Through the month of June, The Gallery Players celebrates playwrights and
new works in the The 12th Annual Black Box New Play Festival. Each weekend is a new
experience as The Gallery Players introduces new crops of talent and celebrates its alumni, June 4-28,
Where can a playwright find an outlet? Where can an audience see new works? The Gallery Players
provides both of these in this Festival. Over the years of producing the Festival, we have developed
works by countless playwrights, many of whom continue to work with The Gallery Players each year
to incubate their new ideas. More than 300 plays have appeared in the Black Box New Play Festival
since its inception and this year will bring even more writing and acting talent to the stage. Who
knows what you'll discover in the Box?
Full length plays open and close the festival, with two weekends of original one-acts in between. Free
readings of new plays will take place Saturdays at 3pm.
Click here to purchase a festival pass.
Father Mike by T.J. Edwards.
Directed by Mark Harborth
Nobody Does Carpet Like Bill by Edward Versailles, directed by Barrie Gelles.
Given Our Current Fiscal Crisis by Daniel Damiano, directed by Amanda White.
Unfinished Debasement by Michael Kevin Baldwin, directed by Andrew Firda
Bugs by Rich Espey, directed by Barrie Gelles.
Philosophy 101 by Allan B. Lefcowitz, directed by Chad Yarborough.
Honey & Candy by Lauren Cavanaugh, directed by Justine Campbell-Elliott.
Distastefully Yours by Denis Meadows, directed by Robin Leslie Brown.
Beautiful World by Kevin Christopher Snipes, directed by Seth Soloway.
Inhale by Victoria T. Joseph, directed by Taibi Magar.
In the Shadow of the Lighthouse by Carolina Aguilera, Directed by Dev Bondarin.
Free Readings on Saturdays
Please join us on the following Saturday afternoons at 3pm for free play readings of up-and-coming scripts:
June 13th: The Dog Show by David Ian Lee
June 20th: Dream Wedding by Ellen Orchid
June 27th: Candide by T.J. Edwards
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