2015 Gainesville Homegrown Local Playwrights’ Showcase

December 3-6, 2015; various times

Our 2015-2016 Season will mark the third anniversary of this not-to-be-missed event! For audiences, it’s the opportunity to see staged readings of local authors’ plays here– first– before they hit the big time! For local playwrights, it’s the opportunity to see how your play works with real actors and real audiences so that you can tweak it before submitting it for consideration as a mainstage event.

In prior years, we’ve enjoyed

Outside Daughter by Ann Magaha
After the Drums by Chuck Lipsig
Sandwich by Violet Asmuth

Small Town Knights by Chuck Lipsig
The Shortcut by Kenneth Brown and Rachel Wayne
Rest in Pieces by LeRoy Clark
The Truth about Joshua by LeRoy Clark

2014’s winner, Small Town Knights by Chuck Lipsig, was revised, revamped and renamed to Hometown Knights, and will appear on our stage in January.

This year’s selections include:

Thursday, Dec 3, 8:00 PM
Turning Tables
a farce written by Esteban Alvarez, directed by Carolyne Salt

Friday, Dec 4, 8:00 PM
Touching Paradise
written and directed by John Bollinger

Saturday, Dec 5, 8:00 PM
The Case of the Missing Numbers & The Serpent’s Tooth
written & directed by Shamrock McShane

Sunday, Dec 6, 5:00 PM
One Act Stand – a series of one-act plays
Buffalo 8, written by Shannon Singley, directed by Chuck Lipsig
The Fox, written by Suellen and Nolan Carey, directed by Meagan Reagle
Same Old Song, written and directed by Sloane Henry

Sunday, Dec 6, 8:00 PM
The Mad Scientist and His Wonderful Children
a musical written by Chuck Lipsig
directed by Chuck Lipsig and Jessica Arnold
original music by Joshua Lederman

Tickets for individual events are $10 each (Shamrock’s two shows and One Act Stand are considered individual events). However, a single, solitary $20 all-access pass gets you in to ALL events. Because we do not have assigned seating, we recommend you arrive 30 minutes before showtime to secure your seat.

To get your all-access pass use the button below– four days, five events and EIGHT shows, all yours for less than $2.50/show. Tickets for individual shows available at the door.

No events