TCR Underground New Play Festival Announces Playwrights, Scripts, and Directors

Cedar Rapids – With over 40 of the highest quality scripts submitted to date, this made decisions very difficult. In its fifth year, TCR’s Underground New Play Festival features the work of playwrights who are from Iowa and/or have a connection to Iowa. Past years have included short plays, one-acts, and full-length comedies and dramas. Additionally, new directors and actors are encouraged to apply and audition for the festival, making this event as fresh and interesting as anything that we do at TCR.

We are proud to announce the following scripts, playwrights, and directors to be produced during the festival at TCR’s Grandon Studio October 2-12, 2014:

  • A Midterm Night’s Dream by Laura Schmidt, Directed by Steve Worthington
  • Bus People by Brian Tanner, Directed by Taylor James Foster
  • Evidence by Alan Chase, Directed by Rachel Potthoff
  • Honey Song by Jen Rouse, Directed by Janeve West
  • No Safe Refuge by Erica Jo Hoye, Directed by Jay Burken
  • Peepers by Ben Lafayette, Directed by K. Michael Moore
  • Reluctance by Elizabeth Breed, Directed by Janeve West
  • Remembrance by Laura Schmidt, Directed by David Schneider
  • Shatter of Rain by Mike Moran, Directed by David Schneider
  • The Concentrated Masses by Duane Larson, Directed by Zhen E. Rammelsberg
  • The Woman and the Frog by Mike Moran, Directed by K. Michael Moore
  • They Grow Up So Fast by Duane Larson, Directed by Zhen E. Rammelsberg
  • Tinderella by Emma Drtina, Directed by Heather Akers

Auditions for the productions will take place at Theatre Cedar Rapids:
General Auditions
July 27 and 28, 2014 at 7:00pm
Callbacks
July 29, 2014 at 7:00pm

Source: TCR press release

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