The Dare Tactic Presents FACTOREEE WORKSHOP

By: Feb. 04, 2019
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The Dare Tactic Presents FACTOREEE WORKSHOP

One show, six one acts. The Dare Tactic's FactorEEE Workshop features the work of 6 playwrights developing short-form plays.

FactorEEE Workshop One Acts will take place February 15 at 5pm & 9pm and February 16 at 1pm, 5pm, 9pm at WOW Cafe Theatre. Tickets are available at

The line-up includes:

By Amara Janae Brady
Directed by Gineiris Garcia
Mia, our cute, but awkward protagonist wants to give her new boyfriend the best sexual experience of his life, but things don't go quite as she planned. It's a play about the people we love and what happens when we can't make everything perfect for them.

it's a blur
By Brennan O'Rourke
Directed by Salome Egas
Two femme queers meet after chatting on grindr, begin to discuss their experiences with sexual violence and lean on each other in attempts to heal and move on.

Moth Monk by Taylor Dodd Geu
Directed by Vinny Eden Ortega
A young man and a monk meet on the last ferry leaving their homeland. They fall in love, even as the world begins to fall apart around them.

An American Variety
By Joey Donnelly and Frankie DiCiaccio
Directed by Frankie DiCiaccio
'An American Variety' is a multi-character, one-person narrative cabaret. It chronicles a year in the nation's newest reality-talent-competition, "The Great American Variety Show."

The Last Blueberry on Earth
By Gage Tarlton
Directed by Ashley Malafronte
In a futuristic world, the only thing keeping everything from going to shit is a single, special blueberry - the last blueberry. But Martha wants it.

By Dominique Rider
Directed by Robert Malbrough
"Whenever two or more are gathered togethered, there too shall I also be."~ White People.

Complete casting to be announced.

FactorEEE is a project based program that provides time, space, and mentorship to early career generative theatre artists. This initiative utilizes The Dare Tactic's three E's methodology of new play development. Explore: dedicated rehearsal time and space, Experiment: resources to investigate and try new things, and Exposure: the opportunity to share the work with the public.

Of the program playwright Gage Tarlton notes, "I've chosen to workshop my piece with The Dare Tactic because of their dedication to representing the underrepresented and their commitment to providing a safe space that encourages risk. Without the freedom to fully explore the world of a piece, it is impossible to know the endless possibilities that could arise from it.

The Dare Tactic is a non-profit theatre company dedicated to staging innovative, original works by underrepresented voices. The Dare Tactic focuses on bridging the gap between academic studies and early-career opportunities by providing a platform for emerging artists to create, explore, fail, and experiment in a safe, supportive environment.

Leadership at The Dare Tactic includes Quentin Madia (Executive Director), Vinny Eden Ortega (Artistic Director), Ryan McCormick (Administrative Director), Bleu Zephra (Associate Producer), Caroline Duffin (Co-Technical Director), Merrill Peterson (Co-Technical Director), Lauren Pelaia (Administrative Assistant), Ashley Malafronte (Artistic Associate), Griffin Schmackpfeffer (Director of Photography), McLain Powell (Administrative Assistant), and Katie Cozzi (Graphic Design).


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