Tenth Annual Free Elementary School Tour Script-In-Hand Series of four free readings of plays in progress Radio Hour Episode 16 a co-production with KUER’s Radio West and our three-show Subscription Series!Read More
Our Giving Tuesday goal is to raise $2,500 between now and December 31, which will ensure our 2022 Subscription Series is fully funded! Our last in-person performance in the Studio Theatre was February 23, 2020: the closing of SINGING TO THE BRINE SHRIMP by Jenny Kokai. We open THE CLEAN-UP PROJECT by Carleton Bluford on February 17,…Read More
Today marks two years since Eric left us. It seems almost impossible that it’s been that long.
We are honored to have been Eric’s artistic home. It seems appropriate to share today that Eric’s entire body of work (well, the plays we could find copies of – his laptop remains an enigma!) has been published by Leicester Bay Theatricals and is now available as THE COLLECTED PLAYS OF ERIC SAMUELSEN.
Four of the eight volumes feature introductions from members of the Plan-B family: Artistic Director Jerry Rapier, Playwrights Melissa Leilani Larson and Matthew Ivan Bennett, and Educator Colleen Lewis.
Read on for the full text of each.
We miss you Eric.Read More
Wallace Thurman was young, gay, and Black. He was at the heart of the Harlem Renaissance and called
Salt Lake City home. “Fire!” premiered as the Wallace Thurman half of Plan-B Theatre’s WALLACE in 2010. Carleton Bluford reprises his role as Wallace Thurman.
Our contribution to the evening is the world premiere of “Stranded,” a 10-minute play by Brandan Ngo, a member of our Theatre Artists of Color Writing Workshop. Commissioned as part of the national Play at Home initiative early in the pandemic, “Stranded” is a wacky comedy about isolation, enbarrassing memories, and imaginary friends.Read More