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Neighborhood House Play Festival

Christ Church Neighborhood House

September 10 at 8pm


2022 Fringe Festival

120 min

Pay What You Can

Christ Church Neighborhood House

Wheelchair Accessible


In August 2022, we presented the inaugural version of a short play competition inviting script submissions with the theme of “revolutionary spirit.” This theme elicited an eclectic mix of creative artists using varied mediums. The top plays (selected by the audience) received support from CCNH to cover production costs for the Fringe Festival 2022, plus the use of a fully-equipped Neighborhood House Theater, Rehearsal Space, Technical Assistance, and Publicity.

Christ Church Neighborhood House Program’s mission is simple – to support artists and audiences by providing a platform for the creation and curation of new work. As the Neighborhood House Program evolves, we hope to offer more artistic residency and presenting opportunities that contextualize our unique history and offer space to emerging artists.

For ages 18+

Content Considerations

This performance contains brief suggested language.

 

Health & Safety

Audience members may choose to wear masks at this event, but they are not required. Vaccination cards will not be checked.

 

Credits

 

Executive Director: Barbara Hogue, Associate Director: Hannah Opdenaker, Director of Marketing: Vince Lattuca, Production Manager: Heather Griffin, Sound Designer: Isaiah Price, Lighting Design: Harbour Edney

 

About the Artist

Through Christ Church Neighborhood House (CCNH), Christ Church Preservation Trust supports artists and audiences by providing a platform for the creation and presentation of new work. For nearly two decades, CCNH has facilitated a subsidized rental program for artists interested in using performance spaces in the Christ Church Neighborhood House building (located behind historic Christ Church at 2nd and Market Streets). In recent years, CCNH has begun to commission artists to create site-specific works informed by the rich 327-year history of the Christ Church Campus.

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