Ten-Minute Play Festival
The University of Iowa Department of Theatre Arts is proud to present the 20th Annual Ten-Minute Play Festival. Join us for the premiere of these undergraduate playwright’s new works!
Performances of productions will take place on February 9, 10, 11 at 8:00 p.m. and February 12 at 2:00 p.m. in Theatre B. Readings will take place on February 11 at 2:00 p.m.
Fire from the Heart of Man
By Benjamin Sulzberger
Directed by Clara Reynen
When George undergoes an experimental treatment for his Alzheimer's, he discovers what truly makes him who he is.
|Old George||Adam Koob|
By Malcom Queneau
Directed by Michael Hamlett
A science fiction procedural.
Spirit of Communication
By Abigail Kahl
Directed by Gracey Murphy
A Ouija board helps two roommates learn to communicate with one another.
By Eileen Campbell
Directed by Laura Townsend
Oblong eats his pet fish. Over crosswords, poetry, and trauma, he and his best pal Norris figure out how to deal with that.
By Sarah Bridgeport
Directed by Tessa Stahlhut
Narrators are the ones who tell stories for a reason. What happens when they're given their own?
|Narrator 1||Leo Gibson|
|Narrator 2||Serena Collins|
The Intersection Between Organized Crime and Happy Couples
By Connett Croghan
Directed by Lyn-z Harney
A Good Ole Fashioned Rom-Com ... Sort of?
Grappling by Elin Dejus
Harambe by Jacob Prall
Hero’s Chance by Sophie Katz
The Highway by Allan Zeng
Memories by Jeremy Friedman
Terraform by Alyssa Cokinis
|Producer||Micah Ariel James|
|Scenic Designer||Clarice Kelling|
|Lighting Designer||Merric Bower|
|Stage Manager||Lindsey Francisco|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Megan Wynn|
Tickets for Gallery Productions are available in the Theatre lobby one hour before showtime.
Tickets are $5 for non-students and free for University of Iowa students with a valid ID.
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact the Department of Theatre Arts in advance at 319.335.2700.