The fifth annual event will also include an evening of short plays by the winners of Write On!, Hartford Stage’s 3rd annual teenage playwriting competition. Running at the Connecticut company's mainstage will be the world premiere production of Peter & Jerry by Edward Albee. The schedule of "Brand:NEW 2004" is as follows:
The 8 winning one-act entries by teens on the title theme.
The past of an exonerated African-American, formerly on death row for an 18-year-old murder charge, comes back into question when he gains support for a Senate seat.
The downtown New York City favorite brings her take on today's hot topics.
Three filmmakers consider the possibility of turning a conversation between three retirees on a beach into a movie.
The drama which follows a New England family's ups and downs after the death of their father.
The documentary theatre work about the 900 cult followers of Jim Jones who in 1978 took their lives en masse in Guyana.
Based on a true story, time and circumstance work mysteriously for a married couple who deal with a newfound love and failing health simultaneously.
A darkly comic tale involving a killer, a bully, a mother, a son and a foster child in one family.
June 13 -7:30 PM A Likely Story written and performed by David Cale
Portraits of a nude housewife, a man intimate with Judy Garland, a Hollywood star, a woman in a karaoke bar and an investment banker — all at a crossroads. "Brand:NEW" readings will be held at Hartford Stage’s Rehearsal Studios, 942 Main Street (The Richardson Building/Marriott Residence Inn) in Hartford, CT. Select readings will take place in the John Huntington stage (at 50 Church Street). Limited seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information, visit www.hartfordstage.org.