ANPF 2016 Fall Festival
Thank you for joining us for ANPF 2016!
Immense gratitude goes to our playwrights, actors, directors, underwriters, volunteers, ANPF staff, members, and audiences for making ANPF 2016 such an incredible event.
ANPF 2016 Directors
Kyle Haden for Hazardous Materials
Leah Anderson for The Madres
Kenneth Albers for Oberon Springs
Scott Kaiser for EdanEv
ANPF 2016 Actors
Vilma Silva | Nancy Rodriguez | Joe Guzman | Savanna Padilla | Nolan Sanchez | Rachel Kostrna
Tamra Mathias | Patrick Russell | Kate Berry | Christiana Clark | Truett Felt
Kaitlin J Henderson | Catherine Lynn Davis | Liisa Ivary | Jeremy Gallardo | David Wood | Josiah Polhemus | Kenneth Albers
Paul Juhn | Amy Prosser | Jackie Apodaca | Rafael Untalan | Samuel L. Wick | Connor Bryant
Playwriting Workshop with EM Lewis
ANPF’s Host Playwright EM Lewis, who moderated talkbacks with audiences at the end of each play during ANPF’s Fall Festival, also conducted a playwriting workshop during the festival. Lewis, originally from rural Oregon, is an award-winning playwright, librettist, and teacher, as well as the recipient of the 2016 Oregon Literary Fellowship in Drama.
The workshop – “Who They Are and What They Say” – was held on Saturday, October 22, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
It was $10 at the door, and students reserved their space by contacting Gray McKee at email@example.com.
Thank you, EM Lewis!
Read the Synopses of ANPF 2016’s Winning Plays
View the full synopses of the prize-winning plays on the Bios and synopses page for the 2016 winners.
Oberon Springs looks at the impact of environment on the increasingly poor health of people in a small Missouri town, and a young physician’s struggle over whether to continue her life and medical practice there.
Hazardous Materials examines the course of several lives as investigators sort through the detritus left by an unidentified woman in a Chicago apartment.
EdanEv tells the story of four college friends, reunited in mid-life for a family wedding, and the life-altering decisions each makes about the next chapters of their lives.
The Madres explores the experiences and activism of the Argentine women whose children disappeared during the military dictatorship between 1976 and 1983.