Our Script-In-Hand Series is hitting the road (well, one block south and three blocks east to the Main Branch of the City Library)!

Short plays-in-progress from our Theatre Artists of Color Writing Workshop – “Guise” by Chris Curlett & “DoLs” by Dee-Dee Darby-Duffin – will be read as part of the Edward Lewis Theatre Festival on Sunday, February 10 at 2pm in the Nancy Tessman Auditorium. Click here for free-but-required tickets.

In “Guise,” two friends explore what it means to be a man in today’s world. And in “DoLs,” two nerdy girls become fast friends in the most awkward situation imaginable. Yes, we know it’s “Guise” and “DoLs” 🙂

Directed by Jerry Rapier. Read by Tyler Fox, Tristan Johnson, Brian Kocherhans, Darby Mest, Katie Jones Nall, Yolanda Stange. Stage managed by Cate Heiner.

We’re up first at 2pm, followed by selections from:
Wasatch Theatre Company’s #MeToo Monologues
University of Utah’s Department of Theatre’s The Lynchpin Life
Canary Down the Mine Theatre’s Let Me Down Easy

Click here for the origin story of the Edward Lewis Theatre Festival, celebrating its 10th anniversary!

KRCL’s RadioActive chat with the playwrights and director at 18:56 at the SoundCloud link below.


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