Bay One Acts Festival

A decade-long Bay Area theatre tradition, the Bay One Acts Festival showcases short plays from small independent theatre companies in the Bay Area in a dynamic annual festival celebrating the work of local playwrights and publishes a companion anthology of the produced plays.  This year’s BOA Festival is scheduled to take place at the Tides Theatre, 533 Sutter Street, San Francisco from September 14 through October 5, 2013.BOA2013GirlWeb

I plan to write more about the festival but for now, I want to encourage you to join me in supporting the 2013 Bay One Acts Festival Kickstarter Campaign, spread the word, and plan to attend the festival.

To help whet your appetite, here is a list of the two Programs showing Producing Partner theatre companies, titles of plays and playwrights and directors:

BOA PROGRAM ONE:

Custom Made Theatre Co

Modernizing the Afterlife by Tracy Held Potter

Directed by Katja Rivera

 

Do it Live!

The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock based on the poem by T.S. Eliot

Devised and Directed by Allison Combs

 

PianoFight

Desiree by Sam Leichter

Directed by Rob Ready

 

The San Francisco Shakespeare Festival

Write Dirty to Me by Daniel Holloway

Directed by Sharon Robinson

 

Sponge Theater

Red All Over by Bennett Fisher

Directed by Rem Myers

 

The Visible Theater

Last Couples Therapy Session on Earth by William Bivens

Directed by Jon Wai-keung Lowe

 

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All Terrain Theater

Inexpressibly Blue by Nancy Cooper Frank

Directed by Robert Estes

 

FaultLine Theater

Two Pigeons Talk Politics by Lauren Gunderson

Directed by Maria Calderazzo & Maxx Kurzunski

 

New Conservatory Theatre Center

Babes by Michael Phillis

Directed by Sara Staley

 

Playwrights Foundation

My Year by Megan Cohen

Directed by Siobhan Doherty

 

San Francisco Theater Pub

Shooter by Daniel Hirsch

Directed by Rik Lopes

 

Tides Theatre

Break of Day by Jeff Carter

Directed by Brian Trybom

 

Wily West Productions

3 Sisters Watching Three Sisters by Ignacio Zulueta

Directed by Kat Kneisel

 

Come join the Kickstarter Campaign; they need our support and it’ll  be fun!

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