Four all-new plays by Washington playwrights
in 2015 BILL & PEGGY HUNT PLAYWRIGHTS FESTIVAL
Great low price – $10 tickets to see two plays!
(April 22, 2015 – Burien, WA) – For about the price of a matinee movie theater ticket, you can see two brand-new award-winning plays live in May during the Playwrights Festival at Burien Actors Theatre.
The 2015 Bill & Peggy Hunt Playwrights Festival offers four weekends of four new shows written by Washington State Playwrights from May 1 through May 24.
Tickets are just $10, and each ticket includes admission to two plays–a one-act followed by a full-length and a talk-back with the playwright.
From May 1-10, the one-act The Study Group is paired with the full-length The Skilled Use of Blunt Objects. The Study Group, written by Stephan Feldman, is a one-act comedy-drama in which a hare-brained prank involving a mouse and a desk leads to issues of sexual ethics. The Skilled Use of Blunt Objects, written by Thomas Pierce, is a full-length drama that explores just how far people will go to get elected.
From May 15-24, the one-act Dr. Kritzinger’s 12 O’Clock is paired with the full-length Four Gone Conclusions: Some Brief Field Trips into the Absurd. Dr. Kritzinger’s 12 O’Clock is a one-act study in evil about the 1942 meeting in which Nazi and German officials set in motion the “Final Solution” for the Jews. Four Gone Conclusions: Some Brief Field Trips into the Absurd, written by Kevin Boze, is a full-length comedy that offers an absurdist look at life, the afterlife, whales, aliens and more.