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Greenhouse 2022

Thursday, May 05
Event Time 07:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Cost Free
Location Creative Arts Building, The Lab
Contact Email agaljour@sfsu.edu

Overview

Six of the hottest emerging playwrights in the Bay Area — students Nathanael Mitchell, Ku'uipo Rio, Dean Engle, Connor Wentworth, Megan Chenot and Hasti Jofari — present staged readings of their new work. Made possible in part through the generosity of the Sam Mazza Foundation. Free.

Program

May 5, 7:30 p.m.
Argentina by Nathanael Mitchell
An encapsulating story about one's tendency and bias towards or against an institution.

May 6, 6 p.m.
I Want to Hold Hands With the Sun by by Ku'uipo Rio
How much would you tell the Sun if She was your best friend?

May 7, 2 p.m.
Strange Bedfellows by Dean Engle
A poet, a playwright, a novelist, a true crime podcaster, a horror writer, and an erotic historian are chosen for the prestigious Bedford Writing Fellowship. Personalities clash, techniques are challenged, writers are blocked… and ghosts are revealed.

May 8, 1 p.m.
Resting Place by Connor Wentworth
Alex, Carson, and Katie have a friendship that can weather anything. But when tragedy washes up on the shore of their small coastal town in Maine, their friendship is tested by grief, love, and a touch of mystery.

Greg and Hollis in the Morgue by Megan Chenot
How much should we change for the ones we love? Or, should Hollis accept Greg as he is - cannibalism and all?

Breakfast Theory by Hasti Jofari
What if a 6-year-old Oedipus’s entire fate could be found in the way he had his eggs for breakfast?

 

  • Location: Creative Arts Building, The Lab
  • Sponsor: Creative Writing Department, School of Theatre & Dance, Z Space
  • Contact: Ann Galijour
  • E-mail: agaljour@sfsu.edu

 

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Proof of vaccination is required and will be checked at the doors. 

Masks are also required to be worn at all times inside the venue and inside all San Francisco State University Buildings.

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