14th Annual New Voices Young Playwright's Festival

 

April 23 - April 25

In the Bingham Theatre

Inspired by the New Voices Playwriting Residency, the New Voices Young Playwrights Festival is fully produced by Actors Education and the Professional Training Company. By harnessing the wildly creative resources under its roof, Actors Theatre Education provides an opportunity where young people of all backgrounds are invited to see plays and make plays.


performed by the actors of the 2018-2019 Professional Training Company

 

Upcoming Performances

Tickets go on sale in April.

2019 Lineup

The Wilting
by Gabriel Cora (Floyd Central High School)
directed by Emma Leff
Dramaturg...Susan Yassky

The Circle of Leaf
by Sophie Ice (Assumption High School)
directed by Emily Moler
Dramaturg...LaShana Avery

Purple
by Katelyn Spencer (Washington County High School)
directed by Keith McGill
Dramaturg...Kelly Carr

Misaligned Skies
by Ariana Tulay (Moore Traditional High School)
directed by Janelle Renee Dunn
Dramaturg...Janelle Baker

What’s More Important
by Claire Binford (Male High School)
directed by Sharifa Elkady
Dramaturg...Laura Mullaney

Luna
by Maddie Gaughan (Youth Performing Arts High School)
directed by Rachel Bischoff
Dramaturg...Alonna Ray

Sickcom
by Sara Sandfort (Male High School)
directed by Rebecca Redman
Dramaturg...Seun Soyemi

A Man of Dance
by Corbin Gravil (Kentucky School for the Blind)
directed by Abigail Miskowiec
Dramaturg...Ben Otten

Honorable Mentions:
Just Another Hunt
by Abigail Scott (New Albany High School)
Oh Crap! Bees Are Attacking Our Airbase
by Quinton Byrd (Jeffersonville High School)

Plan Your Trip

Your Visit

If this is your first time coming to the theatre, or it's been awhile since your last visit, here are some useful tips to know before you go.

Dining

Make a reservation at MilkWood, owned and operated by celebrity chef Ed Lee.