Head north for Theatre NOVA’s Michigan Playwrights Festival to hear new works from Michigan writers. The five-day summer festival will feature five new plays, each debuting for one night only. On Wednesday, July 25th, the festival begins with “Sex and Innocence” by Emilio Rodriguez, a story about a Hollywood plastic figurine that comes to life. On Thursday, a past-her-prime actress attempts to revive her career in “Hollywood Lies” by Jackie Sue Salter. On Friday, a retired hospital worker struggles with grief and finances in “Under Ceege” by Jeffry Chastang. On Saturday, a road trip ends with a New Mexico mystery in “Dirt” by Kristin Andrea Hanratty. On Sunday, a teenage runaway comes home in “Dirty Glass” by Micealaya Moses.
July 25-29. All plays begin at 8pm.
$30 for a festival pass, or $10 per play.
Theatre NOVA, 410 W. Huron St., Ann Arbor.
734-635-8450 | Theatrenova.org