Samuel French Bookshop’s 1st Annual Summer Shorts Series!

We at Samuel French love short plays, and it’s come to the point that our staff was no longer satisfied with just one short play festival. So, our friends at the Samuel French Bookstore in Hollywood are now hosting their first Annual Summer Shorts Series!

Between today and next Friday our bookstore will be presenting twenty-eight new original short plays in their Green Room. And did I mention that admission is free?!

If you’re in the Los Angeles area , please stop by the bookstore any time today, July 22nd, or next Friday, July 29th, between 12pm and 5pm. In case the invitation to see new work for free isn’t enticing enough (Really?), here’s their full schedule:

July 22nd
12:15 – Be Prepared by Brittny Roberts
12:30 – In the Moment by Dan March
12:40 – Stuck by Stephanie Jaramillo (aka Jade)
1:00 – The Chaotic Good by Andrea Garcia (aka Rogue)
1:30 – Stak by Stacy D. Tanner
1:45 – Tango and Love by Elisa Manzini
2:15 – Street Light by Jordan Rodriguez
2:45 – 2:00am by Roxie Sarhangi
3:00 – Library Research by Mona Deutsch Miller
3:20 – Drinks & Diamonds by Brittny Roberts
3:40 – You Can’t Be Here by Robert Watson
4:00 – Airport Gate Seven by Dianne Williams
4:20 – Not About The Money by Amy Tofte
4:40 – California Here We Come by Allie Costa

July 29th
12:15 – The Last Door by Brittny Roberts
12:30 – Stage Mothers #11 by Chambers Stevens
12:40 – Things That Mattered by Elin Hampton
1:00 – The Field of Least Resistance by Kyle Monaghan
1:30 – My Prison Lament of Discontent by George Fain
1:45 – In the Dream House by Kitty Lindsay
2:15 – The Jeopardy Curse by Linda L. Rand
2:45 – Shanghaied by Lolly Ward
3:00 – Valentine at the Titanic by Linda L. Rand
3:20 – Icons by Tom Cavanaugh
3:40 – The Field by Tom Cavanaugh
4:00 – A Taste of the Future by Allie Costa
4:20 – Looking Foreclosure by Allie Costa
4:40 – To Like or Not To Like That Is The Question by Kathleen King

Now that we’ve definitely caught your interest and stirred your short-play appetite, you can find out more about the series at the Samuel French Bookstore’s Facebook page.  Or, you can head over to 7623 Sunset Boulevard and hear all about the new series directly from our staff. (You can even buy some plays while you wait for the show to begin!)