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This is a free event.
The Cornish Winter New Works series consists of staged readings of three brand-new plays written by Theater Original Works Seniors. Working with professional directors and dramaturgs, these playwrights get two weeks to put up their brand new plays and hear them for the first time. An opportunity to see the creation of new theater.
Book of Daniel by Drew Combs, directed by Wayne Rawley February 7 & 8, 8 p.m. Book of Daniel is a play about a young man who believes that hipsters are the so-called "zombie apocalypse." Armed with his new-found ally, and the approval of the Lord, Daniel and Regina must now reconcile their budding friendship with the end of world.
Insufficient by Grace Carmack, directed by Kathleen Collins February 14 & 15, 8 p.m. Insufficient is the story of two women and their budding relationship and the violent episode that brings them face-to-face with who they really are. Through memory and poetry, the story details Astrid and Peril's struggle to try to make things right and justify their choices.
Duerme by Xochitl Portillo-Moody, directed by Richard E.T. White February 21 & 22, 8 p.m. Duerme is a play about a young Latina woman, escaping the death of her beloved father through her own imaginary world. The lines between reality, memory and her own subconscious become more confused as she decides whether to eat her grief or drown in it.