Yale Playwrights Festival 2015
Two (2) Days. Five (5) new Plays. Zero (0) cost of admission.
Morse-Stiles Crescent Theater 304 York Street
FRIDAY, February 27, 2015
2 pm FICTION, by Edward Columbia ‘18.
Directed by Gabrielle Hoyt-Disick ‘15.
Mentors: Donald Margulies & Itamar Moses.
5 pm SUNDAY MORNING, by Abigail Carney ‘15.
Directed by Jacob Osborne ‘16.
Mentors: Barbara Hammond & Jeanie O’Hare.
SATURDAY, February 28, 2015
2:30 pm DREAM OF A DRAGON WOMAN, by Crystal Liu ‘16.
Directed by Natalie Rose Schwartz ‘17.
Mentors: Margaret Spillane & Alice Tuan.
4:30 pm ANOUSH, by Eric Sirakian ’15.
Directed by Irina Gavrilova ’17.
Mentors: Daphne Brooks & Neal Bell.
7 pm EXCEPTION TO THE RULE, by Dave Harris ‘16.
Directed by Donald Woodson ‘16.
Mentors: Deborah Margolin & Edwin Sánchez.
Presented by Yale Theater Studies and the Office of the Dean of Yale College with the generous support of the Marina Keegan Fund.
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