New Artist's Festival: A Family Affair
Well-Known (The Rabbit Hole) and New Works About Family at New Artist's Festival
A team of young theater artists -- two producers, four directors, eight writers and 25 actors, many of them making their New York City debut -- all come together for this year's New Artist's Festival sharing works that convey all sides of one theme: family. Showing on different nights, you can see two full-length plays -- David Lindsay-Abaire's Pulitzer Prize-winning The Rabbit Hole
about loss and Carlos Murillo's Dark Play, or Stories for Boys
about a teenage boy's fictional internet identity -- plus seven new short works written for the festival.
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The last date listed for New Artist's Festival: A Family Affair was Sunday August 10, 2014 / 3:00pm (The Rabbit Hole).
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The Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire, directed by Lindsay Wormser
Dark Play, or Stories for Boys by Carlos Murillo, directed by Jelani Cornick
Seven short plays: two plays directed by Gabriela Ortega: God Forbid by Ethan Cohen and People Like Us by Gabriela Ortega, as well as five plays directed by Esther Cohen: We Were Nothing But Water by Katherine Bove, Save Me a Piece of That by Khana Itkis, Shuffle by Samuel Ravelo Jr., Thanksgivin’ by Anna O’Connell and Blue Uncertain by Alicia Carroll
These plays contain sensitive material, including death of a child, sexual content and foul language.