New Ideas Festival 2017 lineup

Alumnae Theatre Company ‘s 29th annual New Ideas Festival (March 8 – 26, 2017) is a three-week juried festival of new short plays, works-in-progress, and experimental theatre with a different program each week.

4 short plays are presented Wed – Sat at 8pm, with matinees on Saturday & Sunday at 2:30pm.  Saturday’s matinee is followed by a Talkback.  In addition, there’s a staged reading of one longer play (approx. 60 mins) each Saturday at noon, also followed by a Talkback.

new-ideas-2017-wk-one-fb-imageWEEK ONE LINEUP (March 8 – 12):

“Call”  by Rosemary Doyle ; directed by Rebecca Ostroff.
Or Not to Be”  by Andrew Batten; directed by Julia Haist,
Teach Her My Name”  by Michael Kras; directed by Paige Foskett.
D-Cup”  by Alicia Payne; directed by Eilish Waller
      Reading (March 11 only):
“Riverkeeper “  by Katherine Koller ; directed by Rebecca Grace.

 

new-ideas-2017-wk-two-fb-imageWEEK TWO LINEUP (March 15 – 19):

“The Red Lacquered Box”  by  Burke Campbell; directed by Lynn Weintraub*
“Parallax”   by Michelle Glennie; directed by Ara Glenn-Johanson.
I Am Awake”  by Anne MacMillan; directed by Sandra Cardinal.
Professionally Ethnic”  by Bobby Del Rio; directed by Rouvan Silogix.
      Reading (March 18 only):
“Who You Callin Black, Eh?”  by Rita Shelton Deverell; directed by Donald Molnar.

* With the permission of the Canadian Actors’ Equity Association

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WEEK THREE LINEUP (March 22 – 26):

Beat” by Dale Sheldrake; directed by Josh Downing.
The Ballad of Sadie Wong”  by Andrew Lee; directed by Cassidy Sadler.
Who Knocks?”  by Connie Guccione; directed by Chantel Martin.
“The Hungriest Woman in the World” by Shannon Bramer; directed by Claren Grosz.

      Reading (March 25 only): 
“Thistlepatch “  by Catherine Frid; directed by Kelsey Laine Jacobson.

 

Tickets for the Festival are $15 per week.  Purchase online at http://www.alumnaetheatre.com/tickets.html, or reserve seats by phone (416-364-4170 box 1) and pay cash on arrival.

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