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New Works Winter Festival XIV
Acme Theater of Maynard, MA is pleased to announce the lineup for its 14th annual New Works Winter Festival performing on January 9, 10, 16 and 17, 2015.
Acme New Works Winter Fesitval 2015 FESTIVAL LINEUP
Track A: (Fri, Jan 9 and Sat, Jan 17)
Just Desserts by David Macgregor (directed by David Fisher)
Girl With Algorithm by Ellen Davis Sullivan (directed by Lucinda Atherton-Zeman)
I Was Fine Until You Came Into The Room by Rich Orloff
(directed by Andrew Boncoddo)
Fourth And Short by Steve Bergman (directed by Karen Dinehart)
Welcome To Happy Hill by Dean Bevan (directed by Karen Dervin)
The Last Words Of Lord Rupert Carrington, As Captured At His Deathbed By His Devoted Nurse by Christopher Lockheart (directed by David Dooks)
Pigeons by Chris Erath (directed by Maureen Hughes)
SL1 12:32am by K. Alexa Mavromatis (directed by J. Mark Baumhardt)
Forward Flash by Ray Arsenault (directed by Chris Erath)
Dumb Muscle by Bill Doncaster (directed by Lisa Burdick)
Track B: Sat, Jan 10 and Fri, Jan 16
The Maltese Walter by John Minigan (directed by Tom Powers)
Closet by Patrick Cleary (directed by Patrick Cleary)
Cupid's Beau by Barbara Lindsay (directed by Julie Wiseman)
Speed Date by Jay D. Hanagan (directed by Colleen Rua)
Ocean Of Cock by Eoin Carney (directed by Jacey Bokuniewicz)
Beatrix Potter Must Die! by Patrick Gabridge (directed by Jim Hunt)
Iron by John Shanahan (directed by Jim Porter)
The Turnaround by David Vazdauskas (directed by Kristine Mackin)
All The Way To Wonderland by Lisa Burdick (directed by Lisa Burdick)
The Woman On The 42nd Floor by Adam Heroux (directed by Tom Berry)
Thanks to the selected playwrights for allowing Acme to produce their work, and to all the playwrights who submitted for our festival this year.
Acme Theater is thrilled to announce
our 2015–2016 season:
Self Help by Norm Foster, directed by Kevin Nessman
Doubt: A Parable by John Patrick Shanley, directed by Celia Couture
Dead Man's Cell Phone by Sarah Ruhl, directed by Michelle Fisher
Stop Kiss by Diana Son, directed by Gordon Ellis
All productions are subject to the availability of performance rights.
Acme Theater announces
Moon Over the Brewery
By Bruce Graham
Directed by Chip Sheeran
March 6– March 28
(Fridays & Saturdays at 8 pm, Sunday 3/22 at 3 pm)
Amanda Waslyk - Emily Sheeran Randolph - Kevin Nessman Warren Zimmerman - Jason Myatt Miriam Waslyk - Jennifer Shea
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