Caity-Shea’s new one-minute play “How To Make a Sandwich” will be part of The 8th Annual Boston One-Minute Play Festival at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre.
Performances on January 5th, 6th, & 7th @ 8:00pm
Featuring Brand New One-Minute Plays by:
Emma Adler, Mimi Augustin, Rosana Alfaro, Lydia Barnett-Mulligan, Lisa Burdick, James Beardsley, Daniel Blanda, Mary Conroy, Ana Candida Carneiro, Fabiola Decius, Brendan Doris-Pierce, Elizabeth DuPre, Steve Faria, Jessica Foster, Kalen Feeney, Dante Flores, Peter Floyd, Tai Feaster, Andrea Fleck Clardy, Marzie Ghasempour, Deirdre Girard, Ken Green, Patrick Gabridge, Hortense Gerardo, David Valdes Greenwood, Silva Graziano, John Greiner-Ferris, Colleen Hughes, Greg Hovanesian, Sara Horatius, Greg Lam, Ginger Lazarus, Erin Lerch, Christopher Lockheardt, Walt McGough, Jeni Mahoney, Nina Morrison, Adara Meyers, Lesley Moreau, Gillian Mackay-Smith, Mal Malme, Grant MacDermott, James McLindon, Mwalim, David Mulie, Samantha Noble, Laura Neill, Jack Neary, Rosa Nagle, Laura Neubauer, Payne Ratner, Andrew Sianez-De La O, Cassie M. Seinuk, Kelly Smith, Donna Sorbello, Jaymes Sanchez, James Peter Sotis, Noah Tobin, Jaclyn Villano, Caity-Shea Violette, Debbie Wiess, & more!
Hatem Adell, Liz Adams, Mikey DiLoreto, Rem Myers, Steve Faria, David Marino, Alex Smith, Kelly Smith, James Peter Sotis, & Jess Viator
Dominic D’Andrea & Caitlin Wees
THE ONE-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL (#1MPF) is America’s largest and longest running grass roots theatre company, founded by Producing Artistic Director, Dominic D’Andrea . #1MPF is a social barometer project, which investigates the zeitgeist of different communities through dialogue, consensus building and a performance of 50-100 short moments generated by each community. #1MPF works in partnership with theatres and/or social organizations sharing playwright, educational or community-specific missions across the country. The aim is to create locally sourced playwright-focused community events, with the goal of promoting the spirit of radical inclusion. #1MPF represents playwrights of different age, gender, race, cultures, and points of career. The work attempts to reflect the theatrical landscape of local artistic communities by creating a dialogue between the collective conscious and the individual voice.
In each city, #1MPF works with partnering organizations to identify programs or initiatives in each community to support with the proceeds from ticket sales. The goal is to find ways give directly back to the artists in each community. Supported programs have ranged from educational programming, youth poetry projects, theatre program in prisons, playwright residencies and memberships, playwrights salaried commissions, community access projects, arts workshops and other social and artistic initiatives.