Fringe Goes Long

Monday, December 1, 2014 (All day) to Tuesday, December 9, 2014 (All day)
Enjoy staged readings of full-length plays in progress, penned by students in the Creative Writing graduate playwriting program and performed and presented by the Theatre Arts Department. December 1-2 and December 9, 7pm. Free.
Creative Arts Building, Studio Theatre
Theatre Arts Department, Creative Writing Department
SF State Box Office
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  • December 1: Broken by Patricia Reynoso. Directed by Nara Dahlbacka. As chief of police, Carla Harris investigates the mysterious disappearance of the Grady family’s matriarch she uncovers secrets that will change everyone’s life forever. How do you piece together the shards of a broken life? What if someone close to you was a murderer?
  • December 2: The New American Order by Conrad Panganiban. Directed by Terry Boero. Beverly Marie-Spencer has attained the American dream and wants to share it. A sudden turn of events forces her to fight for her hard earned comforts, and in the process redefine what it means to be American. Comedy ensues. How much are you willing to pay for the American dream?
  • December 9: She Was Here by Becky Raeta. Directed by Tessa Carter. An examination of how women’s roles in Western history are stigmatized when infamous dead women are stuck in a limbo world between life and death — and have been for centuries. Our hearts are still waiting.