Power Lines: New Play Festival

A New Play Festival with Hard Hats
May 4-13, 2017
Ives Hall 119
Plays by James Rich, Victoria Saitz & Ellen Skoniecki
Festival Director - Scott Horstein

For the first time ever! After years of the magmatic Mega Hot New Play Festival readings, we couldn’t contain the lava any longer. Instead of Mega Hot, we’re staging POWER LINES, featuring three short plays written, directed, performed and designed by SSU students…

THE CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE DUMPSTER
By Ellen Skoniecki  I  Directed by Natasha Potts
A most unusual young woman searches for the meaning of life in a dumpster behind a convenience store.

THE TAR
By Victoria Saitz   I  Directed by Jasmin Lewis
What is the scary black substance that is oozing around San Diego?

NUCLEAR HOUSEWIFE
By James Rich  I  Directed by Beth Lovett
1945, somewhere in the desert:  A housewife with bloody hands is interrogated by police about the murder of her husband.

$6
SSU students Free with ID

5/11 - Friends and Family Night. (FFN) SSU Faculty, Staff and Students get in FREE plus standard, senior and visiting student tickets only $5!

 

PLAY it FORWARD

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Event
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Power Lines: New Play Festival
Ives 119
  
Power Lines: New Play Festival
Ives 119
  
Power Lines: New Play Festival
Ives 119
   
Power Lines: New Play Festival
Ives 119
   
Power Lines: New Play Festival
Ives 119
   
Power Lines: New Play Festival
Ives 119