AND THE WINNERS ARE!

 
PANNDORA'S BOX Lucky 13th Annual New Works Festival


GOD, WAVING 
by Linda Whitmore 
directed by Karen Wray
FRI NOV 1 at 8pm

EAST ROCK 
by Kevin Daly
directed by Pete Taylor
SAT NOV 2 at 1pm

THE DEATH OF HAYDEN WAVERLY, THE MOST POPULAR PERSON IN THE WORLD by Lauren Wimmer
directed by Derek Long
SAT NOV 2 at 4pm

IN MY BONES 
by Doc Andersen-Bloomfield
directed by Sonja Berggren
SUN NOV 3 at 1pm

STILL FIGHTING IT 
by Anna Cain
directed by Pam Paulson
SUN NOV 3 at 4pm

 

HONORABLE MENTION ~
Because we only have one weekend for the Festival and can only present five plays, we give HONORABLE MENTION to five more plays that made it to our TOP TEN:
 

I HEAR YOU by Tracy Chutorian Semler

JESUS FREAK PUNK ROCK FAGGOT by Dave Barton

PARANORMAL LOVE by Jennifer O'Grady

REGULAR JOES by Jennifer Rowland

SIGNATURE PHOTO by Michael Bucklin

 

THE FESTIVAL - NOVEMBER 1, 2, 3, 2019
We are returning to THE GARAGE THEATRE in Long Beach for this year's Festival. The five plays will be read over the first weekend in November, one Friday night and two on both Saturday and Sunday. Stay tuned for more information about the readings of these wonderful plays. Come check out the Festival and let us know your thoughts.
 

For the last 8 years, our productions have come from PANNDORA'S BOX

GLOVE STORY by Ken Pisani (2019), JUPITER MOON  by  Bob Valine (2018), IN KINGS & FOOLS by  Kevin Daly (2017), SWEET TEXAS RECKONING  by Traci Godfrey (2016), MEDUSA UNDONE  by Bella Poynton (2015), FRAGILE THING CRACKS by Ben Jolivet (2014), CATCHING THE BUTCHER by Adam Seidel (2013), and HOOK UPS by Alexandra Petri (2012).

AND NOW A NEW PRODUCTION !

We got lucky this year and we get to put on a second production out of last year's PANNDORA'S BOX 12TH ANNUAL NEW WORKS FESTIVAL.

 
 July 1967. The Summer of Love. Spokane, Washington. 47-year old Ada "Kathleen" Bower, hardened from decades of outrunning a pack of inner demons, answered an unexpected knock on her front door to find her long-lost son poised on the threshold with a hand outstretched. Equal parts disgusted and horrified, she slammed the door on him. Mother and son never saw each other again. 
 

What if Kathleen had let Charlie Manson in?

With Joshua Evans, Olive & Lulu Freese, Caitlin Lowerre, Pete Taylor, and Karen Wray
directed by Sonja Berggren

Tickets available now!


Buy Tickets     OPENING NIGHT / CLOSING Matinee


Buy Tickets     REGULAR RUN


Buy Tickets     GROOVY THURSDAY, Oct. 17th


 

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