Rachel Bublitz

Writer

Apr 3, 2015

READING BABAR IN 2070 in Best of PlayGround 19

Thrilled to announce that my short play READING BABAR IN 2070 is in this year’s Best of PlayGround 19 festival running May 7th-24th at Thick House! I wrote READING BABAR IN 2070 last October for PlayGround’s first collaboration with Sustainable World Coalition! It was presented at Berkeley Rep as well as Stanford for the Planet Earth New Play Festival.

I can also tell you that Rebecca Ennals will be my director! I got to work with her just last weekend for SWANDay in Berkeley, and I’m thrilled to get to work together again. AND, Rebecca will be directing Tracy Held Potter’s play for Loud & Unladylike this summer!

Want to know more about the festival? I knew you did, because it’s not just the 10 minute play fest this year, this year also includes TWO world premiere full-length plays AND readings of commissioned work!

“SAN FRANCISCO, (April 3, 2015) - PlayGround, the Bay Area’s leading playwright incubator, caps off its 2014-15 season with the 19th annual PLAYGROUND FESTIVAL OF NEW WORKS, running May 7-June 14, 2015, at San Francisco’s Thick House. This year’s expanded Festival features more than 44 performances and readings by over a dozen local writers, including: BEST OF PLAYGROUND 19, a fully-produced program of six 10-minute plays selected from more than 180 submissions to the Monday Night PlayGround series; the world premiere of Robin Lynn Rodriguez’s HELLA LOVE OAKLAND (2013 PlayGround Festival selection) and Garret Jon Groenveld’s THE EMPTY NESTERS (2013 PlayGround Festival selection), and staged readings of four bold new full-length plays in development. Individual tickets are $25-$55 and All-Festival Passes (including priority seating tickets to all festival activities) start at $60. Tickets are available through the Box Office at 415-992-6677 or online at http://playground-sf.org/festival. For the complete schedule of performances and readings, visit http://playground-sf.org/calendar.shtml.”

So exciting! Here’s the full-line up of ten-minute plays in this year’s festival:

Reading Babar in 2070 by Rachel Bublitz, directed by Rebecca Ennals

Someone by Genne Murphy, directed by Jeffrey Lo

Preapocalyptica by Erin Marie Panttaja, directed by Katja Rivera

Art and Tech by Kirk Shimano, directed by Jon Tracy

Frankenstein’s Grandmother by Steven Westdahl, directed by Tracy Ward

Cratchit by Davern Wright, directed by Jim Kleinmann

Tickets can be purchased here: http://playground-sf.org/bestof/

And stay tuned! More news about cast and other things coming up!