An Evening of Staged Readings
|Thu 10/6/22||7:30 PM||GET TICKETS|
Join us for our first ever night of staged readings. All of the plays presented will be written by new upcoming playwrights and presented by Stadium actors. Don’t miss this chance to experience what may be broadways next big hit!
*Adult Content, a Marquee Room Event. Seating is Limited.
Meet the Playwrights
Tegan Garon | Moving On
Tegan Garon lives in a small Vermont town, where he is a high school math teacher by day and an aspiring playwright by night. Two of his ten-minute plays have been produced by the Vermont Playwrights Circle: “Crossroads” in TenFest 2021 and “Family Business” in TenFest 2022. He also has a one-minute play published in Contemporary One Minute Plays–Volume 2 through Fresh Words.
Moving On: A woman who is too anxious to leave her home grapples with a romantic interest and coming to terms with reality.
Catherine Giorgetti | Overcome
Catherine Giorgetti is a theatre artist based in Boston, Massachusetts. She is a fifth year student at Northeastern University where she is double majoring in Theatre and History with a minor in Playwriting. Through Northeastern, she has completed two cooperative education jobs at Central Square Theatre and Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, and is currently the education co-op at Actors' Shakespeare Project. Catherine was recently a finalist in Moonbox Productions' First Ever Boston New Work Festival, with her play Rocky Relationships. Additional playwriting credits include City of Lost Love (Silver Masque, Northeastern University, October 2021), Overcome (first place winner of METG Sherwood Collins Playwriting Contest and Framingham Cultural Council Scholarship, 2018), and Boys, Period. (Honorable mention at Trinity Repertory's Write Here! Write Now! 10-minute Play Festival 2018).
Overcome: A woman is sexually assaulted by her boss shortly after starting a new job. Lead by her emotions, watch as she navigates the aftermath of this experience.
Bianca M. Vranceanu | The Infinite Moment of Now
Bianca M. Vranceanu is a playwright located in Boston, Massachusetts. She recently graduated from Northeastern University and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre, with a minor in Playwriting and English. As an American-Romanian playwright, her international background and experience of different cultures influences her work. Bianca’s personal mission is to write about women and bring their often unheard stories to light. This is the debut of The Infinite Moment of Now. While writing this play Bianca was inspired by the growth and change of female friendships overtime.
The Infinite Moment of Now: This play explores the fragility, fierceness and sometimes fanciful nature of female friendship. Friendships are malleable; they shift, grow, and end. The Infinite Moment of Now explores the dynamic bond between three friends and how they develop over more than a decade.
Mary ElizaBeth Peters | Jonathan
Mary ElizaBeth Peters is an author, theatre artist, and educator; who also happens to have cystic fibrosis. Ten years ago she underwent a double lung transplantation surgery, which transformed her life and health but did not "cure" her of having cystic fibrosis, or diabetes. From her experiences, Mary ElizaBeth turned helping others navigate the complicated world of medical life, into a true passion. As a patient advocate, she helps people with chronic illnesses empower themselves through education, confidence, and self-advocacy. Mary ElizaBeth seeks to direct, write, and produce works that focus on sharing individual stories that tell authentic truths and prompt hard questions. Her main goals as an educator is to teach others that their creative voice and expression matters, individual and collective creativity is important, and that it can be used to empower yourself or those around you.
Jonathan: is a play about a young man living with autism who is working at a big-box store during the busy holiday season. This play asks audiences to consider their beliefs about disability, employment and education, and to take a real look at how we all treat each other.