SPF10: Short Plays Benefiting Interrobang Theatre Project
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All offers for Interrobang Theatre Project's SPF10 (a Summer 10-Minute Play Festival) have expired.
The last date listed for Interrobang Theatre Project's SPF10 (a Summer 10-Minute Play Festival) was Sunday July 17, 2011 / 7:00pm (Auction, Pre-Show Cocktails at 6:00pm).
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Adapted from the popular children's book of the same name, this spoof on the tale of the three little pigs (each with their own individual sense of home construction style) who were pursued by a ravenous wolf, aims to show a different side of the familiar story. In the biggest trial to hit Piggsylvania in quite some time, the Big Bad Wolf is trying to clear his name. Claiming to have been a victim of circumstance -- namely a particularly sneezy cold that caused him to inadvertently blow down some shabbily constructed homes while trying to borrow a cup of sugar -- it's up to you and your little ones to decide whether the Big Bad Wolf is as innocent as he claims to be in this fun, family-friendly musical. Learn More
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- Visit playwright Gregory Moss's website.
Interrobang Theatre Project (ITP) proudly announces SPF10, a midsummer evening of 10-minute plays and fundraiser. Contributing new works to the evening are playwrights Lydia Diamond, Arlene Malinowski, Tanya Saracho, Mat Smart, and Ken Urban. The plays will be directed by Sydney Chatman (The Tofu Chitlin’ Circuit), Keira Fromm (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), Will Rogers (Victory Gardens), Jeffry Stanton (Interrobang Theatre Project), Jaime Totti (Victory Gardens), Adam Webster (The Side Project). Proceeds will support ITP’s fall production and the Chicago premiere of The Argument by Gregory Moss. The evening will culminate with a sneak-peek preview of The Argument.
A pre-show silent auction, raffle, and cocktails will take place at 6 p.m.
About the Ticket Supplier: Interrobang Theatre Project
Interrobang Theatre Project is dedicated to excellence in producing an eclectic array of provocative live theatre that explores the most urgent human and social issues of our time. The project strives to nourish a lifelong passion for the theatre, to champion new and innovative programs to engage our audiences in an ongoing dialogue of ideas, to maintain an environment in which artists can do their very best work, and to uphold theatre and the act of collective imagining as a powerful and vital opportunity to change our world one play at a time.