2015 Festival Schedule of Events

Dates for the 2016 Summer New Works Festival will be August 7-14. Check back soon for details and tickets! 

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Read more about our 2015 season here: 




Sunday, August 2 - 5:00 pm at Zalk Theater

Intersection Event:
FAULT/LINES/USA/2015
An Inspirational Kick-Off Celebration
Director: Robert Egan
Dramaturges: Robert Egan & Tiffany Moon


Thursday, August 6 - 7:00 pm at Matilija Auditorium

Intersection Event:
HAND TO GOD – ALL-STAR READING
by Robert Askins

Starring Robert Askins, Patrick J. Adams, Chris Bauer, Betsy Brandt, AND Alia Shawkat!
Directors: Robert Askins & Bart DeLorenzo

Must be 18 years or older to attend this show!

 


Friday, August 7 - 7:00 pm at Zalk Theater

New Play Workshop:
3 WOMEN
By Gina Loring, Sunni Patterson, Jaha Zainabu
Director: Jennifer Newman
Dramaturge: Alice Tuan

 


Friday, August 7 - 9:00 pm at Zalk Theater

New Play Workshop:
MBARE DREAMS
By Gideon Jeph Wabvuta
Director: Ron Lagomarsino
Dramaturge: Stephen Belber
A Collaboration with Almasi Arts Alliance, Danai Gurira, Executive Director

 


Saturday, August 8 – 10:00 am at Zalk Theater

OPC YOUTH WORKSHOP PERFORMANCE
Director: Kim Maxwell

 


Saturday, August 8 - 1:00 pm at Zalk Theater

New Play Workshop:
PEERLESS
By Jiehae Park
Director: Elliot Quick
Dramaturge: Sasha Emerson

 


Saturday, August 8 - 4:00 pm at Zalk Theater

New Play Workshop:
THE SURGEON AND HER DAUGHTERS
By Christopher Gabriel Núñez
Director/Dramaturge: Robert Egan

 


Saturday, August 8 - 7:30 pm at Zalk Theater

New Play Workshop:
SUPPORT GROUP FOR MEN
By Ellen Fairey
Director:  Kimberly Senior
Dramaturge: Christopher Breyer

 


Sunday, August 9 - 12:00 pm at Zalk Theater

New Play Workshop:
WOMEN OF A CERTAIN AGE
By JC Lee
Director: Casey Stangl
Dramaturge: Joy Meads

 


Sunday, August 9 - 3:00 pm at Zalk Theater

New Play Workshop:
THE BLAMELESS
By Nick Gandiello
Director/Dramaturge: Hal Brooks

 


Sunday, August 9 - 6:30 pm at Zalk Theater

New Play Workshop:
WHY WE HATE ART  
Created and performed by Mike Daisey
Dramaturge: Christopher Breyer