6th Annual CHICAGO ONE-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL Set for The Den Theatre in May

The CHICAGO ONE-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL (#1MPF) returns with a twist: the sixth annual event will celebrate the works of all women and women-identified playwrights and directors. The marathon evening of one-minute plays by more than 70 of Chicago's established and emerging playwrights and directors will play two nights only, Tuesday, May 3 and Wednesday, May 4, 2016 at The Den Theatre, 1333 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood. Tickets, priced at $18, are currently available at brownpapertickets.com.

The CHICAGO ONE-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL will feature brand new one-minute plays by Erin Austin, Brooke Allen, Samantha Beach, Dani Bryant, Sarah Bowden, Jo Cattell, Amy Crider, Megan Carney, Rachel Claff, EJC Calvert, Barrie Cole, Teagan Walsh Davis, Guadalis Del Carmen, SL Daniels, Skye Robinson Hillis, Juli Del Prete, Kimberly D. Furganson, Brynne Frauenhoffer, Corrie Glanville, Kate Healy, Reeny Hofrincher, Ebony Joy, Chloe Johnston, Rachel Jackson, Laura Jacqmin, Genevieve Lally-Knuth, Beth Kander, Britteney Kapri, Danielle R. Littman, Jenny Lynn, Whitney LaMora, Lynnette Li, Barbara McDonald, Morgan McNaught, Rohina Malik, Maggie Mascal, Lyndee McPeek, Kim Morris, Arlene Malinowski, Cathy Muskett, Enid Muñoz, Laura Nessler, Corbette Pasko, Sarah Price, Coya Paz, Jenna Jo Pawlicki, Kristi Parker-Barhart, Mallory Primm, Jennifer Rumberger, Janna Ross, Cassandra Rose, Diana Slickman, Tiffani Swalley, Jenny Seidelman, Zoe Schwartz, Sheridan Singleton, Sara Sevigny, Jessy Lauren Smith, Lee Stark, Elise Spoerlein, Andi Sharavisky, Leean Kim Torske, Eileen Tull, Maggie Wagner, Dina Walters, Calamity West, Larissa Zageris, Ariel Zetina and more.

Directors include Jo Cattell, Jessica Fisch, Patrice Foster, Sarah Gitenstein, Chika Ike, Charlie McGrath, Diana Raiselis, Alyssa Vera Ramos, Lexi Saunders, Anna Trachtman and more.

"I'm thrilled to continue our partnership with The Den Theatre and embark on a new challenge in this amazing community," comments #1MPF Producing Artistic Director Dominic D'Andrea. "We've had six amazing years working with the Chicago theatre community at-large and being able to change things up and reframe the Festival as a gathering of women identified artists and women's voices seems like an opportunity that is needed - and it feels very right. Chicago has the most amazing cohort of women working in the American theatre and it's exciting to gather them in a forum like the One-MInute Play Festival," adds D'Andrea.

Photo by Juan Carlo Pelayo



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