A New World Premiere Play by Audrey Cefaly
Choose-Your-Own World Premiere!
April 24 – May 17, 2020
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY | 7:30pm
FRIDAY & SATURDAY | 8:00pm
SATURDAY & SUNDAY | 3:00pm Matinee
We have one talented writer and three topics – now you have to choose!
That’s right… Eagle Theatre is putting the fate of our New World-Premiere in the hands of our Eagle Family! Three separate subject matters will be announced and voted by our Season Passholders. The winning subject will be the exciting new backdrop of our upcoming World Premiere!
Once the topic has been determined, playwright Audrey Cefaly will write and develop this World Premiere production for the Eagle Theatre. Read more about the talented Audrey Cefaly below!
Join us for this once in a lifetime opportunity to hold the power of the pen.
About Audrey Cefaly
Audrey Cefaly’s plays include The Gulf (Lammy Award, Edgerton Award, Samuel French OOB Fest Winner, Charles MacArthur Award Nominee); Alabaster (2019 NNPN Rolling World Premiere, 2018 NNPN Showcase, David Calicchio Emerging American Playwright Prize, BAPF Semifinalist); Maytag Virgin (Women’s Voices Theater Festival); The Last Wide Open(Cincinnati Playhouse commission); The Story of Walter (adaptation of her podcast by the same name); and Love is a Blue Tick Hound (a collection of award-winning one-acts).
Cefaly has developed plays with the National New Play Network, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Signature Theatre, Serenbe Playhouse (New Territories), Aurora Theatre, Florida Rep, Theater Alliance, Quotidian Theatre Company, University of Alabama – Birmingham, and Contemporary American Theater Festival. She is published by Samuel French, Smith & Kraus (two volumes of Best American Short Plays), and Applause Books.
Talk Back/Please Touch
Talk Back Sessions will take place on the first and third Thursdays of each run.
Talk Back Sessions directly follow a particular performance, focusing on specific topics relevant both to the piece being produced and those viewing it. These fun and informative discussions feature the director, and cast of the production fielding questions and comments from audience members.
A Please Touch Performance will take place on the final Thursday of the show’s run.
A Please Touch Performance allows patrons, through the guidance of our staff, the opportunity to walk on stage, touch props, scenery and gain a new perspective on what it takes to create theatre magic.