GRAFFITI MIX ARTS COLLECTIVE
2nd Annual One Act Plays Festival 2014
Concordia College, Edmonton
July 11 – 13 (dress rehearsal and three performances)
Each performance presents 4 plays
Auditions at Concordia College (exact location to be advised)
Scripts available for cold read; have 1 – 2 minute monologue ready
Wednesday, March 19 – 4 pm – 7 pm
Sunday, March 23 – 2 pm – 4 pm
By Brittni Ann Carey
Debt is a realist one act exploring the societal frustrations and hidden tragedies of two people coming to terms with the attempted suicide of a mutual friend. Roland is a musician who has been evicted from his apartment. Connie is a student whose guilt is preventing her from pursuing her studies. Both will have to somehow hold up under the various debts that weigh down their lives and their hopes for the future, which may only be possible through reconciliation.
Looking for: 1 female (college age); 1 male (college age)
By Nicole Companyitsev
A comedic fantasy about a young man living with an unusual medical condition: constantly pursued by a mysterious, invisible person who is narrating his life. To complicate matters, his potential girlfriend might be a cultist. Perhaps it’s the solution to his problems.
Looking for: 1 female (college age); 1 male (college age); 1 variable (ideally male, any age)
By David Haas
A young man in 2014 Edmonton meets a young lady in 1964 Victoria – inside an unusual cafe which bridges 50 years and 600 miles. She’s aware of the time/space jump; he isn’t. Then there’s that ground breaking novel he thinks her grandmother of identical name wrote.
Looking for: 1 female (early 20s); 1 male (early 20s); 1 variable (any age but ideally late 20s to mid 30s)
By Zach Supina
A comedic fantasy about Digit, a faerie who is deeply passionate about videogames. When she decides she is going to create the ultimate hack of her favourite 16-bit RPG, her chaotic magic yields some unexpected results: The game’s protagonist, Isaac Shadowleaf, becomes sentient.
Looking for: 2 males (one college age, one any age); 1 female (college age)
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Zach Supina at [email protected] or 780-461-2926