Plain Site Theatre Festival: November 17 and 18

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The fourth annual Plain Site Theatre Festival returns to campus November 17 and 18. The staged readings and productions will take place in the Ted Daigle Auditorium at 7:30 PM. 

Tickets can be reserved by contacting Cost is pay what you can.

The festival, curated by Alex Rioux in partnership with Solo Chicken Productions and Black Box Productions, is New Brunswick’s premier 2SLGBTQIA+ theatre festival dedicated to promoting queer focused storytelling and visibility by providing emerging artists and students a safer space to develop their craft under the guidance of established 2SLGBTQIA+ artists.


November 17 - Staged Readings
7:30 PM, Ted Daigle Auditorium

Year End Reflections
by: James Lockyer
directed by: Sage Chisholm

My Gendered Journey
by: Emma Sisson
directed by: Noah Deas

The Way Some People Love
by: Jordan Comeau
directed by: Noah Deas

Baited: Mondays on Fox
by: Brie Sparks
directed by: Victor Paura


Friday, November 18 - Main Stage Productions
7:30 PM, Ted Daigle Auditorium

A Dinner Party of Two Dishes
by: Ben A. McIntosh
directed by: Lucas Gutierrez-Robert

Was That Really Necessary?
by: Brie Sparks
directed by: Alex Rioux

Coming Into Coming Out
by: Merrit Johnson
directed by: Lisa Anne Ross

Call Me By My Name
by: Ash Noble
directed by: Alex Rioux