New Voices 33 will be presented April 15 through 18 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 13.
By Casey Broslawski
Space is a very lonely place, and nobody knows this better than Lucifer. Ageless, omnipotent,and frustrated by the constant failure of his search for companionship he audaciously begins to meddle with a wild new discovery, inadvertently creating nature's most fundamental duality.
By Katelyne Sibley
As a woman of a certain reputation in her small suburban town, Mrs. Thompson hosts tea every Sunday afternoon, to which she invites those worthy of intellectual conversation. She thoroughly enjoys leading discussion about ways in which her charitable nature might enlighten those less fortunate than she.
By Victoria Loehle
Considering the futility of existence—not to mention the slight possibility that our entire universe may be nothing more than an illusion of our collective unconscious—why do you do everything you do?
By Ian Maitland and Mark Swanson
Glass Adams, “The world’s most handsome, dangerous, superagent who could, if provoked, destroy the world within a blink of an eye.” Has been feeling a little unappreciated at work. In this comedy, we follow our hero as he just tries to relax and read his damn paper.
By Christian Roberts and Daniel Corwin
Four criminals, after having completed their most recent robbery, prepare for a new heist over the course of three days. The heist promises a huge sum of money, but tensions form within the group, and growing suspicions about the group’s shady leader make emotions and jealousy run rampant.
By Nicolás R. Hewgley and Michael Goldman
A bear, currently in the profession of acting, tells the tale of how he got there.
By Nicholas Medeiros
A young man copes with his mental illness and the voices that accompany it.