The T. Schreiber New Works Initiative proudly launches our 2018-2019 season with:
a workshop production of the winner of our 2017-2018 New Works Initiative
WHAT HAPPENED THAT NIGHT by Lia Romeo
Performances are Dec. 7th, 8th,14th, and15th @ 8:00pm Dec 9th,16th @ 3:00pm Arthur@TSchreiber —Ticket info available soon
as well as our first in a series of four staged readings of
IN LOCO PARENTIS by Adam Kraar
Sunday Nov. 18th at 3PM and 7PM in the Arthur @TSchreiber Studio–Ticket info available soon
For audition information click here
For the 2017-2018 Season, we are pleased to introduce the Terry Schreiber New Works Initiative
The T Schreiber Theatre is dedicating our resources to providing writers with the opportunity to hear their works read out loud and in a professional setting, while inviting our audience to join us in informing the development of new plays all season long. New script submissions were accepted from September 1st to November 10th, 2017. Find submission details here.
The fourth reading of the series was “Halcyon Days” by Josh Drimmer, directed by Joan Kane on Saturday, May 5th.
The third reading of the series was ‘What Happened That Night’ by Lia Romeo, directed by Allison Benko on Saturday, January 27th.
The second reading was ‘Ribbon Creek’ by Ed Lopez, directed by Jake Turner on December 2nd, 2017.
The first reading was The Snowmaker, by Aleks Merilo, directed by Terry Schreiber on October 28th, 2017.
“In the dead of winter, a teenage girl’s estranged father unexpectedly takes her to a cabin in the isolated woods of Montana. She doesn’t know where he has been for the last 10 years. And she doesn’t know who he is searching for at night, when he stares out the window, with a sawed-off shotgun by his side. “ -Aleks Merilo