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2g, an Asian American theater company devoted to developing new works, is launching its first national 10-Minute Play Fest, Free Range.
2g, an Asian American theater company devoted to developing new works, is launching its first national 10-Minute Play Fest, Free Range.
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2g (Second Generation Productions), a theater company devoted to strengthening the Asian American theater community by developing new works, is producing its first annual 10-Minute Play Festival, "Free Range". Last month, we put out the call for brand new plays by Asian American playwrights and we found some exciting new voices. We need your help in raising $500 to support the playwrights, actors, and artists in presenting these exciting 7 new works in November. Any additional support above our $500 goal will help us to provide commission to playwrights of 3 of the most promising plays to be turned into full-length staged readings this spring. Thank you for your consideration!

Tickets to Free Range are free of charge!! Here's the info:

Free Range, 2g's First Annual National 10-Minute Play Festival

The plays:
"Redbird" by Jim Yang
"The Duties and Responsibilities of Being a Sidekick" by Eric "Pogi" Sumangil
"Furball" by Susan Soon Hee Stanton
"The Joke" by Miyoko Conley
"Mermaids" by Jessica Huang
"Add Like Poke Tag" by Boni B. Alvarez
"Don Quixote at Tienanmen Square" by Daniel Ho

Location:
Clemente Soto Velez (CSV) Cultural Center, 107 Suffolk Street NYC http://csvcenter.org/

Dates and Times:
Friday, November 19th at 8pm
Saturday, November 20th at 3pm & 8pm

ATTENTION DONORS: To thank you for your support of Free Range, 2g is hosting two donor receptions at CSV following each 8pm performance. At this event, we will feed you dumplings and alcohol and give you the opportunity to rub elbows with the talented artists from the show.
We would love for you to join us! Please see the Donor Rewards for more details.

LEARN MORE! INFORMATION ABOUT 2g AT WWW.2G.ORG

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    At the $50 or more level, you will receive a thank you email, program signed by the cast, an invitation to our donor reception on either Friday, November 19th or 20th, free dumplings, 2 drink tickets to redeem the beverage of your choice, "Making Tracks" CD** and donor recognition on 2g website and program.

    ** "Making Tracks", a production that helped to launch 2g, tells the tale of a young Asian American rock musician who journeys through six generations of his family’s history to understand his family’s long labor to find a voice in America. With lyrics and book by Tony award winner Brian Yorkey ("Next to Normal"), the musical inspired audiences in New York, Seattle, San José, California, Singapore, and Taiwan from 1999 to 2005.

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