The nationally renowned showcase of new works features five digit readings.
April, May, and June 2021: This year’s Pacific Playwrights Festival, a nationally renowned showcase of new works, is being offered exclusively in digital format, with high quality video production, professionally filmed with a multi-camera setup to capture the best qualities of a traditional play reading.
This year, we offer up five digital readings ranging from a Korean American family’s cross-country road-trip to a blues guitarist who may have sold his soul to the devil; from two very different women who meet in the fake paradise of a Mexican resort to a man who fled his troubles in Iran for London; and a Hollywood love story—a musical—about two of Hollywood’s unheralded magic makers. There’s something for everyone.
Each play streams for one week after its release (Monday-Sunday).
by York Walker
by Charlie Oh
by Shayan Lotfi
by Christine Quintana
Harold & Lillian
book & lyrics by Dan Collins, music by Julianne Wick Davis, based on the documentary film by Daniel Raim
NOTE: The readings in the Pacific Playwrights Festival are recommended for audiences of high school age and older.
$80 (all five readings) or $19 each
SCR's Box Office staff is available Mondays, from noon-5 p.m.; and Tuesdays-Fridays, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Purchase anytime online at: https://www.scr.org/plays/pacific-playwrights-festival/2021-pacific-playwrights-festival
2021/04/26 - 2021/06/27
Additional time info:
New-play readings will be released Mondays and stream through Sundays.