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Go Solo!

In support of our playwrights who create single-actor scripts, we annually present a festival of solo pieces.  Most of these are created through our playwriting program although we do take outside submissions.  


Throughout the past thirteen years, we have presented over 130 new plays by authors from the well-known to the soon-to-be-known. It has been a launching pad for short films (What Came After by Christopher Oscar peña, directed by Tonya Pinkins), for full-length plays (Suddenly a Knock at the Door by Robin Goldfin, directed by David Carson, based on a story by Etgar Keret) and published in short play anthologies (Family of Flechner by Gregory Fletcher; Lunchtime at Westfield High by Nicole Pandolfo, Mae the Magnificent by Margo Hammond; Give & Take and The Hotel Lobbyist by Bara Swain).

Revisit Past Performances here. 

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