This year’s festival will present two world-premiere productions along with five staged readings of new works.
Chiara Atik received the Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award for ‘Poor Clare,’ and Makasha Copeland received the M. Elizabeth Osborn Award for ‘Extreme Home Makeover.’
This year’s fest will feature 5 staged readings, 1 full production, and excerpts from a new musical in development.
The festival, which opened on April 26, will feature readings throughout May and June.
South Coast’s rep for developing new work makes another strong showing.
The festival will include three full productions and four staged readings.
South Coast Rep’s venerable new-works fest offers a mellow, writer-focused sampling of fresh material.
The three-day festival will feature two world premiere productions and readings of new work.
Among the offerings at South Coast Rep’s influential new work fest this year were plays inspired by its astonishing diversity.
The human condition gets a workout at 2 festivals: Humana and Pacific Playwrights.