• Free

“Evening of Short Plays No. 41” will present nine new short plays, each written by a member of the Greensboro Playwrights Forum. The program, now in its 27th year, provides playwrights the opportunity to see their work go from page to stage.

This year’s lineup features:

· “Crew 281” by Ian Hairston, directed by Lynne Elliot

· “Don’t Bet Against Hope” by Shelley Segal, directed by Ian Hairston

· “Eclipse Chaser” by Clinton Festa, directed by Andy Ralston Asumendi

· “Falling Free” by Mike Brannon, directed by John Swain

· “Here's Fluffy” by Randy Morris, directed by Adrian Quarles

· “That Day” by Jini Zlatniski, directed by Katie Scott

· “The Best is Yet to Come” by Judy Dove, directed by Carl Grasso

· “The Word of Our Father” by Andy Ralston Asumendi, directed by Randy Morris

· “True Mirror” by Debra Kaufmann, directed by Mike Brannon

Founded in 1993, The Greensboro's Playwrights’ Forum supports local aspiring playwrights in getting published or produced through contacts, marketing, and improving their skill as dramatic writers.

Friday night’s performance will feature a moderated talk back with the playwrights and directors. Admission is free with a suggested donation of $10 at the door.

Upcoming Dates
  • Free
  • In-person
  • All ages
Phone Number
  • 336-373-2974

Stephen D. Hyers Theatre

  • 200 North Davie Street, Greensboro, North Carolina 27401, United States

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