15 Jun Tickets Now Available
The wait is over! You can now buy tickets for our 42nd Annual OOB Festival.
You can see our Final 30’s incredible work live from August 8 through August 12 at Classic Stage Company’s East 13th Street Theatre. Each play will have its moment in the spotlight throughout the first four nights; there will be an after-party after each one where you can meet the F30 and our judges will decide who will advance to the Saturday Finals. After the Saturday Finals six plays will be chosen to be published and licensed by Samuel French.
Tickets are $18. But, if you want to see all thirty plays, then you should consider the Festival Pass. Pass holders can see the first eight sessions between August 8 and August 11 for $72 total. That’s a 50% discount per session! This pass does not include the Saturday Finals.
Tuesday, August 8
6:30pm – Singularity by Alex Flanigan, Eyes Full of Pornography by Michael Ross, Sad 2 AM Sex Fantasy by Seamus Sullivan
8:30pm – Panel Discussion by Jack Novak, Stiletto Envy by Eliana Pipes, Breakfast Scene by Eric Marlin, Square Footage by Jessica Moss
Wednesday, August 9
6:30pm – F4 by Elin Hampton, this movie by Amanda Keating, SIR by Jahna Ferron-Smith, Romance at the Shoe Factory by Gillian Beth Durkee
8:30pm – The Grievance Club by Rendah Heywood, Young Women of Valor by Shara Feit, The Great Parade of Upper Kennington by Dimon de Carvalho, Associates in Communications by Julia Doolittle
Thursday, August 10
6:30pm – THE VIEW FROM UP HERE by Marco Calvani, The Presentation by Deb Heitt, The Holes in Human Flesh by Caitlin Turnage, Desk Fort by Annette Storckman
8:30pm – Jack + Jill by Sarah K Hammond and Emily Goldman, The Blue by Brough Hansen, Registered by Drew Lewis, The Spotted Gentleman by Erin Mallon
Friday, August 11
6:30pm – Everyday: A Subway Romance by Geoffrey Goldberg and Joseph Olson, Morker by Rosie Kellett, Green Dot Day by Carey Crim
8:30pm – Launching by Nancy Lucia Hoffman, The Shark Play by Miranda Jonte, Latch by Tom Mularz, What Happened at the Dolphin Show by Miranda Rose Hall
See you in August!