The New Play Festival
Directed by Ricardo Orta
Feb 15-17 at 7:30 pm
CBC Theatre department will be presenting The New Play Festival as its Winter offering. Performances will be Feb. 15, 16, and 17 at 7:30 pm in the CBC Theatre. This festival, directed by student Ricardo Orta, will showcase the creativity and talent of the students of CBC Theatre.
The evening will focus on four ten-minute plays written by CBC's own playwrights and will also offer monologues and scenes from students who will be competing for the Irene Ryan acting scholarship at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival the following week. . The plays include The Circular Motion of Humanity, written by Rae Iverson, which is about the everyday antics of college students; and The Spoon in the Corner Trilogy, written by Andrew Pogue, which is a series of ten-minute plays with a common theme. These three plots include a couple waiting in purgatory after dying in a car accident; a man receiving a birthday surprise; and an elderly lady mistaking her meal deliverer as death coming to reap her soul.
The festival is rated “R” for adult language.
Tickets are $5, general admission
Ticket outlets are Adventures Underground, J.D.’s Time Center, and the CBC Bookstore
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