Co-EXIST: stories of unlikely connection
2020 Redwood City Play Festival
Fuse Theatre and The Dragon are introducing new and revised online events for the upcoming 2020 Redwood City Play Festival program titled, Co-EXIST: stories of unlikely connection. Committing to expand online platforms and extending the festival throughout the coming months in an effort to open space for important conversations around racism and to support BIPOC and Queer artists – a new Short Play Clinic, Play Studio events, and Rotating Peer Panel discussions are among the planned events.
Sunday, 9/20 @ 2p PT
Co-EXIST Short Play Clinic
- Three short plays from Bay Area playwrights. Swipe Right by Mikki Gillette, Bibbidy Bobbidy Boos by Allison Fradkin, and OMG by James C. Ferguson. The event includes a reading of the plays and an interactive feedback session with the playwrights.
Wednesday, 9/23 @ 7:00p PT
Co-EXIST Cocktails with September Artists
- Participants enjoy conversations about upcoming programs/events and “cocktails” with some of the September Artists from the Festival.
- Moderated by Artistic Directors – Alika Spencer-Koknar, Bora “Max” Koknar (Dragon), and Stacey Ardelean (Fuse)
Friday, 9/25 @ 6:30p PT
Co-EXIST Play Studio
- “The Making of American Carnage”
- Solo Performance by Aimee Greenberg
- Aimee Greenberg shares a developmental reading of her solo performance originally slated to be performed as part of the Bay Area Women’s Theatre Festival in the Spring of 2020.
Saturday, 9/26 @ 5p PT
Co-EXIST Peer Panel – Theatre Artists: Women of Color
- Women of color in theatre share their experiences in dialogue with each other. Stacey Ardelean, Artistic Director of Fuse Theatre, curates a panel of women for September’s Peer Panel.
Participation in these events are “Pay What You Will”
Your donation is greatly appreciated and helps us to bring you these events