Participants Announced And Tickets On Sale For 2018 NEW YORK NEW WORKS THEATRE FESTIVAL

Tickets are now on sale for the 2018 New York New Works Theatre Festival at The festival runs September 4 - September 22, 2018. The festival is playing at Theatre Row, a program for Building the Arts NY, Inc.

"We wanted to make a difference. Our intent was to create a theatre festival that incorporated the Broadway community into an environment that truly supports talented writers," says Gene Fisch, Jr., founder and producer of the New York New Works Theatre Festival, making a name for itself in a sea of festivals by creating an environment that is equal parts festival and master class. "Essentially, this is the first festival of its kind and we're thrilled to be helping make the dreams of Broadway and T.V.'s next generation of writers become realities by providing them with a first-rate space and team to help present their work. We have a wonderful group of working professionals that share the vision of helping artists succeed that include Eric Cornell, Kim Marie Jones, Dickson Lane, Kate Hyde and Kat Anderagg," he concluded.

The 2018 Participants are

A Fatima - Emily Claire Schmitt

A Forbidden Love - Bital Islam

A Pitch From Satchel Paige - Loren & Jim Keller

Angels at Work - Jerel Armstrong, Makie Armstrong, Paul Johnson

Bacon Clickbait - David Don Miller

Common Ground - Granville Brugess

Dietrich - Cindy Marinangel

Escape from Paradise - Valdaniel Martin

Fat Ladies Aint All In The Circus - Geneva Chapman

Flower of Iowa - Lance Ringel

Furniture - Natalie Lifton

Glitched - Melissa Manney

Happy If Happy When - Kimerer L. LaMothe

Having A Ball With God - David Garrett Shaw

HEDY! The Life & Inventions of Hedy Lamarr - Heather Massie

How Alfo Learned to Love - Vincent Amelio

Inamorata - Frederick Mark Kramer

Jewish, the Musical - Walter J. Kin

Jilted to Perfection - Debra Cook

Law of the Jungle - Sam Downey

Life Or Not - Cayla Berejikian

Look For Me - Liz Schiller

Lost Home Win Home - Shelby Edwards

Oh Happy Dagger - Claire Tyers

Past Perfect - Philip Holt

Patti Did Us In - Patricia Lawler Kenet

Pooch - Scott Eyerly

Quantum Janis - Richard Isen

Queen Kong En Chaine - Dana Block

Selah - Andy Post & Michael Murney

Siren's Den - Rori Nogee

The Big Baby Maybe - Xavier Toby

The Inconvenient Miracle - Ria T. DiLullo

The Kitty Bomb - Kevin Daly

The Mouse on Flight #121 - Daniel Curzon

The Pink Hulk - Valarie David

The Secret - Marshaline Letcher

The Words As Your Offering - Mara Lee Gilbert

Three On A Dime - Eileen Benson

Voyage - Ludovic Coutaud

Why Not Black - Auslin Williams

In addition, this year boasts additional events within the festival including the premiere of an unpublished work of Bernard Pomerance (Tony Award winning author of "The Elephant Man) and other events to be announced.

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