Black Box New Play Festival Week 2
About Black Box New Play Festival Week 2
THANKS TAKING by Art Walsh, directed by Justin Braun
Four grown children are shocked by what their mother tells them at their annual Thanksgiving dinner.
THE UNIVERSE IS CALLING by Michael Bille, directed by Mark Gallagher
Two men of different ages, backgrounds and circumstances meet in a specialty Manhattan sandwich shop and form a unique bond as they share stories of life, love, and mortality.
(IN)SECURITY IN PERPETUITY by Deborah Chava Singer, directed by Glenn Girón
A woman tries to navigate her way through bureaucracy, academic culture, and an existential crisis, all in her quest to graduate, or to start with – just get the required forms signed.
VACANCIES by Scott C. Sickles, directed by Whitney Stone
A flood has forced Carol and Graham to seek refuge at a motel. Their marriage already strained, Carol also blames Graham for a tragic act of negligence.
SEX by Greg Hovanesian, directed by Ted Thompson
A man and woman lie in bed. As they lie, they talk. And they may begin to wonder: do I really know this person lying next to me?
KILLING TIME: WHAT WE DO by Stephen J. Kudless, directed by Mike Mroch
Seth and Dolores know that something is terribly wrong in their lives and they punish each other and themselves for it.
THE PIECE by Lawson Caldwell, directed by Gabrielle Giacomo
Lucille Anders is a world renowned artist who hasn't presented a new piece of art in three years, but The Piece is not what everyone was expecting.
2 hours 30 minutes including intermission