$10 per show
$45 for a full festival pass
Fresh off the sold out run of their mainstage production this past June, EPIC Players presents a neuro-diverse summer playwriting festival. This 3-day play festival will include readings, staged works, and selected scenes from several plays. This is a cumulative project of a semester long playwriting class led by experienced playwrights. This play festival includes a variety of genres, many centered around a neuro-diverse experience and written by playwrights living with neuro-diversities.
July 27 @ 4pm
Job Monologue by Carol Hoverman
Follow carol as she embarks on her journey into the temp world. From data entry into customer service and beyond.
Jesus and Kathy by Jesus Chavez
Boy meets girl and they hit it off. But girl has an ex. How will Jesus handle the love triangle he has found himself in.
Ben and Lisa by Jessy Leppert
Ben Urban, a famous Jazz Singer and TV host from the 1960s navigates his life through fame, love, and music.
Somewhere That’s Green by Samantha Elisofon, Ben Hill, and Ari Sloan
In the movie Little Shop of Horrors, Seymour and Audrey got married and left Skid Row, but the story did not end there. 10 years later, Seymour and Audrey struggle to raise their twins: Steven and Lily, while another dangerous plant is introduced to the Krelborne household. Will Steven be able to resist temptation to feed the plant, or will he end up like his father?