Virtual Stories: New Shorts

2020-07-30 All day

Today’s hottest playwrights have given American Stage access to their unique and entertaining short, 10-minute plays.  These small scale creations come alive on any sized screen!

Live Performances: Thursdays at 8 p.m., July 2 – 30. Two plays per evening plus a chat back with the playwrights, actors and director.

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July 2: Rich Rubin’s “Food for Thought” & Deborah Zoe Laufer’s “You’re Out!”

July 9: Emily Dendinger’s “The Magicians Used to Go Here” & Donna Hoke’s “Survival Strategy”

July 16: D.W. Gregory’s “Three Rings, No Diamonds” & Hal Borden’s “Your Song Remains the Same Old Song Sung Blue”

July 23: John Bavoso’s “Indelible” & Rachel Lynett’s “Pick Me Up”

July 30: Jennifer Blackmer’s “Hear Me Roar” & Jen Silverman’s “Real American Dinner Party”

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