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It's not too late to join us for 
Plays by Young Writers!

Sponsored by the Sheila and Jeffrey Lipinsky Family Fund



Playwrights Project

Plays by Young Writers Festival 2016
(Limited availability remaining for public performances!)
January 21st-31st

The Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre 
in the Conrad Prebys Theatre Center at The Old Globe

Reserve your ticket today by calling (858) 384-2970 or emailing write@playwrightsproject.org!
Tickets may also be purchased online here.


Featuring:

Program A
Fronteras Hechas del Dinero
by Jennifer Curiel of Fallbrook

Quarter Cup
by Lani Kording of Costa Mesa

Daisy's Journey
by Sydney Alper of Rancho Penasquitos

Program B
The Acquittal
by Emily Midgley of San Diego

The Tangible Tollbooth
by Alara Magritte Slonaker of San Mateo

The Secret of Adventure
by Koushiki Bhattacharya of Rancho Penasquitos

More information about Plays by Young Writers can be found here.
Here's what people have been saying about this year's Plays by Young Writers: 



"So professional and amazing!"



"Enjoyable, heartfelt plays"



"I really was amazed by the depth of the underlying themes in each of the plays"



"Fresh and original!"

Click here to view the article about Plays by Young Writers featured in last Thursday's Union Tribune
and
click here to view a review of Opening Night by Jean Lowerison!

All photos courtesy of Ken Jacques Photography. 

Descendants of Early San Diego wants your submissions!
Two pieces will be compensated $100 each!

Playwrights Project and Write Out Loud are thrilled to partner with Descendants of Early San Diego for play submissions for production in TwainFest! Submissions of original monologues from 5 to 10 minutes in length are being solicited for possible inclusion in the activities of TwainFest, and possible other educational/entertainment presentations celebrating the targeted historical period. The monologues are to depict real people who actually lived in the Region, share with the audience their stories, and to get a glimpse of life in the 1800's. Previous works have told the story of specific people and explored such topics as: Toys of the 1800's, Women Gambling acceptable in California, the Cattle Industry of Early California, the changing of the flag from Spain to Mexico, and others. 

Please click here for more information and full submission criteria.         
   

Our Sponsors  

  

                                           

Anonymous, Balboa Park Kiwanis Foundation, City of Carlsbad Cultural Arts Office, City of Encinitas and Mizel Family Foundation Community Grant Program, Community Service Association, San Diego Unified School District, the Samuel I. Fox and John Henry Fox Foundation, Sidney E. Frank Foundation, Mrs. Audrey Geisel/Dr. Seuss Foundation, Kinder Morgan, Kiwanis Club of La Jolla, Kiwanis Club of Old San Diego, The Jeffrey and Sheila Lipinsky Family Foundation, Bill and Annie Macomber, Macomber Family Foundation, Mira Mesa Self Storage, The Parker Foundation, The Arthur and Jeanette Pratt Memorial Fund, Allison and Robert Price Family Foundation Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation, ResMed Foundation, The Ariel W. Coggeshall Fund of The San Diego Foundation Malin Burnham Center for Civic Engagement, The Weingart Foundation, US Bank, Mandell Weiss Charitable Trust, and the Gary and Mary West Foundation.  


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