New Voices 36 will be presented February 13 through 16 in the WPI Little Theatre.
Shows start at 7 pm and tickets can be reserved soon.
The plays have been selected for the festival, and will be announced at 5:00 PM on December 7th.
By Anish Nakahara
Alex and Sam are done being told “Act like a boy/girl!” respectively. They have something to say about cooperating for the sake of conformity.
By Michael Ciaraldi
The unexpected delivery of a strange machine leads to bizarre consequences for a young man and his friends.
By Braden Foley
A young naive lawyer attempts a futile defense of his unusual, scrappy client.
By Anish Nakahara
Ivan is a closeted trans guy faced with a decision; come out to this stranger online or just leave.
By Kathleen Peter
A monologue which describes the physical stages a person goes through while experiencing panic attacks, and the thoughts that accompany it.
By Dennis D. Bergsman and Kyra Bresnahan
When psychopomps disagree on what is most important to the living, Charon and the Grim Reaper must move into an apartment together. Enjoy their trials and tribulations as we present this odd couple comedy.
By Despoina Giapoudzi
A young person on the Autistic Spectrum meets love for the first time. In the conservative town they call their home however, a same-sex relationship cannot be allowed.
By Kelly McCauley
Two bumbling individuals work against each other while both trying to scam a man with a concussion by convincing him that they’re his children.
By Alicia Weber
Mixing college life and romance for Cameron and her friends has never come easy. Together they must choose to live and love with their hearts or with their heads.
By Gavin MacNeal
Mike has been going through the motions of college for a few years now, but the stress and empty emotions he's been feeling are taking their toll. Though neither side is fully aware of it, his friends and family are trying to save him from going over the edge.
By Fay Whittall
A narrator describes the actions of an actor on stage. The actor is granted free thought by the playwright, and the two discuss how the play should continue.