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New Plays and Auditions Set for 2013 FutureFest
DAYTON -- FutureFest is an annual festival of new plays presented by the Dayton Playhouse. This year’s festival will be July 26-28. During the three-day festival, audience members join the playwrights and professional adjudicators in viewing, and reviewing, six new scripts presented half as staged readings and half as fully staged productions.
The Dayton Playhouse received 190 eligible scripts from across the country for this year’s FutureFest.
Here are the six finalists along with their performance schedule:
A Position of Relative Importance by Hal Borden of Philadelphia (fully staged performance July 26, 8 p.m.)
Veils by Tom Coash of New Haven, Connecticut (staged reading July 27, 10 a.m.)
The One with Olives by Sam Havens of Houston, Texas (staged reading July 27, 3 p.m.) Havens also wrote Curve which was a finalist in 2012 FurtureFest.
On the Road to Kingdom Come by Michael Feely of Woodland Hills, California (fully staged performance July 27, 8 p.m.) Feely’s play Night and Fog won the festival in 2009.
St. Paulie’s Delight by Jacob Cox of Chicago (staged reading July 28, 10 a.m.)
The King’s Face by Steven Young of Dallas, Texas (fully staged performance July 28, 3 p.m.)
Auditions for FutureFest 2013 productions will be held Monday, June 3 (fully staged productions), Tuesday, June 4 (staged readings) and Thursday, June 6 (all productions). Casts include 16 males and 7 females (both of varying ages) and 1 girl age 12. All auditions will begin at 7 p.m. at the Dayton Playhouse. Visit www.daytonplayhouse.com for details on individual plays and directors.
Adjudicators for FutureFest 2013 will be David Finkle, freelance reporter and reviewer for the Village Voice and the Huffington Post; Rob Koon, resident playwright and dramaturg at Chicago Dramatists; Faye Sholiton, Cleveland playwright who serves as the Ohio representative to the Dramatists Guild; Helen Sneed, whose career included work in Theatre Professional Rights at Dramatists Play Service; and Eleanore Speert, founder of Speert Publishing and former publications director for Dramatists Play Service.
How to Attend: FutureFest will be presented July 26-28 at the Dayton Playhouse, 1301 E. Siebenthaler Ave, Dayton. Weekend passes go on sale to the general public on June 3. They are $95 and include admission to six plays, adjudication sessions and social activities with the authors and adjudicators. Passes can be purchased online at www.daytonplayhouse.org, or through the box office, 937-424-8477. The box office is staffed Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:30-4:30 p.m., however messages may be left at any time. Tickets to individual plays will be available beginning July 8th and will be $18. They may also be purchased at the door one hour before each performance (space permitting).
The Dayton Playhouse is a community theatre providing outstanding theatrical productions to Miami Valley audiences of all ages for more than fifty years. The Playhouse is nationally recognized for “FutureFest,” a festival of new plays.
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