Monday, 13 May 2013

Gi60 2013 Live U.S. Announces Play Selection:

Gi60 Live US Edition is proud to announce the fifty plays selected for production at the New Workshop Theatre, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY: performances on June 7 and 8, at 8:00 pm. Tickets: $12.00 (for ticket info, please visit  http://tickets.brooklyncenter.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=34). Playwrights who attend can receive a single comp - all proceeds go to the Gi60 US/UK Collaboration Award, a student scholarship to assist undergraduate theater majors at BC. Our great thanks to everyone who submitted, and we hope to see you at the show! (UK selections will be posted soon - please keep checking this site!)

1)  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 by Aurora Stewart de Pena (Toronto, ON)
2)  The Admitted by Ruben Carbajal (Jersey City, NJ)
3)  Alien Abduction by Thomas J. Misuraca  (Tarzana, CA)
4)  And That’s That by Ron Fromstein   (Toronto, ON)
5) Art in the Afternoon (Corporate Art) by Laurel Lockhart (New York, NY)
6)  The Author by Jim MacNerland (Los Angeles, CA)
7)  The Author's Autopsy by Stacey Lane   (Miamisburg, OH)
8) Back to Work by Kevin Jones (Cardiff, Wales)
9)  Borscht by Anthony Ponzio  (Brooklyn, NY)
10)  Brass Monkeys by Clare Girvan (Exeter, UK)
11) Bully by Aurora Stewart de Pena  (Toronto, ON)
12) A Cold, Chill Night by Amy Gijsbers van Wijk  (Brooklyn, NY)
13) The Credit Card Application by David MacGregor (Howell, MI)
14) Crib Talk by Suzanne Whang (Marina Del Rey, CA)
15)  Cumulonimbus by John Levine  (Berkeley, CA)
16)  Deckchairs by Julian Kaufman  (Woodford Green, UK)
17)  Dissed  by Ivy Vale (New York, NY)
18) Financial Aid by Patrick Gabridge (Brookline, MA)
19) Fishing for Men by Dwayne Yancey (Fincastle, VA)
20) Four Thirty at the Barn by Tim Dincheon (New York, NY)
21)  For the Wrong Reason by Ekaterina Ostrova (Brooklyn, NY)
22) Harvesting Fall Tomatoes by Patrick Galbridge (Brookline, MA)
23) How You've Grown by Ceclia Rakar (Brookline, MA)
24) Info Heaven by Alex Bernstein   (Cranford, NJ)
25) Ira and Irving Adventures by Steve Ansell  (Holmfirth, UK)
26) Is Jim Dead? By Nancy Brewka-Clark  (Beverly, MA)
27) Last Chance Saloon by John Hawkhead (Yeovil, Somerset, UK)
28)  The Longest Minutes by Rosanne Manfredi  (Bayshore, NY)
29)  Love Finds a Way by Mark Harvey Levine (Pasadena, CA)
30)  A Man Alone by Enrique Acosta (Bakersfield, CA)
31)  Mirror Mirror on the Wall by Anthony Ponzio (Brooklyn, NY)
32)  My Buddy John by Meron Langsner (Boston, MA)
33)  Oh Baby! By Jennifer Provenza (Sacramento, CA)
34)  Park Bench by Suzanne Whang (Marina Del Rey, CA)
35)  Persistence Pays by Alan Jozwiak (Cincinnati, OH)
36)  Ripple Effect by Janis Butler Holm (Athens, OH)
37) The Rough with the Smooth by Terry Collins  (Harrogate, UK)
38)  The Runaway by Jiana Manning and the COVO Drama Club. Teacher: Mr. Farrell
                        (Queens, NY)
39)  The Same by Jim MacNerland (Los Angeles, CA)
40)  Sheila Showers by Tom Carrozza (New York, NY)
41)  Skin Deep by Deirdre Fleisher  (Brooklyn, NY
42)  Stage Fright by Mike Flanagan (Cortland Manor, NY)
43)  Steam Rats by Suzann Bailie  (Seattle, WA)
44)  The Thing That Rings by Michele Markarian (Cambridge, MA)
45)  Three by Ramona Floyd (New York, NY)
46)  Trip of a Lifetime by Erin Grogan (Eden, NY)
47)  Tree by Peter Hsieh (San Jose, CA)
48) The United States of Graceland by Liam Cole (Everett, WA)
49)  World War II: A Concise, Illustrated History by John J. Conley (Baltimore, MD)
50) You’re the Best Man by Schylar Westbrook (Brooklyn, NY)

1 comment:

  1. Will the U.K line-up be announced soon, too?

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