Eclectic 10-minute plays touch on a wide range of subject matter—from transgender identity to mortality.
Students in FRCC’s theatre program will perform the first-ever productions of six new 10-minute plays—written by students from the college’s playwriting classes. Come be one of the first audiences to watch these dynamic, creative new plays.
“This is an incredible evening of thought-provoking entertainment,” says theatre instructor Dana Formby. “These are plays I’m sure you’ll see more of. One of them, in particular, has real ‘legs,’ meaning other theatres will produce it.
“This brilliant play is about a transgender man haunted by his past. The female identity he tried to be when he was young—to appease his family (and society)—is a ghost that haunts him. It is spectacular.”
This eclectic collection of 10-minute plays—written in the spring 2022 playwriting class at FRCC—features the work of six student playwrights from the college’s campuses in Longmont, Westminster and Fort Collins. “FRCC’s theatre department is honored to produce these works,” adds Formby.
Join us as we reclaim the Performing Arts Studio stage at FRCC’s Larimer Campus for these new works written and performed by FRCC students, and directed by FRCC theatre instructor Dana Formby.
October 27 – November 5
Thursday and Friday evenings at 7:00 PM—October 27, 28 and November 3, 4
Saturday matinees at 2:00 PM—October 29 and November 5
FRCC’s Larimer Campus
4616 S. Shields Street in Fort Collins
Red Cloud Peak building, Studio 106
We strongly encourage attendees to wear a mask inside our buildings.
Tickets at the Door:
(cash or check only)
Group reservations are available. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT THE PLAYS
Statues by Christa Jaber-Hill
After Blythe and her husband Remi move to the suburbs to escape city life, she begins questioning her marriage and their move after noticing an unsettling trait about their neighbors.
The College Advisor by Joe Brucker
A nontraditional student at Lower Pinnacle Community College is mistaken for an advisor and goes along with the charade while interacting with two eccentric younger students.
A Game of Life and Death by Maggie Schleppy
When Signe and her best friend, Kolette, are given the opportunity to live forever, they discuss the ups and downs of immortality and mortality over a game of chess to determine whether they will live eternal or impermanent lives.
This Haunting Red by Mitchell Hartcroft
Haunted by a powerful poltergeist, Luke Rosemont enlists the help of two paranormal experts who, refusing to take him at face value, may just convince him that there are things scarier than his past self.
Please Pass the Cheese by Nazario Ph. Caceres
At home from college on break, Kidd wants her overprotective parents to stop micromanaging her in this absurd comedy that rips at the seams of its own reality.
Trauma Team 6 by Shane Tavares
In an overpopulated post-apocalyptic world, Tessa joins a team of rescue workers forced to make morally tough decisions that cost people their lives. Over dinner with her team on her first day, she questions the nature of their lives.
About Front Range Community College
FRCC offers more than 100 degree and certificate programs from locations in Boulder County, Larimer County, Westminster, Brighton, and online. FRCC is a member of the Colorado Community College System.
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The Colorado Community College System (CCCS) is the state’s largest system of higher education, serving 138,000 students annually at 13 colleges and 39 locations across Colorado. Our open access mission ensures all Coloradans who aspire to enrich their lives have access to quality higher education opportunities.