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Off Off Broadway Festival Plays, 42nd Series - Collection / Anthology

Off Off Broadway Festival Plays, 42nd Series

Sarah Hammond, Emily Goldman, Jahna Ferron-Smith, Eric Marlin, Jessica Moss, Amanda Keating, Miranda Rose Hall

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ISBN: PMS0000000279

One of Manhattan's most established play festivals, the Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival fosters the work of emerging writers, giving them the exposure of publication and representation. Winners include Jahna Ferron-Smith, Miranda Rose Hall, Sarah Hammond, Emily Goldman, Amanda Keating, Eric Marlin, and Jessica Moss.

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Time Period - Contemporary

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Professional Theatre, Reader's Theatre, Shoestring Budget, Blackbox / Second Stage /Fringe Groups

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Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival

One of Manhattan's most established play festivals, the Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival fosters the work of emerging writers, giving them the exposure of publication and representation.


The festival resulting in this collection was held August 8 - 12, 2017 at the Classic Stage Company in New York City.


From the initial pool of over 1000 submissions, the final thirty plays were chosen to be performed over a period of one week. A panel of judges comprised of celebrity playwrights, theatrical journalists, and artistic directors nominated one or more of each evening's plays as finalists. The final round was then held on the last day of the festival. Out of these plays, six winners (listed below) were chosen by Samuel French, Inc. to receive publication and licensing contracts: 

Sir. by Jahna Ferron-Smith
What Happened at the Dolphin Show by Miranda Rose Hall
Jack + Jill by Sarah Hammond and Emily Goldman
this movie by Amanda Keating
Brekfast Scene by Eric Marlin
Square Footage by Jessica Moss

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Sarah Hammond

Sarah Hammond

Sarah Hammond grew up in Hong Kong, Belgium, and South Carolina. Honors include Actors Theatre of Louisville's Heideman Award, a MacDowell Colony fellowship, a commission from South Coast Rep, and a residency at the Royal National Theatre. Her work has been seen onstage at Trustus Theatre, City Theatre (Miami), Live Girls (Seattle), Tulsa New Works for Women, the Bay Area Playwrights Festival, ... view full profile

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Emily Goldman

Emily Goldman

Emily GOldman is a New York-based pianist, composer, and writer. She holds an MFA from NYU’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program, and in 2015 she was a MacDowell Fellow in Literature and a Johnny Mercer Songwriting Fellow. Her music has been heard at the Aspen Festival, Barrington Stage, 54 Below, Joe’s Pub, and many other venues. Her stories and poems can be found in december magazine and ... view full profile

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Jahna Ferron-Smith

Jahna Ferron-Smith

Jahna Ferron-Smith is a graduate of Boston University College of Fine Arts. She is a part of the Obie-winning playwriting collective, Youngblood, and her plays have been performed at Ensemble Studio Theatre, the The Flea and UglyRhino Presents: TinyRhino. They include, “Hello, My Name Is”, Tuesday”, and “Salt: A Rom Com. “ view full profile

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Eric Marlin

Eric Marlin

Eric Marlin's work has been produced and developed by Dixon Place, Samuel French, HOT! Festival, Play Date at Pete's, PTP/NYC, Wildclaw Theatre, Manhattan Repertory Theatre, Metro Arts Initiative, the Public Theatre (Bennington College Alumni 24 Hr. Plays), Buffalo United Artists, Between Us Productions and Left Coast Theatre. He was a winner of the Samuel French OOB Short Play Festival (Breakfast ... view full profile

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Jessica Moss

Jessica Moss

Jessica Moss is a performer, writer, and producer from Toronto, Canada. She currently lives in New York City where she is a Lila Acheson Wallace Playwriting Fellow at The Juilliard School. She is the creator/performer of solo shows 'Modern Love' (Next Stage Festival, Toronto), and 'Polly Polly' (Theatre Mischief at Toronto and Edmonton Fringe; Patron’s Pick, Best of Fringe, Ed Mirvish Award for ... view full profile

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Amanda Keating

Amanda Keating

Amanda Keating lives in Brooklyn and is a playwright. Her plays include RETREAT (Ensemble Studio Theatre and Two Headed Rep), TARTUFFE (Two Headed Rep), GO THAT WAY (Williams College Summer Theatre Lab), ROAST (The Plowmen), OF SOLITUDE, and The Cleanup Crew. She is a member of EST/Youngblood, and her short plays have been produced by EST, Serials @The Flea, Tiny Rhino, the Suffield Players, and ... view full profile

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Miranda Rose Hall

Miranda Rose Hall

Miranda Rose Hall is a playwright from Baltimore, MD. Her plays have been produced at Yale School of Drama, Yale Cabaret, Yale Summer Cabaret, the DC Fringe Festival, the Sam French Off-Off Broadway Festival, and by Longacre Lea for the DC Women's Voices Theater Festival. She has developed her work at Baltimore Center Stage, the Kennedy Center/NNPN MFA Playwrights Festival, and PlayFest at Orlando ... view full profile

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