9th Annual Bay One Acts (BOA) Festival
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Three Wise Monkeys (3WM) Theatre Company is very proud to announce its spirited program of new short plays for the 9th Annual Bay One Acts (BOA) Festival. The festival will take place on February 18th - March 13th, 2010 at Boxcar Theatre in San Francisco. 3WM is delighted by its partnership with co-producing companies Sleepwalkers Theatre, No Nude Men, Piano Fight, Threshold, Playpen and Climate Theatre. Three Wise Monkeys is also thrilled to work with several freelance directors who have a history of dedication to new work. This year's festival features eleven new plays ranging in length from 5 to 30 minutes, split over two programs. Program 1 opens February 18th and Program 2 opens February 25th, and both programs run in repertory for the final two weeks of the festival. Program 1 (Opens February 18th) Generic Play by Edward Luhn Directed by Jill MacLean (Managing Producer, Playwrights Foundation), Query by Ben Fisher Directed by Meg O'Connor (Administrative Director, Playwrights Center/Literary Manager, Cutting Ball Theater) Cather in the Rye (Cancelled) by Jon Brooks Directed by Jessica Holt (Threshold) Reading with Friends by Crish Barth Directed by Paul Cello (Climate Theatre and Instrumental Theatre) Altered Landscape by William Bivins Directed by Claire Zawa (Three Wise Monkeys) The Philadelphian by Sam Leichter Directed by Rob Ready (Piano Fight) Program 2 (Opens February 25th) Three Little Words by Tim Bauer Directed by Alex Curtis (Playpen Theatre) The Great Double Check by Megan Cohen Directed by Claire Zawa (Three Wise Monkeys) Housebroken by Stuart Bousel Directed by Claire Rice (No Nude Men) Nothing Works by Daniel Heath Directed by Amy Clare Tasker (General Manager, Cutting Ball Theater) The Life and Death of Joshua Zweig by Lauren Yee Directed by Tore Ingersoll-Thorp (Sleepwalkers Theatre)
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