This month we present “Humiliation Play” by Charlie O’Leary, directed by Ann Kreitman. Synopsis: A college freshman plays kinky sex games with an older grad student. A radio journalist attempts to extract a story from a cagey gay escort. Flip a coin, heads or tails, but choose carefully: Loser gets humiliated. Starring– Andrew Lund as Colin Brandon Trevino as Justin Claire Boston as Katie The show is available to listen on: -Spotify -Apple Podcasts -Google Podcasts -Anchor -Breaker -Pocket Casts -Radio Public The House Is Open: A podcast for playwrights and people who like plays, hosted by Colin Mattox. Click here for the Spotify podcast Also, join us for a talk-back discussion about the play! For mature audiences: This play contains adult language, and sexual themes. Join our Facebook page Follow us on...Read More
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You never know what’s out there. The search begins as we take our next journey…with Bigfoot. “Bigfoot Takes a Walk”, by local playwright, Liv Schneider appears in the spotlight on our newest adventure, The House Is Open: A podcast for playwrights and people who like plays, hosted by Colin Mattox. Click here for the Spotify...Read More
Hey playwrights! We all know that this is a weird time for theatre and a doubly weird time for playwrights. However, there is hope! Dreamwell Theatre is looking for new full-length plays by local writers for a theatre podcast. The plays will be performed in an audio drama format for a new podcast hosted by yours truly. Full-length plays (60-90 minutes) of any genre are accepted but please no musicals. Each production will be assigned a cast and director and will include a couple rehearsals of the piece before recording. Hosted by Colin Mattox, each episode of the podcast will feature a full reading of the play and each will have a subsequent talk-back episode with the playwright, cast and director. Send us your plays! We will read them! Send scripts to email@example.com. If you have any questions, feel free to send an email to Colin at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let’s make...Read More
Although Dreamwell prides itself on being a theatre of exploration, we got more than we bargained for with 2020. We said farewell to old friends, and welcomed new ones. We are taking this opportunity to try new things, and hope you will join us. Our current plan is to continue our virtual programming, and will be workshopping more local plays than ever before! Share in the experience, as we explore E-Season: 2020-2021, the year of uncharted...Read More
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