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Publish Date: Wed, 06 May 2020 16:17:00 -0800

Crafton Hills College Theatre Program Presents New Works 2020 "In the Beginning"

The show must go on! Crafton Hills College Theatre Department is presenting a New Works Festival “In the Beginning” virtually on Saturday, May 9 from 2 p.m. until 10 p.m. PST.

The festival will be presented live on Youtube at in four time blocks with short breaks between each block. All performances range from six to 27 minutes and will be performed live. 

Block 1 will begin at 2 p.m. and last until approximately 4 p.m. It will contain the following performances:

  • Reservation by Ronald Garbin, dir. Patrick Brien (25:00)
  • Conference on the Mound by Tim Lehnart, dir. Samantha Bloom (12:00)
  • Void by Zach McConnell, dir. Daniel Stuard (14:00)
  • Yggdrasil by Jeff Dunne, dir. Samantha Bloom (7:00)
  • Magic If by Hannah Barnes, dir. Daniel Stuard (10:00)
  • Setting the Scene by Alex Wilkie, dir. Jocelyn Perez (8:00)
  • Fluent by Chuck Smith, dir. Jackson Bottoff (12:00)
  • The Arrival by Michael Rendino, dir. Jocelyn Perez (12:00)

Block 2 is scheduled for 4-6 p.m., and will contain the following performances:

  • Apple of My Eye by Rich Rubin, dir. Zach McConnell and Robert Remedios (6:00)
  • Descent of a Dog by Murray Brozonski, dir. Tony Baltierra (18:00)
  • Apple by Trevor Suthers, dir. Robert Remedios (13:00)
  • My Heart Will Go On by Bara Swain, dir. Kevin Evans (27:00)
  • Adam and Eve by Robert Wanderman, dir. Robert Remedios (13:00)
  • Zany Planets by Rex McGregor, dir. Jared Diamond (10:00)
  • Gospel According to Bowser by Dan Borengasser, dir. Brian Campbell (10:00)

Block 3 is scheduled for 6-8 p.m., and will contain the following performances:

  • Moving Inventory by Troy Loftin, dir. Kobe Darby (12:00)
  • The Sun, the Moon and Salena by Paul Pasulka, dir. Chriss Martinez (14:00)
  • Sounds From the Merry Go Round by Stephen Stewart, dir. Jackson Bottorff (25:00)
  • Maker by Bethany Dickens, dir. Hannah Barnes (11:00)
  • How Grandma Met the Rat Pack by Greg Tulonen, dir. Kevin Evans (18:00)
  • Rippled Reflection by Rajapillai Pillai, dir. Ana McNaughtan (9:00)
  • Logical by David Carkeet, dir. Brian Campbell (17:00)

Block 4 is scheduled for 8-10 p.m., and will contain the following performances:

  • Three Point Shot by David Sobel, dir. Amber Valentina Johnson (11:00)
  • Not All Men by Jonathan Wickremasinghe-Kuhn, dir. Zach McConnell and Robert Remedios (8:00)
  • Fred Squad by Bill Brohaugh and Lisa Holt, dir. Shannon Galuszka (20:00)
  • Something to Remember by Carl L. Williams, dir. Frank Minano (9:00)
  • Born Lucky by William K. Hugel, dir. Winston Peacock (20:00)
  • A Less Than Serious Performance by Les Abramowitz, dir. Nicole Cowans (10:00)
  • Trigger Finger by Samantha Bloom, dir. Hannah Barnes (22:00)
  • Henry’s Hope by Margaret Lepera, dir. Joseph Henson (10:00)

We hope you will join the Crafton Hills College theatre department as they present 30 unpublished new plays brought to you virtually in one day of social-distance magic! For more information about the festival, email Paul Jacques For more information about Crafton Hills College, visit