2015 Page to Stage Festival

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Join Nu Sass in a FREE evening of New Play Readings!
We are beyond thrilled to be joining the Kennedy Center Page to Stage Festival for the first time.

We will be presenting the works of 3 local playwrights in 3 shifts. There will be talk backs after each playwright’s work, so please engage with us to try to create stronger, more beautiful, more meaningful theatre in DC.

So enjoy your Labor Day weekend! Get your picnic and BBQ and family and fun on, and then wrap it all up with an evening of FREE, innovative, engaging theatre.
5 p.m.

Nu Sass Productions 
Q&A
On Bank Robberies
By Keegan Cassady
Directed by Angela Kay Pirko

Two short plays by a new local playwright, these brilliant new patter plays take turns you would certainly not expect. Followed by post-performance discussion. Comedy. Recommended for ages 13 and up. [Israeli Lounge] [Cursing]

6:30 p.m.

Nu Sass Productions
The Rosaline Adventures, or Exit Pursued by a Zombie
By Pamela Leahigh
Directed by Emma Jackson
Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets Shakespeare in a story that follows the lives of those left behind after Romeo and Juliet take the long nap–or so we think they do. Followed by post-performance discussion. Adventure. Recommended for ages 13 and up. [Israeli Lounge] [Cursing, violence]

8:15 p.m.

Nu Sass Productions
22 Boom
By Miranda Rose Hall
Directed by Renana Fox
A series of pieces written on demand for patrons when the playwright was in residence at Baltimore’s Center Stage. Similar to Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, this collection of plays travels through the gamut of theatrical experiences. Followed by post-performance discussion. Recommended for ages 13 and up. [Israeli Lounge] [Cursing, sexuality]

Learn more about the 40+ theaters presenting in the 2015 Page to Stage Festival here

A DC Based, Female Driven Theatre Company