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In honor of tax day, we are giving you an EXTENSION! We are now accepting script submissions through MAY 15th. Don’t stress Bay Area playwrights. You still have time to submit your one act play to be considered for the … Continue reading
The 2014 Bay One Acts Festival script submission window is now open through April 15th! Click here for more info.
We Are Thrilled to Announce the 2013 Bay One Acts Festival Plays and Directors for Programs One & Two! BOA PROGRAM ONE Custom Made Theatre Co Modernizing the Afterlife by Tracy Held Potter Directed by Katja Rivera Do it Live! … Continue reading
Check it check it check it oooouuuuuut….. Big thanks to Colin Johnson for putting this together and to all BOA participants for putting together a heckuva festival!
BOA 2012 is pleased to announce our Spotlight Series! Come to the show and stay afterwards to hear from the playwright, director and cast of the individual shows. Schedule below: Thursday, Apr 26th 8:00p Program 2 Performance Spotlight: DEATH TO … Continue reading
BOA is stoked to announce the Program Line-Ups for this year’s Festival. They are: PROGRAM 1 Cello by Anthony Clarvoe Directed by Jill MacLean Produced by Playwrights Foundation The Seagull Project by 11th Hour Ensemble Directed by James Mayagoitia and … Continue reading
New works by Bay Area playwrights Stuart Eugene Bousel, Erin Bregman, Christopher Chen, Anthony Clarvoe, Megan Cohen, Bennett Fisher, Sam Leichter, Ken Slattery and new devised pieces by 11th Hour Ensemble and Ragged Wing Ensemble. SAN FRANCISCO, CA, February 13, … Continue reading
An Interview between BOA X Dramaturg Ignacio Zulueta and playwright Sharif Abu-Hamdeh (Canary Yellow, Program 2). Being a dramaturg is somewhat like being an editor: one gets to focus on the writing and the writer, rather than the audience or … Continue reading
An Interview between BOA X Dramaturg Ignacio Zulueta and playwright Megan Cohen (A Three Little Dumplings Adventure, Program 2). Being a dramaturg is somewhat like being an editor: one gets to focus on the writing and the writer, rather than … Continue reading