Week Two of New Ideas Festival begins

Maureen Murray, Joshua Clayton, Kate Maguire and Josh Morris in "(En)Lightning" by Catherine Frid. (Week Two - New Ideas Festival 2015)

Maureen Murray, Joshua Clayton, Kate Maguire and Josh Morris in “(En)Lightning” by Catherine Frid. (Week Two – New Ideas Festival 2015)  Photo:  Chloe Whitehorn

Week Two of this year’s New Ideas Festival launches tonight – March 18.  If you saw Week One, you’ll know what to expect: exciting world premiere short plays.  If you missed last week… well, you can still catch Weeks Two and Three.  It’s a whole different lineup of plays each week.

Week Two runs March 18 – 22, with performances Wed – Sat at 8pm, Sat & Sun matinees at 2:30pm, plus a one-time staged reading at noon on Saturday of “Buy My House” by Natalie Frijia.

The Wed – Sun lineup is:

“(En)Lightning” by Catherine Frid, directed by Sandra Burley.
Canis familiaris” by Carolyn Bennett, directed by Brenda Darling.
Sandworms!” by D.J. Sylvis, directed by Stacy Halloran.
You Can Ask Me How I’m Doing” by Norman Yeung, directed by Meg Moran.

"You Can Ask Me How I'm Doing" by Norman Yeung (Week Two - New Ideas 2015)  Photo:  Chloe Whitehorn

“You Can Ask Me How I’m Doing” by Norman Yeung (Week Two – New Ideas 2015) Photo: Chloe Whitehorn

TICKETS:  TICKETS:  $15 per week for performances (all 4 plays).
Saturday Readings are PWYC.
Purchase in advance online at http://www.alumnaetheatre.com/nif-week-two.html

Or reserve seats (phone 416-364-4170 box 1; or e-mail reservations@alumnaetheatre.com) and pay cash (sorry, no credit or debit cards accepted) at the Box Office on arrival.

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