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March 4-6, 2011

Next up in the Very Important Plays 2010-2011 Series:

a workshop production of

Locked House:
a tragicomic fairytale of indeterminate nature

written by Samantha Chanse | directed by Lisa Szolovits | dramaturgy by Jay Jaski
sound design by Greg Mailloux | projection/graphic design by Derek Chung | light design by Ryan Seelig

Featuring:

Sahr Ali*
Gail Behrens*
Katie Lee Hill
David Shih*
Bonna Tek

Show Information & Reservations:

Location: Columbia University, Schapiro Studio, 605 W. 115th Street, between Broadway and Riverside (NYC).

Show Dates/Times:
Friday, March 4 @ 8 PM
Saturday, March 5 @ 2 PM
Saturday, March 5 @ 8 PM
Sunday, March 6 @ 2PM

Cost/Reservations: ADMISSION IS FREE.
To reserve tickets, email VeryImportantPlays@gmail.com

For artist bios and more information click here.

* Actors appear courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.

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November 19-21, 2010

Both. Sides. Now. or buttermilk pancakes.

Written & Directed by Tatiana Rivera
Dramaturgy: Mariaelena Morales
Cast: Jessica DiSalvo, Tom Lacey, Stephanie Braxton*

VIP Schedule/Show Times: Fridays @ 8 PM, Saturdays @ 2 PM and 8 PM, Sundays @ 2PM.

ADMISSION IS FREE. To reserve tickets, email VeryImportantPlays@gmail.com

Very Important Plays 2010-2011 is a season of new plays produced by the Columbia University MFA Playwriting Class of 2012.

All plays will be presented at Columbia University, Schapiro Studio, located at 605 W. 115th Street, between Broadway and Riverside, in New York, NY.

For a Q&A with the playwright, please click here.

* Actors appear courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.

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