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See one new short play by up-and-coming writers, or as many as three in one evening.
Some 725 plays were submitted for the annual Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival, running July 13-18 on Theatre Row.
A short play festival, produced by Sally Cragin and Victor Dupuis, stage management by Sandy Moyer, lighting design by Marilyn Wales.
`Also, a short play, `Monkeyshines,' will be produced in New York City, as part of Doppelgang Production's Namesake Short Play Festival, Oct.
Literary manager, Sian Summers said: "This is a great opportunity for those who would like to write a short play, to see their work performed, perhaps for the first time, at the festival.
The short play written by Karla Crome explores career options for schoolgirls and is designed to inspire them to aim high and consider careers which often are not associated with women.
CHICAGO: To mark the 25th anniversary of the American Theater Company, artistic director PJ Paparelli commissioned more than 30 playwrights to choose any year of the theatre's existence and write a short play with ATC's mission ("What does it mean to be an American?") as its theme.
Campaigns, called The Last Round, will come in different forms including a rap, short play and a poster campaign at Warwick Road United Reformed Church, Coventry, from 5.30pm.
Among those being performed are "She's Fabulous," a comedy about two actresses providing commentary on a colleague's performance by Neary, which debuted in the Boston Theatre Marathon in 2006, and "Drip," a suspenseful short play set in a psychiatrist's office by Tom Tayler of Melbourne, Australia.
Three choirs will be singing live music from 8pm, and a theatre group will be performing a short play about a young woman going for a HIV test.
The festival, at the Senedd building in Cardiff Bay, included a short play of Ramayana and a variety of performances in vibrant costumes by children of the Hindu faith.