New Works Festival Logo and Dates (Jan 30-Feb 13, 2021)

Featuring plays for both young people and adults. We’re investing in developing the plays of tomorrow, and you’re invited to join us to participate in the new play development process.

PRESENTING SPONSOR:

Featuring plays for both young people and adults. We’re investing in developing the plays of tomorrow, and you’re invited to join us to participate in the new play development process.

PRESENTING SPONSOR:

HOW IT WORKS

The Festival will consist of three plays – one for young audiences and two for general audiences. Each play will go through a one-week workshop process, followed by a public reading on Saturday. Each weekend during the Festival, the Saturday performance will be followed by a talkback, allowing audience members to provide feedback about the play.

TICKETS

Tickets are just $5. Purchase one ticket per device.

HOW IT WORKS

The Festival will consist of three plays – one for young audiences and two for general audiences. Each play will go through a one-week workshop process, followed by a public reading on Saturday. Each weekend during the Festival, the Saturday performance will be followed by a talkback, allowing audience members to provide feedback about the play.

TICKETS

Tickets are just $5. Purchase one ticket per device.

THE PLAYS

Saturday, January 30  |  1 pm

When a war sends George and his sister, Ginny, to the countryside, they discover a world of mysterious relatives and secret passageways. Sometimes you have to battle a dragon to face your fears and stand up for yourself.

READING DETAILS →

Saturday, February 6  |  7 pm

Opera star Irene Adler adventures across Europe, leaving intrigue in her wake. Inspired by a Sherlock Holmes story, A Scandal in BohemiaPrima Donna explores the costs of revenge and deftly deconstructs the difference between a person and their persona.

READING DETAILS →

Saturday, February 13  |  7 pm

A provocative and timely discussion of societal upheaval and social justice around the world, 20K Leagues Under the Sea transforms Jules Verne’s famous text with dynamic music, movement, and imagery.

READING DETAILS →

THE PLAYS

Saturday, January 30  |  1 pm

When a war sends George and his sister, Ginny, to the countryside, they discover a world of mysterious relatives and secret passageways. Sometimes you have to battle a dragon to face your fears and stand up for yourself.

READING DETAILS →

Saturday, February 6  |  7 pm

Opera star Irene Adler adventures across Europe, leaving intrigue in her wake. Inspired by a Sherlock Holmes story, A Scandal in BohemiaPrima Donna explores the costs of revenge and deftly deconstructs the difference between a person and their persona.

READING DETAILS →

Saturday, February 13  |  7 pm

A provocative and timely discussion of societal upheaval and social justice around the world, 20K Leagues Under the Sea transforms Jules Verne’s famous text with dynamic music, movement, and imagery.

READING DETAILS →

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AUDITIONS

CATCO is seeking Equity and non-Equity actors for their upcoming New Works Festival. We strongly encourage performers of all ethnicities, ages, sizes, genders, and abilities to submit. Actors over 18 will be paid.

All rehearsals will be conducted virtually, and performances will be pre-recorded and streamed. Rehearsals will be held in the evenings.

AUDITIONS

CATCO is seeking Equity and non-Equity actors for their upcoming New Works Festival. We strongly encourage performers of all ethnicities, ages, sizes, genders, and abilities to submit. Actors over 18 will be paid.

All rehearsals will be conducted virtually, and performances will be pre-recorded and streamed. Rehearsals will be held in the evenings.

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