Tribeca Film Festival calls Dan Kitrosser’s screenplay for WE THE ANIMALS a “visionary adaptation.”
Rich Rubin is welcoming spring with two projects on the east coast:
HOW NICE OF YOU TO ASK will be part of the Short Shorts 10-Minute Play Festival at Shorefront Theatre in North Carolina on March 3-4.
HAMLET IN HIDING will receive a reading at Celtic Calling in Charleston, West Virginia, on March 4.
Congratulations to Dan! The film he co-wrote, WE THE ANIMALS, won the NEXT Innovator Prize at Sundance and has been acquired by The Orchard (the indie studio partnered with MoviePass)! The film tied for the prize with the other film Dan worked on that went to Sundance, NIGHT COMES ON.
Congrats to Dan on having two movies heading to the Sundance Film Festival in 2018: WE THE ANIMALS (co-writer) and NIGHT COMES ON (script consultant).
Both films were workshopped at the Sundance Film Lab. Have fun in Park City!
Jump into the water November 2 – December 23, 2017, for the world premiere of SWIMMING UPSTREAM at Detroit Repertory Theatre.
Time travel through your city.
11 short plays set in Portland, spanning time from the 1700s to now. Each playwright explores a decade, bringing elements of Portland’s rich history to life. Generously sponsored by Ronni Lacroute.
See Matthew’s THE PERFECT CHILD in the San Francisco Fringe Festival as part of a Twilight Zone anthology, Submitted for Your Approval.
Celebrate creative projects in development at the Ashland New Plays Festival, October 18 – 22, 2017.
Read more on THE GUN SHOW in D.C. in this Washington Post article about the Logan Festival of Solo Performance at 1st Stage.