11th Annual 10-Minute Play Program
directed by Ebony Noelle Golden
By Cyrus Aaron
Things are heating up outside, and two middle-aged men take a familiar spot in their neighborhood and shoot the breeze. They must face the fact that everything around them is changing, drastically, but the one thing they intend to keep is their perspective.
One Morning Soon
By Niccolo Aeed
“One Morning Soon” is about what happens after a Messiah is killed. It follows a community of believers as the messiah's religion grows and twists and changes. It's a play for anyone who wonders: why hasn't God saved us yet?
By Natyna Bean
During the first night in her new home, Naya discovers how easily a little distance can create a huge impact. When she finds herself arrested by the sudden shifts of someone she previously believed to know even better than herself, she is faced with the conundrum of whether or not she is willing - or able - to get to know this newfound stranger.
Maya and Rivers
By Tyler English-Beckwith
Maya and Rivers are from a dead earth in search of a new life. They find it together, on the moon.
If Men Were Flowers
By Jay Mazyck
Three flowers and a tree have noticed that the plants in their garden has been decreasing in numbers. As their vitality is put into question, they realize their sweet Gardner, Dalia, is hiding a truth that will shake the very ground they call their home.
By Deneen Reynolds-Knott
Two pregnant women navigate bedrest and broken expectations in a hospital's Antepartum Unit.
I Wish I Could P. (Pay It No Mind)
by Mario (Mars) Wolfe
Ariel and Jamil consider the next steps in their future, while Marsha P. Johnson shepherds the lost back home.