November Meeting Notice

Our next monthly meeting will be Monday, November 18th, at 7 PM, at The Lowell Center, corner of Langdon and Frances. The nearest ramp is two blocks south with entrances on Lake or Frances. Street parking is free after 6 PM.

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Starting about 7:10, we will read:

“Jazz: or Trivial Topic to Test Technique” ……….. by Nick Schweitzer  :02  5 readers
“Evariste Galois: Life of a Radical Revolutionary” …. by Flynn Dustrud :40 12M, 4W
“Intro to Creepie Crawlies” (monolog) …..…….……. by George Farah. :02 1W or 1M
“Shelter” …………………………………………………………. by Bob Curry :40 1W  2M 1 SD

October Meeting Notice

Our next monthly meeting will be Monday, October 21st, at 7 PM, at The Lowell Center, corner of Langdon and Frances

The nearest ramp is two blocks south with entrances on Lake or Frances. Street parking is free after 6 PM.

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Starting about 7:10, we will read:

Untitled ………………………………………… by Sam Gutierrez     :40  1W, 2M
The Garden …………………………………… by Nick Schweitzer  :50  3W, 3M, 1 SD
“The Last Emerald,” “Bug Off”  ………. by Paula Pachciarz   :30 2W, 1M, 1 any
“Evariste Galois: Life of a Radical Revolutionary” …. by Flynn Dustrud :20

September Meeting Notice

Our next monthly meeting will be Monday, September 23rd, at 7 PM, at the Lowell Center, corner of Langdon and Frances. The nearest ramp is two blocks south with entrances on Lake or Frances. Street parking is free after 6 PM.

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Starting about 7:10, we will read:

Sin Eater …………………………. by Coleman :100  .  4 men, 4 women

“The Mosquito House” ……… by Steven Salmon :10  .  1w, 1m

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****Playwrights Ink Writing Challenge Put on Back Burner****

As we did not get a huge response to the challenge of Creepy Crawlies we have decided to put that project on long term development. We would still like to see scripts for consideration in a possible production, but we will accumulate them and renew it when we have more plays. Creepy Crawlies may include insects, arachnids, small rodents and vermin in general.  The desired length is from one minute to 15 minutes.  Playwrights may submit up to three short plays each.

Writing challenge for Sept meeting: Creepy Crawlies

Playwrights Ink is seeking scripts on the theme of Creepy Crawlies for consideration in a possible production. This may include insects, arachnids, small rodents and vermin in general.  The desired length is from one minute to 15 minutes.  Playwrights may submit up to three short plays each.  The September 2019 meeting will be reserved for shorts based on this theme.  Any carry over of the theme plays can continue into the October meeting but the deadline is September 16th at 7:15PM for submission.

All plays must be scheduled with Bob Curry. Whether a selection committee is formed and whether PI chooses to have a further staged reading or full production is yet to be determined.

September 20 update: As we did not get a huge response to the challenge of Creepy Crawlies we have decided to put that project on long term development. We would still like to see scripts for consideration in a possible production, but we will accumulate them and renew it when we have more plays. Creepy Crawlies may include insects, arachnids, small rodents and vermin in general.  The desired length is from one minute to 15 minutes.  Playwrights may submit up to three short plays each.

August Meeting Notice

Our next monthly meeting will be Monday, August 19th, at 7 PM, at The Lowell Center, corner of Langdon and Frances. The nearest ramp is two blocks south with entrances on Lake or Frances. Street parking is free after 6 PM.

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Starting about 7:10, we will read:

The Crazy Author’s Life ……. by Steven Salmon :80/ Actors: Lots of men, lots of women.
“Galois”  ………………………….. by Flynn Dustrud  :10 2M

July Meeting Notice

Our next monthly meeting will be Monday, July 15th, at 7 PM, at The Lowell Center, corner of Langdon and Frances. The nearest ramp is two blocks south with entrances on Lake or Frances. Street parking is free after 6 PM.

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Starting about 7:10, we will read:

Few Street ……………………………… by George Farah  :80
“Bernard Manages” ………………… by Allen Youngwood :26  3M, 2W