Vanderbilt Kennedy Center

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University School of Nashville's New Play Festival 2011

Date: September 17, 2011

Time: 7:00PM to 8:30PM

Location: University School of Nashville, 2000 Edgehill Avenue, Nashville

Description

Join SENSE Theatre at University School of Nashville (USN) 2nd Annual New Play Festival.

The Festival includes six new plays by USN student playwrights and one new play from SENSE Theatre called Earworms

Written by Blythe Corbett, Ph.D., directed by Catherine Coke, songs by Blythe Corbett & Tammy Vice

Earworms, set in the 1960s, examines the plight of a mother's desperate search to find a cure for her child's "syndrome"; her encounters with expert doctors lead her nowhere, then she meets a young singer who changes their lives forever.

The Plays: are all different, ranging from comedy to satire to serious drama.

The Evening: three USN plays, Earworms, and then three more USN plays (the last three may be disturbing for viewers under 13).

The Cast: Twenty-nine USN actors and one SENSE actor have been cast in this Festival Event, which will last about 90 minutes!

Tickets $5 Online ticket access starting September 6 at www.usn.org/podium or tickets available at the door.

SENSE Theatre - a Stage of Hope for Children with Autism is a non-profit 501(c)(3) intervention research program. For more information (615) 513-9562 www.sensetheatre.com.

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