$10 per show
$45 for a full festival pass
Fresh off the sold out run of their mainstage production this past June, EPIC Players presents a neuro-diverse summer playwriting festival. This 3-day play festival will include readings, staged works, and selected scenes from several plays. This is a cumulative project of a semester long playwriting class led by experienced playwrights. This play festival includes a variety of genres, many centered around a neuro-diverse experience and written by playwrights living with neuro-diversities.
July 26 @ 7pm
Come on Down by Gianluca Cirafici
Come On Down is about a boy with Autism who loves game shows, especially The Price is Right. The play takes you on his journey to making his dream come true. You will experience his trials and tribulations to make the impossible possible.
Invisible Ties by Amanda DeLalla
Star-crossed lovers. Kabuki theatre. A childless Baker and his Wife. Autism? In Invisible Ties, a young woman on the spectrum dissects her past, present, and future. The world is perplexing, the relationships are complicated, and she may need a little help from Stephen Sondheim just to survive it all.