Visions & Voices Winter Showcase
Join us for an evening of plays written by students from our Visions & Voices program and showcased by professional actors. The Visions & Voices 2020 Winter Showcase features students from Cleveland High School, Franklin High School, Grant High School, and Wilson High School.
These are challenging times for everyone, but especially for our younger generation. They express to us how stifled they often feel in a system that expects so much. Test scores. Colleges. Careers. Social pressures. Family pressures. It goes on and on. So beyond offering tools with which to write plays, the larger goal is to provide an outlet; to give permission to express their ideas, passions and desires; to allow the difficult questions; and to exercise empathy and embrace the chaos that is “growing up.”
Orion Bradshaw *
Charles Grant *
Crystal Ann Muñoz
Director Matthew B. Zrebski
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
Winter Visions & Voices Student Playwrights:
Play by Cole Songster (Grant)
This is how to disappear by Maddie Limon (Wilson)
Lovely Lady Lola by Samantha Henderson-Bluhm (Grant)
Guardian by Milo McAllister (Wilson)
Stuck/Unstuck (Two Snails on a Train) by Ruby Leib (Cleveland)
It’s Dangerously Pretty Outside by Jourdan Dimoff (Grant)
Enough by Cody Little-Reece (Cleveland)
The Ball by Nico Vilches (Wilson)
Quite a Long While by NoraJane Conway (Franklin)
The Blazing Light by Teague O’Hara (Cleveland)
Hanging Out by Abby Long (Franklin)
First Date by Quentin Turner (Grant)
Masks are required to attend performances and events at The Armory. FULL DETAILS HERE
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