FALL 2020 VIRTUAL SEASON
WHOSE SHOW IS IT ANYWAYS?
Whose Show Is It Anyways is our semesterly Improv show. The cast includes members from all of the different comedy and improv groups on campus, BFAs, BAs, Film kids, a token poly-sci major, and more posing the question, Whose Show is it?
365 WOMEN A YEAR PLAY FESTIVAL
NOVEMBER 20, 2020
White Mouse’s 4th annual 365 Women a Year festival is an event dedicated to telling the untold stories of forgotten women in history. The 365 Women a Year Project was founded in 2014 and has grown into an international enterprise, with festivals being hosted in London, Spain, and all across the United States. This year, our 365 Women a Year Play Festival will be composed of ten-minute plays performed consecutively produced fully online with each one breathing a new life into the stories of women who are often overlooked, forgotten, or ignored.
PLAYWRITING FELLOWSHIP STAGED READING
DECEMBER 2, 2020
PLAYWRIGHT: DANIELA RODRIGUEZ
Our Playwriting Fellowship is a year-long partnership designed to help develop a new original work from the selected applicant. The selected piece will be workshopped for a staged reading towards the end of the fall semester. Immediately after the reading, the floor will be open for a dialogue between the playwright/production team and the audience to receive feedback and suggestions to further improve the play for a spring performance.
THE ADDING MACHINE
Zero is your average American man. He's been working as an accountant for 25 years. He hates his wife. They throw dinner parties for their friends. He flirts with a woman at the office. He's trying to quit smoking. But when he finds out he's been fired and will be replaced by an adding machine, an unspeakable act of violence leads Zero on a journey that will make him question his role in the universe, and if he himself is just another adding machine
NEWS ROOM PODCAST
Release Date-- January 1, 2021
A new and original sitcom-styled podcast centered around a group of college students who ban together to create a news show for their school, Headford University. Calling their news organization Head-to-Head News, The characters of the show must balance college life with their responsibilities in the newsroom while also trying to compromise between each one’s zany personality. Can they successfully navigate through problems and work together to make the show a hit? Or is Head-to-Head News doomed to fail? Either way, hilarity is ensured.