Old Pueblo Playwrights Presents The 26th Annual New Play Festival
January 19 — 22, 2017
Cabaret Theater — Temple of Music and Art
330 S. Scott, Downtown Tucson

Staged readings of 7 original shows
Thursday, January 19th, 7:30 p.m. Bang, Bang Dead, by Gavin Kayner, directed by Michael C. Sultzbach

Friday, January 20th, 7:30 p.m. The Farm, by Sydney Flynn, directed by Vince Flynn and The Day the Earth Went Dim by Dave Sewell, directed by John Vornholt

Saturday, January 21th, 2:00 p.m. What Do We Do Now? by Sydney Flynn, directed by Vince Flynn and The Grave Digger’s Lament, by Gavin Kayner, directed by Mary Davis

Saturday, January 21st, 7:30 p.m. One Gray Spot, by Phil Levere, directed by Jason Ryder

Sunday, January 22nd, 2:00 p.m. No Admittance, by E. Reid Gilbert, directed by Dave Sewell

No reservations needed — Tickets $7.00 at the door Cash or checks only • call (520) 909-7084 for more information


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January 23: Mokosza And The Mountain, a new full-length play by Klara Wojtkowska; second reading.
January 16:
Tech week for NPF.
January 9:
Rehearsal space if needed; no meeting.
January 2: Organizational/scheduling meeting for writers and directors of the NPF.
Time to renew memberships and pay dues ($36.)

December 5:
Auditions for New Play Festival
December 12: Mokosza And The Mountain, a new full-length play by Klara Wojtkowska.  
December 19: no meeting.
December 26: no meeting.

November 7:
A short radio play by John Vornholt and The Boy Who Cried Wolf, by Sheldon Metz.
November 14: Second reading of short plays by Leslie Powell and Ron Pullins.

We will also have board elections this evening. Consider volunteering for office or think of someone you'd like to nominate.
November 21:
Third reading of Phil Levere's full-length play, One Gray Spot.
This is the deadline for reading plays for New Play Festival.
November 28: 
Reid Gilbert led a workshop on "Acting Interruptions."

October 10: A second reading of Gavin Kayner's play, The Gravedigger's Lament.
October 17: A full-length play, Sir Gawain, by Ron Pullins.
October 24: "So You've Written A Play. Now What?", a panel discussion presented by OPP members. 

The New Play Festival will be the week of January 16 in the Cabaret Theater.