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Brea: Page to Stage Playwrights Festival

Presented by Curtis Theatre at the Brea Civic and Cultural Center, The at Curtis Theatre at the Brea Civic and Cultural Center, The, Brea CA

Sep 10 - 12 2021
Brea:  Page to Stage Playwrights Festival

Join the Curtis Theatre for the the second "Page to Stage Playwrights Festival: That's What She Said"!  This festival is directed by Heather Enriquez and aims to provide a platform for the female voice.

The purpose of the Page to Stage Playwrights Festival is to foster rising artists and nurture new plays by providing playwrights an opportunity to showcase their works for audiences in our community.

This year’s festival will be produced in conjunction with the That’s What She Said Women

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ADMISSION INFO

$10-$15

COVID-19 Policy:  Masks are required for all ticketholders inside theatre regardless of vaccination status, except for individual ticketholders whose age, medical condition, or disability status exempts them from mask requirements, as defined by the California Department of Public Health.

Food and beverages may be enjoyed outdoors on the plaza.

Contact: 714.990.7722

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

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Sept 10:  “The Calorie Counters” by Molly Wagner | Directed by Brenda Kenworthy
This is the story of an overweight woman who is asked to lose weight for her sister's wedding. It explores the grey areas of living life as an overweight person...the in-between of hating your body and celebrating it completely.

Sept 11:  “Hairpeace” by Dr. Janice Liddell | Directed by Brooke Aston
This is the story of how life-long friends deal with anticipating the death of one of their own. While the focus is not hair, its importance to black women is far from ignored.

Sept. 11.:  "A Dry Rosé" by Missy Koonce | Directed by Heather Enriquez
This is a coming of (older) age comedy dealing with the lives of four lesbian women, and how they navigate dating in this social media saturated society. *Talkback with the playwright to immediately follow.

Sept. 12.:  "Early Birds" by Dana Schwartz | Directed by Jill Cary Martin
Ivy and Nora decide that even in their 70s, it's never too late to embark on a new adventure. An irreverent, heartwarming comedy directed by Jill Carey Martin.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

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Curtis Theatre at the Brea Civic and Cultural Center, The

One Civic Center Circle, Brea, CA 92821

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