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PT PlayFest

 

March 6 - 16, 2014

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The Port Townsend Festival of New Plays is a theater-lover's feast -- featuring winning one-acts by Jefferson County playwrights, open rehearsals of plays-in-progress, a special evening with internationally acclaimed playwright Richard Dresser, playwriting workshops, and more...

 

Our Festival Schedule is available is several ways:

 

Online Calendar        List of Events        Printable Poster/Brochure

 

(The Festival poster/brochure can also be picked up at either

our playhouse boxoffice or uptown offices during open hours.)

 

Our special guest is playwright Richard Dresser, who teaches at Rutgers University in New Jersey and whose 17 plays are widely produced on and off Broadway.

 

PDN articles featuring local playwrights:  Henry Feldman   Kim Hinton


Immerse yourself with a Festival Pass!  See it all for just $35!  Festival Passes are now available here online.

 


More Festival Features

 

AfterWords -- Post-play discussions follow every performance event.  Join in conversations with our playwrights and provide your feedback to further the creative process.

 

Open Rehearsals -- Drop in and take a look behind the scenes at full-length plays in development.  See plays-in-progress below...

 

InstaPlay -- Write a brief play on the spot and see it performed almost instantaneously.  Join in the fun as a playwright, actor, or audience member.  No experience necessary!  --  Saturday Mar 15 at 1:30 p.m. at the Pope Marine Building.  Free.

 

Eighteen Years of New Plays

 

Here's a list of all of the local winning playwrights over the 18 years of Playwrights' Festivals (1996 - 2013)!

 

      Local one-act plays directed by Judith Glass Collins

 

                PT Leader's review: "One-Acts leave audiences wanting more..."

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                Somebodies & Sylvia -- by Deborah Daline

                        Mavis and Millie tackle the indignities of aging in the shadow of the mysterious and macbre Sylvia.

 

                It's Just Coffee -- by Henry Feldman

                        Expect the unexpected when dating from cyberspace.

 

                Field Guide -- by D. D. Wigley

                        Two twelve year olds. A BB gun. Target practice in the woods.  Anything could happen.

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            Performances on "Locals Weekend" March 7-9, Fri & Sat eves, Sun matinee

            Performances on Festival Weekend March 13-15, Thu & Sat eves, Fri matinee

 

 

      Local one-act staged readings directed by Denise Winter:

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                Night of Intrigue -- by David Hundhausen

                        Judy and Tony want to spice up their relationship, but Natalia and Boris seem to be out for blood.

 

                People Small -- by Jack O'Connor

                        In the Employee's Lounge at the People's Mall, where there's fire, there's smoke!


                Funeral Home, The Musical -- by Deborah Wiese

                        Love blossoms when two tuneful undertakers help a brother and sister singing act

                        plan their mother's funeral in this irreverent Broadway musical parody.

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            Performances on "Locals Weekend" Thu March 6 evening at Key City Playhouse

            Performances on Festival Weekend Fri Mar 14 eve. & Sun Mar 16 matinee at Pope Marine Building

 

 

 

The winning playwrights of the 2013 Port Townsend Arts Commission's One-Act Play Competition, whose plays will be premiered in the 2014 Port Townsend Festival of New Plays, produced by Key City Public Theatre.

 

Back row, L to R: Deborah Daline, D.D. Wigley, Deborah Wiese, Henry Feldman.

 

Front row, L to R: Jack O'Connor, David Hundhausen.

 

Photo by Phil Baumgaertner, KCPT.

 

PDN articles featuring local playwrights:

    Henry Feldman     Kim Hinton

 

 

      Full-length plays-in-progress

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                Atrocity -- by Kim Hinton

 

                    Four soldiers deep in Afghanistan discover truths

                    in a cave of secrets from which not all will escape.

 

                Open Rehearsal on Fri Mar 14 noon at Pope Marine Building

                Staged Readings on Sat Mar 15 afternoon & Sun Mar 16 afternoon at Key City Playhouse

 

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                Fata Morgana -- by Jeni Mahoney

 

                    For Tori and Jack, life off the grid is enough…

                    ...until Morgan arrives offering the promise of long lost hopes fulfilled.

 

                Open Rehearsal on Sat Mar 15 afternoon at Pope Marine Building

                Staged Readings on Fri Mar 14 morning & Sun Mar 16 afternoon at Key City Playhouse

 

 

      The 6th Annual "Here, There & Everywhere"

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                Our annual celebration of women playwrights from around the world

                    in honor of International Women's Day

                      directed by Mara Lathrop                                           Complete "Here, There & Everywhere" Program

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            Performances on "Locals Weekend" Sat March 8 afternoon at Key City Playhouse.

                        (This is International Women's Day benefit, with proceeds going to scholarships for women and girls at KCPT.)

            Performances on Festival Weekend Fri Mar 14 afternoon & Sat Mar 15 morning at Key City Playhouse

 

 

      Special guest Richard Dresser

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                Conducts our Annual Playwriting Workshops

                    on March 15 - 16   (More information and sign-up below)

 

 

                Participates in our panel discussion on Post-Traumatic Stress

                    Disorder on Sat Mar 15.   (More information here below.)
 

 

                Attends a program of his play-in-progress "100 Years" on

                A Special Evening with Richard Dresser -- Friday March 14

 

                    "100 Years" -- An older couple and a younger couple from different parts of the country meet

                    in a strange planned community in Florida.  They share a backyard and eventually much more

                    as they prepare for a secret cutting-edge procedure that will change their lives forever.

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            Performances of "100 Years" on Fri Mar 14 evening -- as part of "A Special Evening with Richard Dresser" with reception after show.

            Also on Sun Mar 16 evening -- presentation of the play only.

 

 

Our special guest is playwright Richard Dresser, who teaches at Rutgers University in New Jersey and whose 17 plays are widely produced on and off Broadway.

 

Annual Playwriting Workshops

 

The first workshop, on Saturday March 15, is sponsored by the Port Townsend Arts Commission and is free and open to the public.  The Saturday workshop is at the Pope Marine Building from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 

 

Richard Dresser leads this workshop and says “it is aimed at unleashing the imagination of aspiring writers, whatever their background. The only requirements are a desire to write and a willingness to take chances.”   Writing exercises are used to help you find your own unique voice and write the play that only you can write.

 

This workshop (3 hours) is introductory, concentrating on the fundamentals of writing for the theatre.  It will involve a series of short writing exercises to give the participants experience in the most important elements of playwriting (dialogue, plot, characterizations, etc.).  Bring lots of paper, writing implements and a willingness to let go.  Pre-registration is recommended.

 

Note that registration for Saturday only is FREE.  To register, call or email us as shown below.

 

 

The second workshop, on Sunday March 16, is fee-based.   This Advanced Playwriting Intensive workshop on Sunday (4 hours) runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Pope Marine Building.  Attending the Saturday workshop is not a prerequisite for this Sunday event, but attending both sessions provides a more intensive experience with Mr. Dresser.

 

For the serious writer, Richard Dresser invites you to take your writing to the next level.  This intensive workshop involves writing exercises that will deepen your craft, critiques of your work, and a discussion of the practical aspects of working as a playwright.  No pre-requisite.

 

The cost for the advanced workshop is $75.  Space is limited for this advanced session.  (Scholarships are available, contact the KCPT office at the number below for more information.)

 

 

-- To register for either or both of these workshops --

e-mail rsvp@keycitypublictheatre.org or call 360-379-0195.

 

To save money on the playwriting workshops, consider the "Writer's Pass" sold on this page below.

The Writer's Pass includes unlimited access to all Festival events including both playwriting workshops for $95.

 

 

         Panel Discussion Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Playwriting as a Tool for Healing

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                A probing conversation with guest playwrights Richard Dresser, Kim Hinton, and Jeni Mahoney,

                moderated by playwright and registered drama therapist Judith Glass Collins, PhD.

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            Panel Discussion on Sat Mar 15 at 6:00 p.m. at Key City Playhouse.  Free.

 

 

         PlayFest Ensemble Cast


The PT PlayFest ensemble cast features:

 

Karen Anderson

  Micheal Cavett

    Christa Cesmat

      Laura Eggerichs

        Harley Flockoi

          Duncan Frost *

            Michelle Hensel

              Aimee Kelley

                Katie Kowalski

                  David Natale *

                    Heather Dudley Nollette

                      Sadie Palatnick

                        Tomoki Sage

                          David Schroeder

                            Vincent Scott

                              Doug Taylor

                                Diane Thrasher

                                  Don White

                                    D.D. Wigley

                                      Caleb Wilson

                                        Kristin Wolfram
 

* Performing by Special Appearance Agreement with Actors' Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers.

 

 

About visiting playwright Jeni Mahoney

 

Jeni Mahoney is a playwright, teacher, artistic director and play development geek. Her play The Martyrdom of Washington Booth was featured in Key City Public Theater’s 2011 Playwrights' Festival.

 

Other plays, including Kandahar, The Feast of the Flying Cow… and Other Stories of War, Come Rain or Come Shine, Running in Circles Screaming, Mercy Falls, American Eyes and Light have been presented at the National Playwrights Conference at the O'Neill Center, InterAct Theater (Philadelphia), Greenwich Playhouse (London), Denver's Old Vic (And Toto Too Theater Company), L.A. Theater Center, MidWest New Play Festival (Chicago), Lark Theater's Playwrights Week, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, NYU's hotINK Festival and Circus Theatricals among others.

 

Her work is published by IndieTheaterNow, Applause, Smith & Kraus and Playscripts. Jeni is also Head of Playwriting at Playwrights Horizons Theater School/NYU Tisch School for the Arts Undergrad Drama; Founding Artistic Director of Seven Devils Playwrights Conference in McCall, Idaho; and co-Artistic Director of id Theater. She is a member of the National Theatre Conference and the Dramatists Guild of America.

 

 

About local playwright Kim Hinton

 

Kimberly Hinton is a nomadic playwright, poet and writer who has landed, and intends to stay and take on roots, here in Port Townsend.  She is married and has five children and seven stepchildren and four grand-stepchildren. Four of those she considers children are soldiers and two of them have served in the active war zones. 

 

As a mother of a veteran soldier with PTSD, she set about to attempt to discover what may have been the experience that created the hardship for her son.  This research has led to this play.  Her hope is that all people watching this play will have more compassion for our soldiers both during the experiences they endure and after they return home.

 

 

Individual Event Tickets -- PT PlayFest 2014

 

Individual tickets are now available online here on our Festival Calendar.

 

Would you rather purchase tickets by phone or in person?  Here's full ticket information...

 

2014 Festival Ticket Prices:

-- One-Act Productions (Fri. & Sat. evenings, Sun. matinees)...  $15

-- Richard Dresser special event (Fri., Mar. 14, 7:30 p.m.)...  $20

-- All other Festival performances............  $10

-- Student prices for all performances....  $10

 

Festival Passes -- PT PlayFest 2014

 

If you are going to see more than two performances, you can save money by getting a Festival Pass.  Immerse yourself with access to all PT PlayFest events, both weekends March 6 - 16!  There are three types of passes:

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(*)  Patron's Passes are partially tax deductible -- Ask us for the details.

 

 

You can order your Festival Pass(es) with PayPal using the form below.  Thank you!

 

You do not need a PayPal account to pay us in this way.

If you wish to order more than one Festival Pass, you can change the Quantity of your order on the next PayPal page.

 

Type of Pass:

 

 

PT PlayFest features nine plays, March 6-16

 

Festival of New Plays Celebrates Artists and Audiences Alike

Heads up, theater lovers! The Port Townsend Festival of New Plays — aka PT PlayFest — is coming to town March 6-16.

Presented over two weekends, PT PlayFest is a theater-lover's feast, featuring six winning one-acts by Jefferson County playwrights, open rehearsals of plays-in-progress, a special evening with internationally acclaimed playwright Richard Dresser, playwriting workshops, and more.

New this year: “Locals Weekend” (Mar. 6-9) features the winning one-acts and precedes the jam-packed “Festival Weekend” (Mar. 13-16), when three days of back-to-back events expand into two locations: Key City Playhouse and nearby Pope Marine Building.

PT PlayFest is produced by Key City Public Theatre (KCPT), now in its 56th season, whose mission includes “developing an accessible and relevant theatre that produces new works…that captivate, challenge and celebrate our audiences and artists.”


A festival for theater lovers

Formerly known as the Port Townsend Playwrights’ Festival, and now in its 18th year, the Port Townsend Festival of New Plays needed an updated name that reflected its broadened take on new works by playwrights both inside and outside Jefferson County.

Jefferson County talent is showcased in premieres of six plays by winning playwrights of the 2013 Port Townsend Arts Commission's One-Act Play Competition: Deborah Daline, Henry Feldman, David Hundhausen, Jack O'Connor, Deborah Wiese and D.D. Wigley.

Visit www.ptplayfest.org for the full schedule of events. Of note is a panel discussion from 6-7 p.m., Mar. 15, titled “Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Playwriting as a Tool for Healing,” a probing conversation with three guest playwrights, moderated by playwright/drama therapist Judith Glass-Collins.


Pass options

PT PlayFest offers a unique glimpse behind the scenes of how contemporary plays are created. Immerse yourself with a $35 festival pass and enjoy access to all performance events both weekends. The pass is intended to open the door to new theatrical experiences, and to encourage repeated viewings of plays that may evolve over the course of the festival.

Writer’s passes are $95 and additionally include a playwriting intensive on Mar. 16 taught by Richard Dresser, a widely produced playwright and instructor at Rutgers University.

PT PlayFest 2014 is sponsored by Teresa Goldsmith of John L. Scott Real Estate and by DRG Sound Solutions.

Single show tickets are available on our online Festival Calendar.   Passes are available here online.

 

 

Complete "Here, There & Everywhere" Program

 

A MOTHER TO TIE RIBBONS IN MY HAIR by Rachel Barnett


  THE CUTTING OF THE CORD by Claire Braz-Valentine


    REQUIEM FOR A PAIR OF MANICURE SCISSORS by Nancy Gall-Clayton


      THE LETTER by Maggie Gallant


        A MOST MISERABLE MENOPAUSE by Karen Kinch


          MURLOCK, USA by Shirley King


            MATERNITY by Barbara Lindsay


              HONEYPOT by Julia Pascal


                COFFEE WITH PEARL by Rachel Rubin Ladutke


                  RECYCLING by Molly Best Tinsley


                    REAL TIME by Elizabeth Whitney

 

 

The "Here, There & Everywhere" Playwrights

 

Rachel Barnett
 

I am a UK-based playwright whose plays have been performed in the UK and internationally, including in London at The Hampstead Theatre, the Royal Court, The Arcola Theatre, and The Kings Head, also at Chichester Festival Theatre, the Hazlitt Theatre in Maidstone, Manhattan Theatre Source in New York, Live Girls in Seattle, and Auroville in India. I have a wide range of interests which inform my writing. Projects to date have included original work, adaptations, translations, theatre for young audiences, and dramaturgy of collaborative devised work. A sought-after workshop leader, I share my time between writing, producing, teaching, and arts project management.

 

 

Claire Braz-Valentine

 

Claire Braz-valentine is a widely published poet, playwright and journalist. Her plays on Frida Kaho, Susan B. Anthony, and women in prison have been produced in five countries. She has written for the LA Times, The San Francisco Examiner, The San Jose Mercury News, and her poems and monologues have appeared in numerous anthologies. She has been a prison workshop artist for many years, conducting writing workshops for incarcerated men and women..

 

 

Nancy Gall-Clayton

 

Nancy Gall-Clayton was a Tennessee Williams Scholar at Sewanee Writers Conference and a Visiting Artist at Ohio State University. More than 50 of her plays have been on stages in the U.S., Australia, and Canada. She is published by Dramatic Publishing, Smith & Kraus, Motes Books, and others. Nancy is a member of the Dramatists Guild and the International Centre for Women Playwrights.

 

 

Maggie Gallant

 


Maggie Gallant is a writer, performer and dabbler in many other creative pursuits. Originally from London, Maggie lives in the beautiful heat of Austin, Texas. The Letter is one of eight monologues in her solo show 'Our Angle in Heaven' about ordinary lives interrupted by the untimely death of Princess Diana in 1997.
 

 

 

Karen Kinch 

 

Karen M. Kinch is a Seattle-based director, producer, actor and playwright. This summer, she and her husband Jim will celebrate forty years of what sometimes, mysteriously, they still think of as Wedded Bliss. Together over the years they somehow managed to raise four sons, and now are proud grandparents to five. In the middle of all of it, Karen has found time to reflect on what has been a busy, eventful and crazy life. A MOST MISERABLE MENOPAUSE is one of those reflections.

 

 

Shirley King

 

Shirley King's first play won a California Arts Council award and was produced in 2002. Her plays, scenes and monologues have now received more than 150 productions/readings. In the past two years they have been performed in the US, Korea, England, Canada and Scotland. A San Francisco Bay Area resident, Shirley is a member of the Dramatists Guild, Playwrights Center and The International Center for Women Playwrights.

 

 

Barbara Lindsay

 

Barbara Lindsay is a fifth generation Californian now living very happily
in Seattle. She has been a playwright since 1988, with more than 300
productions and publications to her credit.

 

 

Julia Pascal

 

Julia Pascal is a London playwright. Her texts are published by Oberon Books.Most of her scripts have been produced in London, continental Europe and in NYC.Her work is often concerned with war. Her latest volume, Political Plays, contains Honeypot from which this monologue is taken.


www.juliapascal.org

 

 

Rachel Rubin Ladutke            
 

RACHEL RUBIN LADUTKE is a playwright, director, and educator. She has written ten-minute, one-act, and full-length works as well as a musical, BELLES OF THE MILL, adapted from her own drama about the 1912 Bread and Roses Strike. Rachel's work has been published by JAC, Smith & Kraus, and Brooklyn Publishers, among others. Her plays have received readings, workshops, and productions across the U.S.A. She is Editor of Insight For Playwrights, a monthly marketing newsletter, and is currently at work on her sixth full-length play, THE WICKHAM WAY. She lives outside N.Y.C. with her husband, two children, and too many pets!

 

Molly Best Tinsley
 

In an episode of sanity, Molly Best Tinsley decided twenty years of teaching literature and creative writing at the U. S. Naval Academy was enough. She resigned, moved west, and now writes full-time in Ashland, Oregon. Her fiction has earned two National Endowment of the Arts fellowships as well as the Oregon Book Award, and her latest novel, the spy thriller Broken Angels (Fuze Publishing) came out in December. Her plays have been produced nationwide.

 

Elizabeth Whitney

 

Elizabeth Whitney is an interdisciplinary artist who has toured her original solo work extensively to festivals, theatres, and colleges. Recent projects include playing a closeted New Jersey housewife in Madeleine Olnek’s The Foxy Merkins (Sundance 2014), a feminist TedX lecturer in the popular web series High Maintenance, and being a member of alt-country trio Menage A Twang (www.menageatwang.com). Elizabeth holds a Ph.D. in Performance Studies & Communication and teaches in the City University of New York.  www.elizabethjwhitney.com

 

Festival Schedule -- in list form

(Or, you can see the Festival schedule in calendar form)

 

 

----------- LOCALS WEEKEND ---- March 6 - 9 ------------

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 6:
 

6:30 p.m. -- Happy Hour at Key City Playhouse.

 

7:00 p.m. -- Festival Orientation -- "How to do the Festival" -- at Key City Playhouse.

 

7:30 p.m. – One-Act Readings, three plays by winning local playwrights, at Key City Playhouse.
 

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 7:
 

7:30 p.m. – Winning One-Act Productions, three plays by winning local playwrights, at Key City Playhouse.
 

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 8:
 

2:30 p.m. – Here, There & Everywhere: Readings of Women Playwrights from Around the World, at Key City Playhouse.
 

7:30 p.m. – Winning One-Act Productions, three plays by winning local playwrights, at Key City Playhouse.
 


SUNDAY, MARCH 9:

 

2:30 p.m. – Winning One-Act Productions, three plays by winning local playwrights, at Key City Playhouse.

 

 

----------- FULL FESTIVAL WEEKEND ---- March 13 - 16 ------------

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 13:

5:00 p.m. – Playwright Potluck, bring a dish to share, at Pope Marine Building.

7:30 p.m. – Winning One-Act Productions, three plays by winning local playwrights, at Key City Playhouse.


FRIDAY, MARCH 14:

10:00 a.m. – Staged Reading of full-length play-in-progress: "Fata Morgana" by Jeni Mahoney, at Key City Playhouse.

12:00 noon – Open Rehearsal of full-length play-in-progress: "Atrocity" by Kim Hinton, at Pope Marine Building.

1:30 p.m. – One-Act Productions, three plays by winning local playwrights, at Key City Playhouse.

4:30 p.m. – Here, There & Everywhere: Readings of Women Playwrights from Around the World, at Key City Playhouse.

6:00 p.m. – One-Act Readings, three plays by winning local playwrights, at Pope Marine Building.

7:30 p.m. – A Special Evening with Richard Dresser and his play, "100 Years," at Key City Playhouse. Artist reception to follow for attendees.


SATURDAY, MARCH 15:

10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. – PlayFest Playwriting Workshop taught by Richard Dresser, at Pope Marine Building. (Free; advance registration requested.)

11:00 a.m. – Here, There & Everywhere: Readings of Women Playwrights from Around the World, at Key City Playhouse.

1:30 p.m. – InstaPlay, a writing-prompt exercise for playwrights, improv actors and audience, at Pope Marine Building.

2:00 p.m. – Staged Reading of full-length play-in-progress: "Atrocity" by Kim Hinton, at Key City Playhouse.

3:30 p.m. – Open Rehearsal of full-length play-in-progress: "Fata Morgana" by Jeni Mahoney, at Pope Marine Building.

6:00 p.m. – Panel Discussion on "Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Playwriting as a Tool for Healing,” at Key City Playhouse.

7:30 p.m. – One-Act Productions, three plays by winning local playwrights, at Key City Playhouse.


SUNDAY, MARCH 16:

10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. – Playwriting Intensive taught by Richard Dresser, at Pope Marine Building. ($75 or included in Writer’s Pass; advance registration requested.)

1:00 p.m. – Staged Reading of full-length play-in-progress: "Fata Morgana" by Jeni Mahoney, at Key City Playhouse.

3:00 p.m. – One-Act Readings, three plays by winning local playwrights, at Pope Marine Building.

5:00 p.m. – Staged Reading of full-length play-in-progress: "Atrocity" by Kim Hinton, at Key City Playhouse.

7:30 p.m. – Staged Reading of full-length play-in-progress: "100 Years," by Richard Dresser, at Key City Playhouse.

 

 

Here's the list of all of the local winning playwrights over the 18 years of Playwrights' Festivals (1996 - 2013) !

 

 

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