Voices of NOTE
Voices of NOTE
Voices of NOTE is Theatre of NOTE’s new workshop series where we gift writers with 20 hours to develop existing work, create new work, or simply play around with a bunch of game NOTE actors!
Up next: Phinny Kiyomura’s Honest Talk for Serial Liars.
Past works include Susan Ferrara’s Frank, Nicole Gabriella Scipione’s I Took a Vow, Hand Over Belly, Cris Eli Blak’s Between Dog and Wolf, and Larry Powell’s REALNESS.
Past Voices of NOTE
by Larry Powell
The Legendary Ballroom Scene meets the Classical Acting Technique Program in a story about a young artist on the search for authenticity and realness… in his craft and on the runway.
Directed by Larry Powell
Featuring Kamal Bolden, Thaddeus Fitzpatrick, Faith Imafidon, Susan Louise O’Connor, Larry Powell, Justin Sams, and Galin J. Williams
Produced by Josh Odsess-Rubin & Erin Scerbak
Stage Managed by Josh Odsess-Rubin & Samantha Squeri
BETWEEN DOG AND WOLF
by Cris Eli Blak
High school friends Blake, Patrick, and Mara reunite at a hotel the day before their 10-year reunion. Forever traumatized by the school shooting that took place their junior year, the three try and fail to relive painful memories and heal broken friendships.
Directed by Rondrell McCormick
Featuring Diosiq Burné, Alexis DeLaRosa, and Jenny Soo
Produced by Julie Lanctot
Stage Managed by Samantha Squeri & Julie Lanctot
I TOOK A VOW, HAND OVER BELLY
by Nicole Gabriella Scipione
A Black woman and man have a first conversation over tea set up by their former therapist, where they pull questions from psychologist Arthur Aron’s 36 Questions That Lead to Love and internally battle if answering them honestly is worth the risk. What happens when both people are listening? Is Black love an act of resistance?
Directed by Andi Chapman
Featuring Ahmad Dugas, Michelle Hilyard, and Pamela Shaddock
Produced by Faith Imafidon & Nicole Gabriella Scipione
Stage Managed by Ren Westbury
With Sinatra’s “My Way” playing on an endless loop, Billie stands in the darkness of her father’s wake waiting to leave and grab a burger, but a box full of letters from the prisoner her father loved has her stumbling toward the light. A dark comedy about grief, family secrets, friendship and forgiveness.
Directed by Kevin Earley
Featuring Doug Burch, Julie Ann Emery, Linda Graves, Christopher Neiman, Susan Louse O’Connor, and Gabby Sanalitro
Produced by Susan Louise O’Connor & Josh Odsess-Rubin
Stage Managed by Samantha Squeri