Singing Loudly: Black Box

Singing Loudly

Friday, April 08, 2005

Black Box

Playwriting is always a fun in the winter because there are so many fringe fests that occur in the Spring and Summer. The Fringe Fest in Stamford, Connecticut is one of the well respected ones.

This year I don't know any of the playwrights who were selected, but I've heard a little about two of them.

Stamford Center for the Arts' Sixth Annual Fringe Festival of New Plays continues April 7

I think that the tickets are around 15 bucks.

The plays sound interesting:

# The 'D' Word by Susan Barsky, directed by Ted Lambert: April 10 at 2 PM, April 29 at 8 PM and April 30 at 8 PM.

# Who's the Boss Now? by Heather Bucha, directed by Frank Whaley: April 19 at 8 PM, April 20 at 8 PM, April 24 at 2 PM, April 28 at 8 PM.

# The Oysterman's House by Cybele Pascal, directed by George E. Moredock III: April 21 at 8 PM, April 22 at 8 PM, April 23 at 8 PM, May 1 at 2 PM.

The article also describes the play Thicker than Water. If you are in the Connecticut area you should check one or more of the plays out. Nothing makes an aspiring playwright feel better than having intelligent people come and comment on his/her playwriting.


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