benevolence. You decide.
Director: Bruce Williamson
Featuring: Alison Collins-Mrakas, Adrian G. Grigoras, Connie Guccione, Joseph Thomas, Salma Dharsee
three lotus flowers by kay adshead
Based on accounts of forced late term abortions carried out by authorities, this is a piercing and disturbing monologue.
Director and Performer: Sundance Nagrial
the sum of your experience by trace crawford
Your money or your life? You can't get away with both. All of us are, after all, the sum of our experiences. Think the ‘Twilight Zone’.
Director: Sharon Kirby
Featuring: Robert Wilson, Radissen Ramoutar
Rehearsal Stage Manager: Grace Faria
catch a falling knife by john a. d. fraser
Do you like your plays filled with intrigue? All good plays are mystery plays.
Director: Daniel Austin-Boyd
Featuring: Alex Stamp, Izzi Nagel
wine night by rhiannon ciara houch
A play that will get you thinking about today’s ‘Call-out Cutlure’.
Director: Jeffrey Kennes
Featuring: Natasha Fiorino, Emily Schooley, Sam Mercury, Max Cameron Fearon, Maxx Finklestein