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Ingram New Works Festival
Ingram New Works Festival: Nashville’s Annual Celebration of New Plays & Playwrights
The culmination of the Ingram New Works Project, the festival features the premiere public reading of all five new plays developed during the residency. The 2022 Ingram New Works Festival will be November 3rd & 4th, 2022 in TPAC’s Johnson Theater.
Learn more about the Playwrights HERE.
immorality may well be imagined by Matthew Paul Olmos
Friday, Nov. 3
A young mother disregards her own family and pushes through bureaucracy to create a uniquely progressive school. Across town, two kids play hooky at the local park while the adults examine what this new school could mean.
Particularly Meddlesome Ancestors by Deneen Reynolds-Knott
Saturday, Nov. 4
A particularly meddlesome ancestor swears he has found a soulmate for his living great-great granddaughter. To connect the “destined” lovers, he’ll have to overcome generational and philosophical divides to convince other forebears to either help him or get out of the way.
The Ingram New Works Project empowers exceptional new voices to write the stories they are most passionate about. Ingram New Works and Nashville Repertory Theatre provide playwrights with season-long developmental support, travel, lodging, hospitality, networking, and audiences, allowing them to focus on what they do best: creating powerful, necessary, impactful new plays. The three pieces of the Project are the Lab, Fellowship, and Festival. Since 2009, the Ingram New Works Project has supported the development of over 60 new plays. We are the playwrights’ home away from home, powered by Nashville’s authentic and radical hospitality.
Source: Nashville Repertory Theatre
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