New Voices 35 will be presented April 11 through 14 in the WPI Little Theatre.
Shows start at 7 pm and tickets can be reserved here.
The plays have been selected for the festival, and will be announced at 5:00 PM on February 16.
By Kyra Bresnahan
A girl stuck running her familyís diner in memory of her deceased father meets a customer who isnít what he seems and is convinced to leave the diner for college.
By Alexandra Miller
A mother copes with having to share the blessing of motherhood with another, more worldly blessed. She grieves for her loss, but her daughterís gain will be infinite.
By Michael Gagliano
Ryder, a college freshman, leaves home, intent to mark the start of a new life chapter. However, it becomes clear that in order to move forward, Ryder will need to come to terms with his past.
By Jacob Bortell
A health-nut ice-cream lover finds out thereís corn syrup in all their favorite ice creams. Payback comes via the rules of cosmic justice.
By Walt Gallati
Couple Alan and Judith Mihalyi, hungry and tired, discover a fully stocked bunker underneath Albany, New York. Can they return to normal life?
By Michael Gagliano
A college student recounts a troubling memory and, in the process, faces realizations about the nature of hatred, humanity, and his own inner strength.
By Paul Raynes and Christian Roberts
Jimothy's first day as a Pizza Delivery Boy! What wacky adventures and antics will he get himself and his friend, George, into?
By Victoria Loehle
When you look, what do you see? What should you see? What canít you see? When you listen, what will you hear?
By Emily Aldrich
Months after an accident changes their lives, one couple struggles to face their new reality until a milk carton brings one of them to the breaking point.
By Olivia Lattanzi
Ellie has returned home from college and, getting into her old usual habits, drives around with her best friend in the early hours of the morning. They only have so many chances to talk about everything, and address the things that existed when they didnít know a world outside their hometown existed.