“We’re good,” said longtime BDT Stage Artistic Director Michael J. Duran. “But good is not good enough.”
Jessica Wood, Gabrielle Moore and Kendra Knapp will have their works read at the 2016 Colorado New Play Summit.
“Mahdi” is a fictional story centered around the current Syrian civil war, focusing on a group of Syrian nationals fleeing their country.
The struggles of LGBTQ+ teens is the heart of “Home in the Garden,” which follows two boys who find love at their Catholic school.
In a play told through text messages and chat rooms, “Sonder” looks at how technology both brings us together and separates us.
“Empty Space” is about the difficulties of living in small-town America and falling in love with the wrong person.
Her play is inspired in part by tug-of-war with the criminal justice system over more than 20 years.
“Black and Blue” explores change and how a friendship teaches Liz and Allyson to let go of the familiar and take in the new.
‘Divinity of Hell’ follows a teenage girl who struggles to fit in at her strict church, but she still feels the need to help others,…
‘Daffodil’ tells the story of rebirth and new beginnings at the most commonplace of places: a restaurant.