Our 2015 ONSTAGE Semi-Finalists

Outside the Lines poster_webIt’s been an awesome couple of weeks over here at Little Black Dress INK— full of fantastic new plays and incredible peer-reviews—and we are feeling oh-so grateful to everyone who shared their work, time, and talents with us!

That said, our 2015 ONSTAGE Project is underway with the Outside the Lines new play festival, and we are absolutely THRILLED to announce this year’s ONSTAGE Semi-Finalists:

A Thousand and One by Mary S. Parisoe
After the Chicken Dance by Jaclyn Grogan
An Announcement by Nancy Cooper Frank
At the Gates of the House of the Mother of Waters by Eli Effinger-Weintraub
Blue Light by Molly Pease
Bottom Line by Melanie Ewbank
Chicken Shoot by Jennie Webb
Down There by Sharon Goldner
Edna and Furber by Patricia Mew
Ephemera by Beth Kander
For Anyone Who Cares by Hannah Baker
Green Dog by Delia Whitehead
If I Were a Man by Mercedes Segesvary
Muse Me by Katherine James
Non-synchronous Reflection by Susan Goodell
Pythagorian Triplets by Bridgette Dutta Portman
My Heart and I by Jaisey Bates
Nothing in Particular by Rhea MacCallum
Running Lines by Jen Huszcza
Secondhand Gifts by C.J. Ehrlich
Senor Adria by Anne Dimock
Seven Minutes in Heaven by Eugenie Carabatsos
Slut by Nayna Agrawal
Solo Journeys by Kirsten Van Ritzen
Striae by Denise St. Pierre
Survival Strategy by Donna Hoke
The Exchange by Katherine Koller
The Feast by Celine Song
The Shoebox by Anne Hamilton
Three Lessons In Living by Amy Schleunes
This by Jen Huszcza
Time Slot by Kay Poiro
Tweak by Diane Sampson
Winter Light by Christine Foster
With my Eyes Shut by Kira Rockwell
Working Late by Rachael Brogan Flannery

Each of our playwrights will receive at least one reading with one of our partner producers in either Santa Barbara, CA; Sedona, AZ; Auburn, AL; Ames, IA, Minneapolis, MN, or Waco, TX before moving on to our live-stream reading in LA, and final production in Prescott, AZ.

Welcome to the party, ladies!  #FemalePlaywrightsROCK!

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