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The Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre
at The Old Globe 1362 Old Globe Way San Diego, CA 92101
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Program A

Directed by George Ye

Recommended for ages 11 and older

Full Productions:

 Fairy Tale 

 By Devyn Krevat 

 Age 17, San Diego 

_ A narrator fights for control as his characters highjack the story.


 Thirty-nine to Forty

 By Erica Myrmel 

 Age 15, San Diego 

_ Aaagh! John’s turning the big 4-0! Can he skate past unscathed?


Staged Readings:_*

_ Pound*

 By Matthew Maceda 

 Age 14, San Diego 

_ Some dogs know it’s a “ruff” life.


 Mostly Perfect__*

__ By Heidi Erwin

* Age 13, San Diego

 In a perfect world, senior Ralph Baker rebels to feel alive.


 A Perfect Home_*

_ By Kirra McColl

* Age 11, Encinitas _

 Will they change the course of each other’s lives?


Program B

Directed by Manny Fernandes

Recommended for ages 16 and older


Full Productions:_

 Little Elephant

 By Isaac Dwyer 

 Age 16, Idyllwild 

_ Our strongest binds are the ones we imagine.


 Nine Hours

 By Zoe Kamil 

 Age 17, San Francisco 

_ What if the last two people on Earth have nothing in common.


Staged Readings:

 The Island

 By Carly Cipriano 

 Age 14, San Diego 

_ Will the quirky hermit help rescue shipwrecked sailor?


 Opposite Togetherness

 By Siobhan Snider*

*_ A reclusive old woman meets her opposite… or is he?


Program B contains language and themes that may not be suitable for children under the age of 16.

About the Ticket Supplier: Playwrights Project

The Mission of Playwrights Project is to advance literacy, creativity, and communication by empowering individuals to voice their stories through playwriting programs and theatre productions.

Playwrights Project is a nonprofit organization devoted to arts education. Founded in 1985, Playwrights Project reaches up to 15,000 people annually through programs proven to:

* Teach the power of spoken and written language
* Nurture promising young writers
* Develop theatre artists and audiences
* Honor older individuals by dramatizing their life stories

Along with classroom programs, Playwrights Project conducts the annual California Young Playwrights Contest for writers under the age of 19, and professionally produces the winning scripts. Programs also dramatize stories from the lives of seniors, foster youth, and underserved populations and support the development of emerging playwrights.