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New Voices 34

New Voices 34 will be presented April 13 through 16 in the WPI Little Theatre.

Shows start at 7 pm and tickets can be reserved here.

The following plays have been selected for the festival, and were announced at 5:00 PM on February 12.

Are There Trees in Heaven?

By Victoria Loehle

A proposal of marriage should be as simple as a mutual "I love you" and an earnest "will you marry me?" offered in unison with a particular kind of ring. This couple, however, must face a few additional questions that are a little less than simple - with answers that are quite a bit more complex.

[minor update on 2/15/16]

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Silence Speaks for Me

By Kimberly Stanway

A guided goodbye to poisonous love, pain, and innocence as explored by a grieving mother, a regretful abuser, and a dead daughter.

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OOPS I SMOKED CRACK AGAIN

By Emily Cafarelli

A young woman reflects on various findings she has made about herself throughout her journey of self-discovery thus far.

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Foxtrot Delta Romeo

By Nicholas C. Cyganski

On 23rd July 1983, Air Canada Flight 143 runs out of fuel at 41,000 feet, halfway through its fight from Montreal to Edmonton. The aircraft's flight data recorder (FDR) captures the heroic actions behind the cockpit door on that fateful day.

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Fur Heaven's Sake

By Dan Murray

Doctor and Doctor Schnibbles have just made a huge discovery in the field of astrophysics. On the morning of their press conference, another discovery is made in the Schnibbles household. Having switched bodies with their owners, the Schnibbles' dog and cat must take their place in the press conference.

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Psych 117

By Casey Browslawski

Sometimes life can be pretty boring, like when you're waiting for your professor's office hours. Sometimes dreams can be pretty exciting, like when you're haunted by a demonic sheep-lion. What would happen if you lived somewhere between the two?

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The Apathy Fairy

By Mark Swanson

A person finds a wallet on the side ofthe road and can't decide what to do with it. He receives advice and guidance from some unqualified sources.

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Here be PIRATES!

By Maeve McCluskey

A child discovers a secret about their older sibling which inspires imaginary madcap pirate adventures.

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