Community Performances

Telling Stories: Students in Transition
Sisters in the System
Written by Tori Rice
Directed by Peter Cirino

Public Performances
Wednesday, March 25 & Friday March 27 at 7:30pm
Tickets: Free, Reservation Required
RSVP to write@playwrightsproject.org or (858) 384-2970

VIP Performance
Thursday, March 26 (by invite only; space is limited this evening)
Reception at 6:30pm; Performance at 7:30pm

Where
San Diego State University Experimental Theatre
5500 Campanile Drive, San Diego, CA 92182  

Immerse yourself in theatre along with two girls navigating juvenile court. The complexity, confusion, and conflicts are almost comical.
 
Student actors from SDSU's School of Theatre, Television, and Film, and SDSU's Guardian Scholars work alongside faculty and local theatre professionals to present a performance of an experimental new play developed in Playwrights Project's Telling Stories program.
 
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Please RSVP by calling (858) 384-2970 or emailing write@playwrightsproject.org.

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Plays by Young Writers Festival
Thank you to everyone who attended the 30th Season of Plays by Young Writers Festival Jan. 22 - Feb. 1, 2015! The festival premiered winning scripts from the statewide California Young Playwrights Contest.

To learn how to submit your play to next year's contest (deadline June 1, 2015), click here: California Young Playwrights Contest.

Information about the 2016 Plays by Young Writers will be posted in Fall.

Click here to read about the 2015 Plays by Young Writers Festival

 

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Playwrights in Process Festival

Playwrights in Process

Festival Sponsored by Bill & Judy Garrett

As part of our Play by Play programs for adult playwrights, we have partnered with Cygnet Theatre to produce its third annual Playwrights in Process: New Play Festival. Four playwrights were slected from 163 submissions.

The festival introduces San Diego playgoers to new works and offers a series of workshops designed to introduce curious audiences to the art of new play development. Facilitated talk-balks with the playwright follows each of the readings.

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This was not our first live theatre presentation but is our favorite so far! The clearly defined characters made it very easy to follow and identify with ... great way of dealing with an important topic...
An excellent production!

~ Middle School Teacher
San Diego

 
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