The new play festival will feature 5 plays and span 3 upcoming Sundays.
The 2 organizations are partnering again after last summer’s success to commission 5 new 10-minute plays.
Included in the announcement are the recipients of $24,000 in micro-grants from the New York City company as well as an upcoming benefit reading.
Cage will work with Cornerstone Theater Company’s Michael John Garcés, while Carter will be with Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Nataki Garrett.
Composer Michael Friedman’s sister, and the executor of his estate, reflects on her role in preserving her brother’s work in an evolving field.
‘Hi! Maintenance.’ by Wright State’s Megan Ledford and ‘Bury the Rest’ by Ohio University’s Skye Robinson Hillis will receive staged readings on ETC’s YouTube page.
This installment of the reading series will feature 3 new plays inspired by the pandemic.
The season will feature works from Lauren Gunderson, Neil Simon, and a TBA world premiere.
The season will feature a world premiere from Kate Hamill and a community tour of a story based on the life of boxer Jack Johnson.
A virtual award ceremony and design exhibition will be held on May 17.