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Manifest Minifest, third annual short play festival

Presented by New Manifest Theatre Company at Online/Virtual Space

Oct 13 - 16 2021
Manifest Minifest, third annual short play festival

New Manifest Theatre presents the third annual Manifest Minifest short play festival streaming October 13-16.

This year’s festival highlights short plays by Rita Anderson, Cris Eli Blak, Ezequiel González Camaño, and Sandy Lam. We will also have artist panels about Cultivating Inclusive Creative Spaces and Solo Show: Page to Stage, along with a rebroadcast of last year’s Early Career Producing and Playwriting workshops.
Festival Schedule:
October 13- freshwater grass by Ezequiel González Camaño and artist panel, Curating Inclusive Creative Spaces with Ang Bey and Toni Robinson

October 14- Twitter

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Tickets are free and we accept donations.

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

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Festival Schedule:
October 13- freshwater grass by Ezequiel González Camaño and artist panel, Curating Inclusive Creative Spaces with Ang Bey and Toni Robinson

October 14- Twitter Feed by Sandy Lam and artist panel, Solo Show: Page to Stage with Oktavea LaToi and Taji Senior

October 15- Principal’s Office by Cris Eli Blak and rebroadcast of Minifest Round 2: Early Career Producing Workshop with Rudy Ramierez and Iyvon Edebiri

October 16- Love is a Rollercoarster by Rita Anderson and rebroadcast of Minifest Round 2: Playwriting with Idris Goodwin and Kristiana Rae Colón

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

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