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GREENHOUSE 2024: Jars

Friday, May 17, 2024
Event Time 07:00 p.m. - 08:30 p.m. PT
Cost Free
Location The Lab, Creative Arts Building 104
Contact Email asussman@sfsu.edu

Overview

The Creative Writing Department and Theatre Arts Department present GREENHOUSE 2024, the annual Greenhouse Reading Series festival of staged plays by M.A./M.F.A. Playwriting candidates in the Creative Writing Program. There will be five readings across the week in The Lab theater located in the Creative Arts Building. We hope to see you there!

      Jars 
      by Marina Lee
      Directed by Ciera Eis

      Mother made all of us in her image...

      Jars is about a wonderful new procedure that makes pesky children perfect. Marianne Marticken is a sad, sad girl who grows up to be a happy, happy human woman by using said procedure. As she celebrates an important milestone in her very, very successful real estate career, some things start leaking through the cracks and startling her coworker. Determined to fix everything, Marianne must soon face her greatest fear. Jars is also about mother-daughter relationships and fairytales and home decor and also storybook blood zombies.

       

      Greenhouse Reading Series

      • Monday, May 13Memories by Ben Zingos, Directed by Ely Sonny Orquiza
      • Tuesday May 14Gender Studies by Joshua Graves, Directed by Kieran Becia
      • Wednesday, May 15Saffron Stain by Ferdos Heidari, Directed by Hasti Jafari 
      • Thursday, May 16Glue by Lynn Mari, Directed by Adam L Sussman
      • Friday, May 17Jars by Marina Lee, Directed by Ciera Eis

      Upcoming Events

      Wednesday, May 22, 2024