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Saturday, October 10, 2020 at 7:30pmVirtual Event
Join us for the 2020 10-Minute Play Festival, the 8th annual performance of short student-written plays in the Department of Performing & Media Arts. This year’s festival theme is Fabrication, featuring five original works. We hope you join us for this digital event! Reserve your free ticket at schwartztickets.com.
October 8, 7:30 p.m.
October 9, 5:00 p.m.
October 10, 2:00 and 7:30 p.m.
This event is free! However, please reserve a ticket and an email with a live link will be sent to you in the 30 minutes prior to event start time.
Spirit Call by Quinn Theobald ‘22
To earn a living, spirit callers let ghosts possess their bodies and chat with their living family. When one dead abrasive mother is summoned, both the callers and the clients consider what it is they are missing in life.
Parenting Tips by Phillip Teixeira DaSilva ‘22
Parenting Tips provides a glimpse into the lives of new parents Beatrice and Susan Fraser as they desperately hunt for the solution to parenting. A cookbook explains exactly how to cook a casserole, so a parenting guide must explain exactly how to parent a baby, right!?
Across the Mississippi by Anna Evtushenko
A woman alone on New Year's Eve grapples with her past. Please be advised that “Across the Mississippi” includes a depiction of death. Contact email@example.com for more information about potentially triggering material.
Night Comes for the North Country by John Colie ‘23
Two travelers wander through a desolate landscape in search of something they have forgotten. A chronicler attempts to retell a story she is not sure she remembers correctly. Each lacking something, they look to each other when nothing else seems worthwhile anymore.
Jodeci for White Girls by Kristen Wright
Lily Graham is a struggling 1990s singer-songwriter who is given the opportunity of a lifetime: to form a boy band and become a star. Inspired by the story of *NSYNC, Jodeci for White Girls is an exploration of Y2K teen pop stardom and the Black genius behind it.