Every year, it gets harder and harder to select a final line-up. Maybe it’s the fact that this year’s theme drew such a wild variety of work that I feel like – were the opportunity there – I could have done two weekends with two different festival line-ups and both would have freakin’ ROCKED!
But – although we’ve grown – we haven’t unlocked two-weekend status yet.
So I had the difficult, but beautiful challenge, of creating one final and winning line-up.
I’ve got to say, it’s going to be a kick-ass evening of work! Please scroll down to see our official selections for the 2017 Female Playwrights ONSTAGE Festival: Hot Mess. We hope you’ll join us July 6th – 8th in Prescott, AZ for this new play event. Our non-profit this year is Days For Girls, with a portion of proceeds benefiting this most excellent and necessary organization – so you can have an awesome time, while also doing some good, which is really all kinds of fantastic!
Tickets are available HERE. Stay in touch with us via Facebook and Twitter for more updates.
The 2017 Winning ONSTAGE Plays and Playwrights include:
Zero-Six-Two-Eight (monologue), by Katherine James
Boxes are Magic, by Allie Costa
Spark, by Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich
The Worst of All Evils, by Philana Omorotionmwan
Evolution Fast Track, by Micki Shelton
Three Ghosts of Elizabeth Bathory, by Anne Flanagan
Co-workers, by C.J. Ehrlich
Linda (monologue), by Diana Burbano
Hot/Mess by Jen Huszcza
Mommy Knows Best (monologue), by Tiffany Antone
Fruit Salad of Shame, Ellen Davis Sullivan
Educated Fleas Do It, by Karen Loseff Lothan
While not part of the winning line-up, the following plays/playwrights did make this year’s list of finalists (and made our final decision extra difficult):
Gel-Us, by Paige Zubel
Springful, by Bex Frankeberger
Killing Barbie, Sharon Goldner
My Pretty Pink Rifle, by Jennifer Walton
Full Circle, by Mikki Russ
What’ll it Be?, by Amber Bosworth
Bodega Pricing, by Reina Hardy
Thank you to all of this year’s participating playwrights. Your work inspires us, motivates us, and is what keeps the ONSTAGE festival alive and thriving. Thank you, thank you, thank you!