April 14, 2023 - April 16, 2023 @ 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm - About the Festival: Macha Theatre Works is thrilled to present their first New Works Reading Festival. This event runs April 14–16, 2023 at West of Lenin in the Fremont neighborhood. This festival includes 7 new plays in 3 days by women, femme-identifying, and non-binary playwrights from across the country. About New Work: Macha Theatre Works [...]
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Macha Theatre Works is thrilled to present their first New Works Reading Festival. This event runs April 14–16, 2023 at West of Lenin in the Fremont neighborhood. This festival includes 7 new plays in 3 days by women, femme-identifying, and non-binary playwrights from across the country.
About New Work:
Macha Theatre Works strives to support underrepresented voices to expand the theater canon at large. We believe in order to change the game at the top we need to create a content catalog of stories by women and global majority artists that is undeniable.
The Festival Schedule – 7 Plays, 3 days
Friday, April 14th, our Kick Off Event with drinks and post-play discussion!
7pm: This Time, It Will Be Just For You by Maggie Lee* (Seattle)
Saturday, April 15th
12pm: I will miss you when you’re gone by Jessica Moss(Toronto)
3pm: Bloomer Girls by Emily Brauer Rogers* (Los Angeles)
7pm: Nanay by Molly Olis Krost* (Bay Area/Seattle) +
Sunday, April 16th
12pm: Gumiho by Nina Ki (Brooklyn)
3pm: What to Expect When You’re Simulatingby Nabra Nelson* (Seattle)
7pm: Finding Neil Patrick Harris by Donna Hoke* (New York)
*Playwright will be in attendance, in person.
Other Event Info
Cost:$ Reservations required? Reservations required for some events Age restrictions? 18+ Dress code? No dress code