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New Rep, New Voices Theatre Festival

Presented by New Repertory Theatre at The BlackBox, Mosesian Center for the Arts, Watertown MA

May 21 - 28 2022
New Rep, New Voices Theatre Festival

The Cast of the New Rep, New Voices Theatre Festival

New Rep’s first New Voices Theatre Festival will feature three twenty-minute plays written by Ramón Esquivel, Jenna Jane, and Erin Lerch and directed by Jaime Carrillo, Inés De La Cruz, and Naomi Ibasitas.

The festival centers on under represented voices by sharing stories written and performed by artists whose work has not been seen on the New Rep stage before.

AURORA by Ramón Esquivel

The play takes place on an Autumn Night on the The Aurora Bridge in Seattle in 2010.  Kai has come here to end their life, and Halen tries to stop the attempt. We learn that Halen committed suicide in the same spot two years earlier, and has reappeared to support Kai in this time of crisis. This play employs

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ADMISSION INFO

Tickets are $25 for Adults and $10 for Students

Contact: 617-923-8487

Email: tickets@newrep.org

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There will be a 15-minute post-show Q & A with the creative team on Friday, May 27th following the 7:30pm performance.

There will be a reception at 8pm on Saturday, May 28th open to the ticket holders for both the 7pm and 9pm performances.

LOCATION

The BlackBox, Mosesian Center for the Arts

321 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA 02472

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