PLAYWORKS 2018

Department of Theatre, Film and Digital Production

PLAYWORKS 2018
by UCR Undergraduate and MFA Playwrights

Prof. Erith Jaffe-Berg, Artistic Director
Premiere productions exploring issues and textures of contemporary life by the best UCR student playwrights. A different slate of work is scheduled for each performance.

Playwrights include: Terri Tomlinson • Robert Bailey • Gloria Ines • Selena Cortez • Katheryn Valle • Chrystal Kim * Hannah Boal * Miranda Sayer * Gerson Ibanez • Serrina Lam • Lilia Flanagan • Maxwell Kantomer  • Tejahra Jacobs • Connor Kubota • Erica Lynn James • Leelee Jackson  • Mercedes Floresislas • Holly Rudolph • Michael Robinson • Maricar Macario • Carissa Atallah • Krista Skorupski

Some plays include adult subject matter, sexual situations, violence and strong language.

3 Performances:
June 6, Wednesday, 8:00 pm
June 7,  Thursday, 8:00 pm
June 8, Friday, 8:00 pm

• Free and open to the public
Theatre Lab, Humanities 411, located next to the University Theatre

Updated June 7

JUNE 6
BLANK PAGE by Gerson Ibanez   
    Directed by Maxwell Kantomer
PAPER PLANES by Tejahra Jacobs    
    Directed by Kellen Lowe
PICTURE PERFECT by Selena Cortez
    Directed by Hannah Boal
THE FATE OF THE ANIMALS by Maxwell Kantomer   
    Directed by Katheryn Valle
A GRIM SITUATION by Connor Kubota   
    Directed by Kellen Lowe
PATCHES AND TAPE by Hannah Boal   
    Directed by Gerson Ibanez
POWERDOWN by Gloria Ines   
    Directed by Hannah Boal
DOMQUIL by Michael Robinson   
    Directed by Robin Russin

JUNE 7
BARISTA PROBLEMS by Katheryn Valle   

    Directed by Serrina Lam
THIRD WHEELER by Miranda Sayer  
    Directed by Gerson Ibanez
I SEE YOU, SUGAR by Serrina Lam   
    Directed by Maxwell Kantomer
I AM NOT AMUSED by Terri Tomlinson   
    Directed by Gloria Ines
HOMECOMING by Robert Bailey   
    Directed by Gloria Ines
THE FUNERAL by Chrystal Kim   
    Directed by Serrina Lam
DECISIONS by Erica Lynn James   
    Directed by Terri Tomlinson
TURN AND BURN by Lilia Flanagan
    Directed by Katheryn Valle
PAPI CHULO by Mercedes Floresislas   
    Directed by Stuart Krieger

JUNE 8
WANTED: PRINCE by Holly Rudolph   
    Directed by Annika Speer
MORNING by Maricar Macario   
    Directed by Kimberly Guerrero
THE MOST DANGEROUS PLAY by Krista Skorupski   
    Directed by Bella Merlin
THE BLACK GOD AT THE YMCA, a musical by Leelee Jackson   
    Directed by Donatella Galella
VOIRE DIRE by Carissa Atallah   
    Directed by Chrystal Kim

• Free and open to the public. No late seating.
Though admission is free, a ticket is required. At 7:30 pm, one ticket per person will be distributed at the venue. Seating is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.

Parking: Complimentary permits available at the Kiosk
Information: (951) 827-3245  performingarts@ucr.edu  www.theatre.ucr.edu

Friday, June 8 at 8:00pm to 10:00pm

Humanities Building , Theatre Lab, Humanities 411

Event Type

Theatre & Plays, Arts

Audience

Alumni, Faculty & Staff, General Public, Graduate Students, International Students, Transfer Students, Undergraduate Students

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Free and open to the public

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Theatre, Film, and Digital Production
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