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Chelsea Rep LAB, in association with James Price and The Acting Studio - New York, is proud to present the third annual e-Merging Artists One-Act Play Festival. The e-Merging Artists Festival, which consists of two alternating nights of new plays, gives up-and-coming actors and playwrights the opportunity to showcase their work professionally. The festival's Evening A features seven short plays by four different writers including Impossible Colors by sixteen-year-old India Weston, directed by the Studio's founder James Price, and Lost Love by award-winning playwright Anne Phelan. Evening B will be a production of the longest play in the festival John Wayne's America directed by John Grabowski, resident company director since 1984.

Chelsea Rep LAB is excited to exhibit these new works featuring current students and alumni of The Acting Studio - New York along with other guest artists. Featured actors include Anastasia Tarsinov and Ruddy Santana in Impossible Colors; Tish Brandt* and Monica Cangero* in Lost Love by Anne Phelan; John Zion and Rob Rueda in Nothing Wrong by March Schrader; Leo Farley and Rowdy Montgomery in Pressing by March Schrader; Brandon Reilly and Kaidy Superville in Sitters by March Schrader; Franceso Chen in Under Your Skin also by March Schrader; Robert Siverls and Courtney Williams in Wide Awake by Ravin Patterson whose entry in last season's festival was Monk and the Man; and Bruce Hermann*, Rochelle Slovin, Morgan Beetham, Kyle Silver, Greg Carter*, Lorena Vogue, Wayne Joseph, and William Eismann in John Wayne's America by Michael Aguirre whose play The Mountain King was featured in last season's festival as well. *Denotes members of Actors' Equity.

Discounted tickets may be purchased online at the Chelsea Repertory Company box office at actingstudio.com/tix. Online discounted admission tickets are $15. (Studio members are admitted for $10). Performances for Evening A (seven shorter plays) are December 4, 12, & 13th at 8 PM;  a Saturday matinee Dec. 6th at 3 PM, and a Sunday evening performance on Dec. 7th at 7 PM. Evening B performances of John Wayne's America are at December 5, 6 & 11 at 8 PM; and matinees on December 7 and 13th at 3 PM.
Discounted tickets ($15.) and festival 2-EVE passes ($24.) may be purchased with a credit card at the online box office only.
Tickets at the box office door are $18. (cash only). Box office opens 45 minutes before curtain time.



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