What's the Story? February Festival of New Solo Plays
Eight writer-performers tell eight distinct stories in eight vivid voices, promising an eclectic array of new work that is deeply moving, brave, bawdy, brazen & bold. Stacie Chaiken's What's the Story? and the Powerhouse Theatre present their first-ever festival of (mostly) full-length solo work-in-progress from What's the Story? solo performance workshop.
W E E K O N E
Thursday and Friday, February 8 & 9 at 8pm
Alan Rachins: Ready! Aim! Slit Your Wrists - My Army Story
Saturday, February 10 at 6pm & Sunday, February 11 at 3pm
Lisa Marie Sandoval: The Yowling, & Other Sounds from Highland Park - Gringa turns a corner in East LA, crashes into God and the gutteral cry of her soul
Saturday, February 10 at 9pm & Sunday, February 11 at 6pm
Jennifer Pagan: The Shoebox Lounge - This Louisiana girl doesn't drink. She just sips. A lot. Strutting the French Quarter in moldy Ferragamos.
W E E K T W O
Thursday and Friday, February 15 & 16 at 8pm
Mariel Howsepian: Poison Apple - Miss November Takes on the LAUSD
Saturday, February 17 at 6pm & Sunday, February 18 at 3pm
Three shorter pieces by
Anita Byrd: Dreams of the Garden" (Suenos del Jardin) - Memories of a place that is no longer
Gabby Friedenthal: Motherhood Unplugged - Wom (wife/mom) belts out from the vortex of motherhood
Christina Johnson: Hunger Strike - Shrinking makes me bigger.
Saturday, February 17 at 9pm & Sunday, February 18 at 6pm
Jospeh Valdez: Little Big Joe, the Bug Squasher - From South Sac to manhood with Tugboat Tito, Cookie Monster, and an Angel
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