2017 Brave New Play Rites Festival at Studio 1398 Granville Island

Twenty-six incredible plays were submitted this year.  A huge thank you to the playwrights for their hard work.  Mark your calendars folks, it’s going to be an amazing festival.

Staged Reading Series, March 19, 2017

Closed  by Ella Adkins

Our Game by Matt Cardinal

The Paris Memoires by Samuel Chapman

Dystopian Man by Max D’Ambrosio

W(h)ine it Up! By Heather Farrell

Flowers by Samarra Goldglas

Pending by Derrick Gravener

Cake by Avash Islam

Dragged by Sandy Lalonde

Farming with Satanism by Isabella Laird

Teenybopper by Tess Leblanc

McDaddy by Blake Morrow

Lightdrop by Ashley Park

Horseplay by Douglas Schmidt

Occupational Hazard by Adam Tatelman

Waiting Room by Nicola Wanless

Full Productions, March 23-26, 2017

Decisions Decisions by Shawn Blore

Medium by Karla Comanda

The Hoarder by Olivia Etey

Bait by Alyssa Hirose

Stuck in Transit by Hallie Ann Jacobson

Thump Thump by Liesl Lafferty

Onward & Up by Emily Peck

Pizza Night by Kyle Schoenfeld

Audition by Nathan Smith

Dead Money by Hope Thompson

Looking forward to this!

– BNPR Producing Team

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About Brave New Play Rites

For its 31st anniversary, UBC’s Brave New Play Rites Festival will premiere ten short full productions and a staged reading series at Studio 1398 on Granville Island in March 2017. The plays, written by UBC Creative Writing students, will be an ambitious collaboration between emerging and established directors, dramaturgs, designers and actors from our vibrant artistic community to create stories of profundity, hilarity and chaos.
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