Alumnae Theatre’s New Ideas Festival 2012 opens next week!

Get your calendars out, folks – it’s New Ideas time!

Alumnae Theatre Company’s annual New Ideas Festival (NIF) of short plays and readings opens in the Alumnae studio next week on Wed, Mar 14 and runs until Sun, Apr 1 – with a new program of short plays every week. Also, it lo0ks like NIF now has a Sunday matinée on the program (please note, the Sat. & Sun. matinées have a 2:30 p.m. start). The weekly readings are on Saturdays at noon throughout the run of the festival.

Check out the NIF page on the Alumnae website for details on this year’s programming and reservation info: http://www.alumnaetheatre.com/ideas.html

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Author: life with more cowbell

Arts/culture social bloggerfly & Elwood P. Dowd disciple. Likes playing with words. A lot. Toronto

1 thought on “Alumnae Theatre’s New Ideas Festival 2012 opens next week!”

  1. Reblogged this on The Alumnae Theatre Company's Blog and commented:
    World premieres of 5 short plays in Week One of NIF! Four of them (“The Man with a Butterfly Hat” by Donna Langevin, “Our Eliza” by Megan Coles, “Let My Mind Run Dry” by Cassidy Sadler and “Lover’s Flight” by Joel Fishbane) are in the weekly program, March 14-18, so you have 6 chances to see them. One (“Eating Pomegranates Naked” by Andrea Scott) is a one-time only staged reading at noon on Saturday March 17 only. One $15 ticket admits you to all 4 plays in any weekly program; the staged reading is PWYC. Or you could buy a Festival Pass for $35, see all 3 weeks and all 3 staged readings. Reserve at reservations@alumnaetheatre.com.

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