Monday, 30 May 2011

Gi60 2011 selected plays

This years plays...
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Gi60 2011: Final List of Plays for U.S. Venue:

1. And What a Fine Morning It Is, Trace Crawford  
2. Basket, Ron Burch, Los Angeles, CA
3. Cheaptix, Rosanne Manfredi, Bay Shore, NY
4. Cheer Up! Miles Butler, Brooklyn, NY
5. Checkered Past, Stacey Lane, Miamisburg, OH
6. Chicken on the Side of Road, Dwayne Yancey, Fincastle, WV
7. Circle of Star, Bruce Shearer, Melbourne, Australia
8. The Clown History of Warfare, John Lordan, Evanston, IL
9. Collar Bones, Tim Ericksson, New York, NY
10. The Cowboy and Jester, Rand Higbee, Hager City, WI
11. Cycles of the Moon, Jae Kamisen
12. The Dark, Aurora Stewart de Peña, Toronto, Canada
13. Deep Into October, Dwayne Yancey, Fincastle, WV
14. Do-Wop Ditty, Patricia Lin, New York, NY
15. A Drink w Myself, Victoria Daly, New York, NY  
16. Dog Walkers, Fordhollow              
17. Exit, Ruben Carbajal, Brooklyn, NY
18. A Foggy Day in a Certain Part of Scotland, Mark Harvey Levine, Pasadena, CA
19. Fork Peter Etherington, Leeds, UK
20. Freshman Experience, Dan Morra, Middletown, PA
21. The History of Dance, Alex Dremann, Philadelphia, PA
22. Illness, Jim MacNerland, Los Angeles, CA
23. Inside Out, Steven Ayckbourn, Scarborough, UK
24. The Last Sliver, Catherine Noah, Medford, OR  
25. Life is a Game Show, Joe Fontana Brooklyn, NY
26. Losing on the Winning End, Sonora Chase, New York, NY
27. Head Screw, Alan Jozwiak, Cincinnati, OH
28. Maggie, Alex Bernstein, Cranford, NJ
29. Mound Conference, Tom Moran, Fairbanks, AK
30. My Best Friend, Yohanan Kaldi, Tel Aviv, Israel
31. Nothing, Kevin Clyne, Bethpage, NY
32. Palintology, Steve Ansell, Leeds, UK
33. Parent Teacher, Arthur M. Jolly, Marina del Rey,CA  
34. Pass the Green Beans, Rhea McCallum, Downey, CA
35. Pizazzoline, Tom Carrozza, New York, NY
36. The Recycling Gang, Ivy Vale, New York, NY
37. A Relief, Jenny Grosdas, London, UK
38. Slow As You Can, Steve Kaliski, Brooklyn, NY
39. Soapbox, Eoin Carney, Pittsburgh, PA
40. So You Know, Ron Fromstein, Toronto, CA
41. Spading, Alex Broun, Greenwich, Australia
42. Spying, Sara Farrington, Brooklyn, NY
43. Tech No Language, Mack Exilus , Queens, NY
44. Voice and Dictation, Helen Huff, New York, NY
45. Vows, Claudia Haas, White Bear Lake,MN
46. Walking Into the Dawn, John Hawkhead, Somerset, UK
47. Wave Farewell, Hugh Cardiff, Dublin, Ireland
48. Welcome Back Home, Frank Solorzano, Brooklyn, NY
49. When, Anthony Ponzio, Brooklyn, NY
50. World Dissosiaton, Robert Castle, Collingswood, NJ

Gi60 2011: Final List of Plays for UK Venue:

1. Tim Eriksson, More Than Words, New York, NY
2. Luke Galloway, Gone in 60, Harrogate, UK
3. Matt Johnson, Lamenting Darkness, Harrogate, UK
4. Anthony Ponzio, Open, wide, New York, US
5. Aurora Stewart de Peña, Birds, Toronto, Canada
6. Jordan Tucker, The Duel, Pontefract,UK
7. Ron Morelli, Paper Cut, Michigan, USA
8. Hedley Brown, The Skeptical Skeptic, Leeds, UK
9. Amy L Bernstein, Here, then gone, Baltimore, Maryland, US
10. Lorna Poustie, Intermission
11. Kieran Borchard, Cuts, Harrogate North Yorkshire, UK
12. Ray Castleton, The Interview, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, UK
13. Alex Bernstein, A Qualified apology, Cranford, New Jersey, NJ
14. Joel Dean, Playwright, York, UK
15. Mack Exilus, 90% vs 10%, Queens, New York, US
16. Dwayne Yancey, Christmas Music, Fincastle, Virginia, USA
17. Terry Collins, The Power of Negative Thinking, Harrogate, UK
18. Richard Nathan, KETRULIS, THE ELDER GOD
19. Amy Ignatow, Friendly, USA
20. Anton Krasauskas, Fear of filing, Castleford, UK
21. Olivia Arieti, Discounts, Italy
22. Yohanan Kaldi, Martha... Martha, Tel Aviv, Israel
23. Emily Lawrenson, Giftwrap, Harrogate, UK
24. Rosanne Manfredi, Thoughts on a funeral, Bay Shore New York, US
25. Catherine Russo, Java jibberish, Medford, New York, USA
26. Meron Langsner, The One Minute, Non Musical, LA BOHEME for one or more actors, USA
27. Mark Harvey Levine, Pickles, Pasadena, California, USA
28. Joel Dean,Pickles, York, North Yorkshire, UK
29. Steven Ayckbourn, Trip of a lifetime, Scarborough, UK
30. Steven Ayckbourn, Outside in, Scarborough, UK
31. Laurel Lockhart, Jim, New York,US
32. David Clegg, Wind Blown Cherry Blossoms, Harrogate, UK
33. Thomas J. Misuraca, Last Date First, Tarzana, California, USA
34. Altenir Silva, Life, Love, Lost, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
35. Ron Burch, Beer Fairy, Los Angeles, CA, US
36. Eoin Carney, Talk, Pittsburgh, USA
37. Ibrahim Baba Lawan, The Fun 2011, Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
38. Will Keyes Byrn, One Pain Is Less'ned By Another's Anguish, Sydney, Australia
39. Alex Dremann, A Tragic Story, Philadelphia, USA
40. Nancy Lombardo, It isn't everyday, New York, US
41. Rose Burnett Bonczek, Pirate's Day, Brooklyn, New York, USA
42. Aaron Alon, Devine Justice, Pearland, Texas, USA
43. Alex Bernstein, Nothing, Cranford New Jersey, USA
44. Jess West, Lost Bag, York, North Yorkshire, UK
45. Liberty Hutchinson, Cat & dog, York, North Yorkshire, UK
46. Ted Wenskus, Budget from Hell, Rochester, New York, USA
47. (Yr5) St Francis’ Catholic Primary School, The Baddest Boy in Town, London, UK
48. Jordan Tucker, The Epic Struggle, Pontefract, UK
49. Jasmine Bown, Soundtrack, Dominican Republic
50. Oscar Allen, Sci-Fi Soap Opera, Otley, West Yorkshire, UK


  1. Will this be the running order for each performance? And will these be recorded and posted on YouTube as in previous years?


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