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Upcoming productions and events!

Subject to change – check back for updates!

2018:

  • October: part 1 of “Daughter of Chrysalis
  • June: 10 x 10 Festival (NC writers)
  • May: class – “Polishing a play” (getting it ready for submission…)
  • April 14: “Grandchild (nonbinary) of PlaySlam
  • January: class – “Finish Line”, 6 wks- (moving past first-draft…)

2017:

  • December: Bar Plays 3! Fortnight Brewery
  • November 17-19: “Dawn’s Early Light” at The Cary Theatre, a CPF Independent Producers Series / Full Nelson joint
  • October: staged reading (featuring directors and writers from the three 2017 classes below!)
  • September 14-17: SPARKCon Theatre – selections from Son of PlaySlam
  • September 9-30: class – “Directing for Writers” led by Fred Corlett registration info forthcoming
  • August 3-31: class – Playwriting Workshop for Veterans (current or former)

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  • Ongoing monthly (3rd Wed, 7-9pm at the Cary Arts Center) moderated playwrights meetings held immediately after our monthly board meetings. Led by Phil Lewis.
  • CPF Radio Hour: each Tues 9-10pm, live and later via podcast
  • Independent Producers Series: you pitch an original NC-written play production to us, and we help you produce it at resident-company Cary rental rates
  • Occasional readings at a local watering hole or someone’s home
  • Educational workshops
  • Someday… a collaboration between playwrights and visual artists in the area that would integrate the work of local artists into a dramatic work and be performed, if possible, in an environment inclusive of both art forms
  • Participation in the two big Cary outdoor street festivals Lazy Daze and Spring Daze

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One thought on “Upcoming productions and events!

  1. Thanks for doing this! I hope you have enough success to make this an annual event, and the chances are that a series of short plays set and performed in bars will find full and happy audiences there (as they do in Charlottesville). I’m very taken with off-site theatre: if you can’t get the audience to the theater, and many theatre groups can’t, why not take the theatre to the audience.

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