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4th Annual Collective:10 Play Festival 2016
Paradise Factory
New York, NY
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4th Annual Collective:10 Play Festival 2016
The fourth annual Collective:10 follows the previous three SOLD OUT C:10 productions, and features 13 original plays selected from hundreds of blind submissions. Ten plays premiere September 14 - 25, PLUS three additional premieres in December with the launch of The Collective:10 Anthology, Vol. 4.

The playwrights for this year's C:10 are:
Mark Borkowski, Greg DePaul, Thomas C. Dunn, Max Gill, Dave Hanson, Brian Leider, Erin Mallon, Joe B. McCarthy, Sayra Player, Brandon T. Snider and David Thigpen.

The 10 plays premiering in September will be presented in rep in two PROGRAMS of 5 plays each. All programs and cast are subject to change.


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GENERAL ADMISSION tickets are $20 and half of the ticket price goes toward our NO EMPTY SEATS initiative--You get a seat and you automatically give a seat.

RESERVED SEATS are $40 and $30 of the ticket price goes toward our NO EMPTY SEATS--You automatically give THREE seats. And as a 'thank you,' a RESERVED seat will be waiting for you. No need to arrive early to get one of the best seats.

STUDENT tickets are $10. (Use code: STUDENT) Please present valid ID.

FREE tickets are available to every performance. (Use code: NOEMPTYSEATS) Our NO EMPTY SEATS initiative to provide access to quality professional theatre means that you can book a ticket at no charge. When you see the performance, we hope you will give what you are able, to provide the same opportunity for someone else.


>>>>>LATE SEATING POLICY:
THERE WILL BE NO LATE SEATING.
Patrons must check in at the box office AT LEAST 15 minutes prior to curtain. At the scheduled curtain time, any unclaimed tickets (including reserved seats and all ticket prices) will be forfeited and made available to the WAIT LIST. It is not possible to hold seats for latecomers, or to seat latecomers during the performance.

The shows are extremely popular, the festival schedule is compact and the theater is intimate, so there will be NO LATE SEATING. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and hope you will be able to arrive at the theater early enough to avoid any potential difficulty using your tickets.


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FESTIVAL SCHEDULE

PROGRAM A performs
THU, SEPT 15 @ 7:30pm + talkback
FRI, SEPT 16 @ 7:30pm
SAT, SEPT 17 @ 7:30pm
SUN, SEPT 18 @ 3pm
THU, SEPT 22 @ 7:30pm
FRI, SEPT 23 @ 9pm
SAT, SEPT 24 @ 9pm

PROGRAM B performs
WED, SEPT 14 @ 7:30pm + talkback
FRI, SEPT 16 @ 9pm
SAT, SEPT 17 @ 9pm
WED, SEPT 21 @ 7:30pm
FRI, SEPT 23 @ 7:30pm
SAT, SEPT 24 @ 7:30pm
SUN, SEPT 25 @ 3pm

PROGRAM A - the odds
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A WEEKEND CONFERENCE by Brandon T. Snider
Directed by Richard Masur, featuring Gabe Fazio, Mike Houston and Brandon T. Snider

STICK by Max Gill
Directed by Emma Canalese, featuring Joe Maruzzo and Joe B. McCarthy

THANK YOU FOR LETTING ME HAVE SEX WITH YOU by Dave Hanson
Directed by Susan Aston, featuring Chris Beetem* and Victoria Dicce*

THE LONGEST RIVER IN THE WORLD by Brian Leider
Directed by Brian Leider, featuring Robert Z Grant* and Jacqueline Knapp*

VETS by Joe B. McCarthy
Directed by Rebecca Brillhart, featuring Margaret Champagne*, John Norwell and Rich Pecci


PROGRAM B - the evens
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IN WAKE OF YESTERDAY by David Thigpen
Directed by David Thigpen and Kevin Kane, featuring Michael Abbott Jr.*, Booker Garrett, Swann Gruen, Lacy Marie Meyer, Joan Porter* and Brandon T. Snider

SAVAGE INK by Mark Borkowski
Directed by Richard Masur, featuring Khan Baykal, Francis Benhamou* and Salvatore Inzerillo*

SHUT INS by Sayra Player
Directed by Jonathan Libman, featuring Maureen Shannon*, Naomi Warner and Casey Webb

TOMORROW MOURNING by David Thigpen
Directed by Malindi Fickle, featuring Kevin Kane* and Lacy Marie Meyer

ZERO EFS by Erin Mallon
Directed by Nina Mehta, featuring Karen Chamberlain and Ross Degraw*



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A TALKBACK with playwrights and members of the creative team will be held after opening night performances on WED, SEPT 14 and THU, SEPT 15.


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All performances will be at Paradise Factory, 64 East 4th Street (between Second and Bowery), NYC


*These actors appear courtesy of Actors Equity Association.
AN EQUITY-APPROVED SHOWCASE

Location

Paradise Factory (View)
64 E. 4th Street
New York, NY 10003
United States


Categories

Arts > Theatre

Minimum Age: 13
Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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