Halloween New Play Festival

October 29, 2020

Halloween New Play Festival
A Festival of Spooky Play Readings & Workshops
by Brown University students.

October 30 – November 1
Virtual on Zoom & Youtube

Registration is required. 
You will receive the link to the Zoom Webinar in your registration confirmation email. 
http://brown.edu/go/HalloweenPlayFestivalTix

FEATURING:

A staged virtual reading of: 
Garfieldland by Dylan Lewis ’22
Directed by Jarrett Key ’13

– Live on Zoom October 30 @ 6PM EST: A link will be emailed to you upon registration
(post-show discussion following the event)
– Streamable on Youtube October 31 – November 2: (Link provided 10/31)

Welcome to Garfieldland! The amusement park dedicated to everyone’s favorite cartoon cat (not to be confused with the president). Come to Garfieldland to relive childhood memories filled with joy, learn your truest self, and discover the power of play! We look forward to meeting you. See you soon!

Register at: http://brown.edu/go/HalloweenPlayFestivalTix


A staged virtual reading of:
All My Pretty Chickens by Masha Breeze ’22 & Hillel Rosenshine ’22
Directed by Connie Crawford 

– Live on Zoom October 30 @ 9PM EST: A link will be emailed to you upon registration
(post-show discussion following the event)
– Streamable on Youtube October 31 – November 2: (Link provided 10/31)

All My Pretty Chickens (AAll mmmy britty ghikinz) ((All my gritty dickins ??))) is a rehearsed reading over zoom about a farmer and his livestock. It’s basically Macbeth but Macbeth is a sick sick boy and Lady Macbeth is a fishwife. Do you like onions? We have three. Get your tickets now (free!) and claim your complimentary anemic gourd.

Register at: http://brown.edu/go/HalloweenPlayFestivalTix


A reading and live workshop of:
Blue Roses by Clare Boyle ‘20.5
Directed by Caroline Sprague ‘20.5

– Live on Zoom November 1 @ 2PM EST: A link will be emailed to you upon registration

Funerals are f**king expensive. 
Cass knows it. He’s grown up working for his six Polish aunties at the funeral home they run together. At 28, he’s never left their hometown, and he wants out. 
Funerals are f**king expensive. 
That’s why Maria dreams of becoming a mortician and making death care more accessible.  It’s just a hard industry to break into. 
Maybe they can help each other out?

Register at: http://brown.edu/go/HalloweenPlayFestivalTix

 


 

As Brown University continues to monitor COVID-19 we are acessing, planning for and reimagining what our dance and theatre productions might look like in Winter/Spring 2021.