Thursday, 17 May 2012

Gi60 Live US Edition Announces Plays for 2012 Festival!!


Gi60: Live U.S. Edition is delighted to announce play selections for 2012. The following plays will be produced at the New Workshop Theater, located at Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY, on Friday June 8 at 8:00 pm, and Saturday June 9 at 8:00 pm. For further information and reservations, please call (718) 951-5000  X 2768. For directions to the venue, please visit the Brooklyn College homepage. Artistic Director Steve Ansell and Gi60: Live UK Edition will be announcing their play selections separately (and soon!).  For playwrights who live outside of the New York City area, stay tuned to this site for updates on live streaming the US event!


All proceeds from the Gi60: Live U.S. Edition go to a scholarship fund to support theater students at Brooklyn College. Every playwright who would like to attend will be offered one comp ticket, and we regret that we cannot offer multiple comps because of our fundraising efforts to help students. Tickets are $10.00, seating is general admission, and each performance will be filmed, edited, then uploaded to the Gi60 Channel on YouTube by early September. Congratulations, thank you for the wonderful plays you've shared with our terrific company of actors and directors, and we hope to see you at the event (reservations are STRONGLY recommended!).
All the best,

Directors: Rose Burnett Bonczek, Anthony Ponzio, and Michael Colby Jones



Gi60 2012Live US Edition
Play Selections
1) Amazing TV Stars by Rosanne Manfredi (Bayshore, NY)
2) At the Hotel Huis Clos (No Exit) by Meron Langsner (Boston, MA)
3) The Art of Conversation by Emily Lawrenson (Barcelona, Spain)
4) Believe in Me by Roger Collins (Cincinnati, OH)
5) Better Than Birds by Robert Montgomery (New York, NY)
6) Bitches on Good Behavior by Stacey Lane (Miamisburg, OH)
7) The Box of Darkness by John Hawkhead (Somerset, UK)
8) Choosers by James McLindon (Northampton, MA)
9) Christmas Tree by Hugh Cardiff (Dublin, Ireland)
10) The Cock and Dragon by Mark Konik (Warners Bay, Australia)
11) Conveyor by David Muncaster (Cheshire, UK)
12) Deviation by Jay Nickerson (Brooklyn, NY)
13) Disrepair by Jim MacNerland  (Los Angeles, CA)
14) February 15th by Robert Boatride (New York, NY)
15) Four Epics and a Critic by C.J. Ehrlich (Chapaqua, NY)
16) Garage Sale by Bruce Shearer (Melbourne, Australia)
17) Have We Met? by Steve Ansell (Yorkshire, UK)
18) The Interview by Trace Crawford (Hilliard, OH)
19) It’s My Scene by Lucy Avery Brooke (New York, NY)
20) June 24, 2011 by Rosanne Manfredi (Bayshore, NY)
21) King Kwik by Alex Bernstein (Cranford, NJ)
22) The Lighthouse by Julian Kaufman 
23) Love at First Fight by Miles Butler (Brooklyn, NY)
24) Madame Seer Sees All by Arthur M. Jolly (Marina del Rey, CA)
25) The Most Powerful Doppler in the Tristate by Roger Brookfield (Cheviot, OH)
26) Nothing Else Matters by Anthony Ponzio (Brooklyn, NY)
27) On Facebook by Teddy Rodriguez (Lubbock, TX)
28) The Other Portrait by Chip Tolson (Minehead, UK)
29) Overheard at a Jersey City Bus Stop by Ruben Carbajal (Jersey City, NJ)
30) Overheard at Scotiabank Plaza by Aurora de Peña (Toronto, ON)
31) Pastport by Tom Carrozza (New York, NY)      
32) The Play by Aurora de Peña (Toronto, CA)
33) S.L. Daniels in This Universe by S.L. Daniels (Chicago, IL)
34) Soulmating by Ivy Vale (New York, NY)
35) Speed Dating by Ruben Carbajal (Jersey City, NJ)
36) Story-toppers by Ekaterina Ostrova – (Brooklyn, NY)
37) Suggestive by Andrea Fleck Cardy (Jamaica Plain, MA)
38) Sunset in North Dakota by Dwayne Yancey (Fincastle, VA)
39) Sweet Delilah by Ramona Floyd (New York, NY)
40) Traffic Stop by James McLindon (Nothrhampton, MA)
41) Tres Sors by Helen Huff (New York, NY)
42) Two by Ramona Floyd (New York, NY)
43) Two Old Men by Robert Boatride (New York, NY)
44) Under the Covers by Alan Jozwiak (Cincinnati, OH)
45) The Uniform by Dwayne Yancey (Fincastle, VA)
46) Welcome Home by Bill Grabowski (Huntington Station, NY)   
47) Why Babies Are Born Crying by Catherine Russo (East Islip, NY)
48) With by Mark Harvey Levine (Pasadena, CA)
49) A World Away by Jonathan Joy 
50) Written on Valentine's Day 2012, Waiting for Vietnamese Food by Philip Dawkins
(Chicago, IL)

1 comment:

  1. Nice line-up! How many plays in total were submitted this year?

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