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2nd Annual Festival of New Works

  • Chocolate Church Annex (Black Box Theater) 804 Washington Street Bath, ME, 04530 United States (map)
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Studio Theatre of Bath Proudly Presents

The 2nd Annual Festival of New Works


Launched in 2018, Studio Theatre of Bath's FESTIVAL OF NEW WORKS is dedicated to world premiering brand new one-act plays. Dozens of plays are submitted from all over the world, with three chosen for performance. The actors in these plays are the "original casts", which provides a unique opportunity rarely available to actors in Maine.

This year's new works are:

Someone to Watch Over Me by Linda Hildonen
Directed by Sararose Willey
JANE- Ellie Hawks
LEXI- Tamara Lilly
ROBERT- Garret Coffey

Talk to Me by David Nanto
Directed by Heather Guglielmo
EMILY- Kendray Rodriguez
JENNA- Jeannette Wolfarth
BRANDON- Gregory Hawks

Nephew by Crystal Wood
Directed by Ashley Steeves
MAGS- Christina Boyington
BIZZ- Lynne Otto
LIL' JOE- Amanda Bobbe
RUTH- Carrie Hawks
AARON- Michael Bailey

Produced by Marc Rodriguez

Linda Hildonen, playwright of "Someone To Watch Over Me", is local to the mid-coast, residing in Lisbon Falls.

Performances will be April 26 & 27 at 7:30pm and April 28 at 2:00pm at the Chocolate Church Arts Center, 804 Washington St., Bath, Maine.

Tickets are $15 and are available at: https://festival.brownpapertickets.com

Founded in 1979 by Priscilla & J. Pat Montgomery, STUDIO THEATRE OF BATH is one of mid-coast Maine's oldest active community theater groups. Since 1980 STB has produced upwards of 140 major theatrical productions and has been a constant source of enrichment for the Mid-coast community and beyond. With emphasis on high quality, STB prides itself on always putting the cast & crew in a position to succeed while never using "community theater" as an excuse.

FMI: e-mail studiotheatrebath@gmail.com or call/text Studio Theatre of Bath at (207)350-6225, or contact us on Facebook.

SPONSORED BY DAVID MATERO ARCHITECTURE

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Earlier Event: April 27
2nd Annual Festival of New Works